Obtain a patient's medical history and brief them on the procedure. Operate electromyographic equipment to assist physicians in conducting electrophysiological tests such as nerve conduction velocity, muscle strength and repetitive stimulation. Prepare recordings and reports of findings for physicians to aid in the diagnosis of neuromuscular disorders. Check, calibrate and perform routine maintenance of equipment. Train and supervise student or other electromyography technologists. EMG technologists may move equipment on portable carts to patients' bedsides in wards, intensive care units and operating rooms.
High school diploma or equivalent required.
Associates degree preferred.
One year experience in doctor’s office/hospital environment preferred.
Knowledge of general anatomy and physiology highly preferred.
Medical terminology and general computer skills preferred.
Strong organizational skills and hand/eye coordination/dexterity required.
Ability to demonstrate critical thinking and decision making skills.
Registered EMG Technician required.
Registered R-NCS-T preferred.