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Professional Clinical/Allied Health
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2020-R0286612 Requisition #
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Job Summary / Purpose

Perform standard polysomnography testing as directed according to established practice in accordance with professional standards and accrediting bodies.  Provide patient care/services based on identified needs/development level for all patient populations checked below; care/services may include assessment of individual patient needs; incorporation of age specific characteristics in patient education, communication, and planning; provision of individualized care relevant to patient needs; and recognition, monitoring and provision of interventions as appropriate.  Assure the effective use of unit resources to meet patient’s needs, promote interdepartmental cooperation and problem solving, facilitate the cooperative efforts of the staff group and ensure a safe environment.

Essential Key Job Responsibilities

1.      Complies with safety and emergency procedures.

2.      Complies with Hospital/Department/ Unit policies.

3.      Documents activities consistent with Hospital/Department/Unit guidelines.

4.      Performs critical/frequent procedures/services as they relate to sleep medicine.

5.      Provides care/services based on identified patient needs and/or physician order.

6.      Uses required equipment and is competent using this equipment to provide patient care/services.

7.      Sets up, monitors and maintains noninvasive ventilatory and oxygenation devices; recognizes and corrects malfunctions or inappropriate settings.

8.      Participates in resuscitation efforts and other emergency medical treatments (based upon level of training and scope of practice).  Demonstrates professional responsibility as per job classification.

9.      Demonstrates core values and guest relations service/standards by behavior.

10.  Other duties as assigned by management.




Minimum Qualifications

Required Education (for CHI Leadership Job Levels from Supervisor through President)


Required Education for Staff Job Levels

Associates degree or technical college degree

Required Licensure and Certifications

Registration in PSG monitoring required.  Must has current CPR certification.

Required Minimum Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

Must show annual competencies

PREFERRED Qualifications





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