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Date Posted: Friday, September 18, 2020
Children’s Specialty Group, PLLC (CSG), is seeking a sleep medicine physician to join our growing team of providers. The position offers inpatient and outpatient care for newborn through young adult hood. You will have the opportunity to work with a robust clinical research team in addition to teaching medical students and resident.
The position offers the administrative support of a large multispecialty practice, competitive compensation, and a comprehensive benefits package that includes a 401k plan, profit sharing, health insurance, and professional liability coverage.
The successful candidate must be BC/BE in Sleep Medicine.
We treat patients from southeastern Virginia to northeastern North Carolina, which includes roughly 450,000 children and adolescents. CSG is comprised of over 180 board certified or eligible physicians and 60 advanced practice providers to care for patients throughout the area. We are the sole provider of medical specialty care at CHKD, which is the only free standing children’s hospital in Virginia. CSG is a physician owned group whose mission is to provide direct high-quality healthcare to children and adolescents, train future physicians, and conduct research to improve children’s health. We are committed to providing the best value in pediatric healthcare to our patients, payers, the Children’s Health System and referring physicians.
Date Posted: Thursday, August 27, 2020
FAIRFAX NEONATAL ASSOCIATES, P.C.
2730-B Prosperity Avenue Fairfax, Virginia 22031
Phone (703) 289-1400
To apply: submit resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
A sleep technologist provides testing, diagnostic and therapeutic interventions, comprehensive patient care and direct patient education. The sleep technologist is credentialed in sleep technology and licensed in the state of Virginia.
This is a Per Diem position and the shift is approximately 12 hours long (7:00 pm-7:00 am)
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
• Collect, analyze and integrate patient information in order to identify and meet the patient-specific needs (physical/mental limitations, current emotional/physiological status regarding the testing procedure, pertinent medical/social history).
• Determine final testing parameters/procedures in conjunction with the ordering physician or clinical director and laboratory protocols.
• Select appropriate equipment and calibrate for testing to determine proper functioning and make adjustments, if necessary.
• Follow procedural protocols [such as Multiple Sleep Latency Test (MSLT), Maintenance of Wakefulness Test (MWT), parasomnia studies, PAP, oxygen titration etc.] to ensure collection of appropriate data.
• Document routine observations, including sleep stages and clinical events, changes in procedure, and other significant events in order to facilitate scoring and interpretation of polysomnographic results.
• Successful completion of and accredited educational program leading to a certificate or associate degree with an emphasis in sleep technology or successful completion of a sleep technology program associated with a state licensed and/or a nationally accredited educational facility or equivalent experience and documented proficiency for all competencies required of a sleep technician, OR
• Certification by a nationally recognized certification board and holds either the Registered Sleep Technologist (RST), Registered Polysomnographic Technologist (RPSGT), or Sleep Disorders Specialist (SDS) credential.
• All technologists must be certified in BLS, BCLS or CPR for both adult and pediatric with AED training.
• Sleep technologists must engage in continuing medical evaluation in the field of sleep and must acquire a minimum of 30 CEUs in sleep-related activities over the prior 3 years or 10 CEUs per year.
Physical Demands and Work Environment:
• Requires frequent standing, use of hands to manipulate medical apparatus, and occasional kneeling or crouching.
• Be able to lift and/or move up to 50 pounds.
• Specific vision abilities required to perform this job include close/distance/color/peripheral and depth perception.
• Potential exposure to chemical vapors in cleaning and disinfecting solutions.
Status: Full-time position 12-hour shifts per week, Thursday-Sunday.
Location: Medical office setting, free parking, near Dunn Loring Metro station.
Fairfax Neonatal Associates, P.C. Statement
• Employees of Fairfax Neonatal Associates, P.C. and its divisions and subdivisions are required to participate in annual Compliance Program education and training.
• The Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA) prohibits discrimination in compensation and employment opportunities against qualified individuals with disabilities.
• Fairfax Neonatal Associates, P.C. is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Benefits for full-time to include: medical, dental, vision, life/ADD&D, Disability, PTO, 401(k), EAP.
Date Posted: Tuesday, July 28, 2020
GENERAL SUMMARY: The Sleep Technologist reports to the designated Manager/Director. Under qualified medical performs comprehensive polysomnographic diagnostic and therapeutic services for testing, evaluation, treatment, care, and education of sleep disorders. Maintains accountability and responsibility for the performance and quality of all modalities of Polysomnographic procedures in accordance with the American Academy of Sleep Medicine (AASM) and Registered Polysomnographic Technologist (RPSGT) guidelines and departmental policies. Provides all modalities of polysomnographic procedures for all age groups following established policies, procedures, and regulations (hospitalized and ambulatory patients). Provides patient/family education. Effectively operates equipment. Coordinates and maintains efficient office flow for the visit process, data collection, and documents. Assists with performance improvement, billing, budget, equipment, and design processes related to polysomnography procedures. Assists with overseeing the training of polysomnographic technicians, students, and trainees. Performs other duties as assigned.
Experience, Education, and Training Minimum: Current state licensure as a Polysomnographic Technologist required (VA state regulation effective after 12/31/2015). 1-2 years of sleep study experience preferred. Professional knowledge of Polysomnographic procedures, principles, equipment operations, and maintenance as normally acquired through the completion of an approved training program. Ability to function independently. Interpersonal skills are necessary in order to effectively communicate with patients/families, staff, and physicians. Analytical skills are necessary to effectively detect pathologies based on knowledge of the physiological cause-effect of diseases and clinical procedures. Ability to travel locally. Rotating Shifts may be required. CPR Training required and/or must be obtained within 45 days of hire.
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