NCS/EEG Technician

Gilbert Neurology

Gilbert, AZ

  Ensure that assigned patients are prepared for electromyographic tests and that appropriate results are obtained and documented. Look through patients’ files to determine requirements for EMG testing and confer with attending doctors to obtain further information. Prepare patients by providing them with information on what to expect during EMG test procedures and to put their fears to rest. Calibrate and adjust EMG equipment and machines at the beginning of each shift, to ensure that they are working properly. Apply gels on patients’ skins and ensure that suitable electrodes are placed on predetermined measured positions. Measure electrical activity in peripheral nerves in a bid to diagnose neuromuscular disorders. Attach electrodes to electrode cables and connect them to EMG instruments, along with selecting nerve conduction modes. Monitor responses on oscilloscopes and press buttons to record nerve conduction velocities. Measure and record time and distance between stimulation and response and calculate the electrical impulses present in peripheral nerves. Write, document and submit reports on each patients’ response to EMG procedures and tests and ensure that all files and outcomes are confidentially stored. Maintain confidentiality, and protect patient data and test outcomes, according to the policies. Programs (Cadwell and eClinicalWorks) •Full Time, Day Shift, Monday-Friday  •Health/Dental Insurance  •PTO •401k Matching  Submit Resume To:

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Senior Electromyography Assistant (EMG)

Allied Health/Other, EMG Operations, NYU Langone Hospitals

New York, NY

Position Summary:We have an exciting opportunity to join our team as a Sr. EMG Assistant. In this role, the successful candidate Perform or assist in the performance of nerve conduction velocity (NCV) and electromyography (EMG) tests, as directed by the Asst Director of Neurodiagnostics.   Job Responsibilities: Prepares patient for testing. Gathers and sets up equipment and supplies according to established departmental procedures. Calibrates equipment prior to procedure, ensuring its proper functioning for procedure. Interacts with patients by identifying self to patient and verifies identity of patient by checking patient indentifiers. Prepares patient using proper departmental criteria and techniques. Under the direction of the physician, performs nerve conduction testing. Attaches electrodes as appropriate. Generates electrical impulse to stimulate motor response. Completes procedure and assures that all measures have been obtained; removes electrodes from patient and assists patient, as needed. Generates a preliminary measurement report for review by the attending physician. Prepares the patient, and assists physician with EMG testing.   Minimum Qualifications: To qualify you must have a High School Graduate required. Ability to operate EP & EMG equipment. Good communication skills required. Requires physical and manual dexterity needed to lift and support patients and to calibrate equipment.. Required Licenses: Reg Nerve Condctn Technologist, Reg Nerve Condctn Technologist Preferred Qualifications:Bachelors of Science Degree preferred. Two to three years previous experience in clinical neurophysiology laboratory preferred Qualified candidates must be able to effectively communicate with all levels of the organization. Additional infomation, and position application can be found in attached link:

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