Indiana University Health

Neurodiagnostic I FR Technologist Riley Hospital

Riley Hospital

Job Location

Riley Hospital
950 N Meridian St Ste 1200
Indianapolis,IN46204

Department

Riley/IU Neurophysiology

Date Posted

March 24, 2020

Schedule & Shift

  • Rotating
  • Supplemental

Requisition Number

000264120
The Technologist - Neurodiagnostic I provides Neurophysiological testing and monitoring in clinical settings. They accurately apply electrodes to patients and record impulse frequencies and differences in electrical potential between various areas of the brain to obtain data for use in diagnosis of brain disorders. They also document unusual wave characteristics shown on tracings.

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Qualifications for the Neurodiagnostic I FR Technologist Role

  • High School Diploma/GED. Associate's Degree preferred
  • 0-3 years of experience required
  • May require ABRET registry in EEG, EP or CNIM within 24 months of hire or eligibility per the ABRET pathway guide based on department requirements
  • Requires current BLS certification
  • Ability to meet all requirements of laboratory competencies in which a Registry is held
  • Requires initiative towards the application of tests and modifies established protocols to fit patient needs
  • Requires manual dexterity, visual acuity and the ability to concentrate for extended amounts of time under stressful conditions in order to properly and effectively administer Neurophysiological monitoring and testing
  • Ability to recognize neurological comprising conditions and communicate those conditions to assure appropriate actions are taken
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