Works under the supervision of the Supervisor Sleep Disorders and Pulmonary Center. Provides comprehensive evaluation and treatment of Sleep Disorders to include polysomnography diagnostic and therapeutic services and patient care and education. Must be able to provide care in accordance to AASM gold standards and guidelines for accredited sleep centers.
Riverside began serving the Virginia Peninsula community in 1916. In 1963, Riverside moved to the present 72-acre location in Newport News on J. Clyde Morris Boulevard. A 450-bed facility, Riverside Regional Medical Center is the Virginia Peninsulas most comprehensive medical facility combining the most recent computerized medical technology with a healing environment. The Pavilion is a 250,000 sq. ft., $107 million, 3-story addition to Riverside Regional Medical Center, which opened in 2013. This acute care facility provides a regional cancer care center, the Peninsula regions only comprehensive stroke center, the areas only open-heart surgery program, the regions only Level II Trauma Center, and a cornerstone neurosciences program that includes the Chesapeake, Riverside and University of Virginia Radiosurgery Center.
Education: High School Graduate or equivalent preferred
Experience: Previous experience of one year as a RPSGT preferred.
Licensure/Certification: Registered Polysomnographic Technologist (RPSGT) by the Board of Registered Polysomnographic Technologists
Hours: 7p-7a - some weekends required
About Riverside Health System
Our Mission: To care for others as we would care for those we love, to enhance their well-being and improve their health.
Riverside is a 501c(3) tax exempt, non-profit organization dedicated to improving health and saving lives. Riverside Health System is governed by a voluntary Board of Directors, as is each of the Riverside affiliates throughout the region.
As an integrated health system touching more than 2 million lives each year, Riverside is an economic engine that contributes to the overall quality of life in the communities we serve.
The original charter for Riverside dates back to Dec. 15, 1915. The company began as one hospital, founded by the community and built on a site at Huntington Avenue and 50th Street in Newport News, Virginia. In 1962, the hospital was relocated to the present site of Riverside Regional Medical Center in central Newport News. Since then, Riverside has evolved into a flagship regional medical center with affiliates throughout the region in every aspect of health care.