Clayton Sleep Institute, an independent sleep laboratory accredited by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine, is currently seeking a full-time overnight Polysomnographic Technologist. Clayton Sleep Institute (CSI) is a sleep center equipped to recognize, diagnose and treat all sleep-related issues. CSI diagnoses and treats the full range of adult and pediatric sleep disorders from sleep apnea to insomnia, restless leg syndrome, periodic limb movement and narcolepsy. This position is for licensed polysomnographic technologists.
Job duties include
Monitor sleep center patients, including attaching sensors to patients
Produce excellent quality polysomnographic recordings and detailed notes of interactions with patients.
Scoring of sleep and respiratory events as well as intervention with PAP therapy.
Care for patient needs during evaluations, including answering questions, assisting in and out of bed, and ensuring comfort
Provide accurate information and act in a courteous, caring and professional manner at all times
Assist with general cleaning duties.
Excellent interpersonal and organizational skills
Good reasoning abilities
Ability to remain awake and alert during overnight hours
Ability to handle multiple tasks simultaneously
Basic computer skills
Minimum High School graduate or equivalent; BA or BS in a related field preferred
Physical ability to lift 40 pounds and assist with lifting patients as needed.
Internal Number: 0421
About Clayton Sleep Institute
Since 2002, the team at Clayton Sleep Institute has been diagnosing and treating a full range of sleep disorders. We provide both In-Clinic & Home Sleep Tests for a thorough evaluation at our headquarters in Saint Louis, Missouri, in the IL areas of Alton, Belleville, and various locations in Southern Illinois as well as in Farmington, Missouri, and Poplar Bluff, Missouri.
In its dedication to provide the very best medicine and science of delivering sleep help to the patients it serves, CSI offers four unique practice areas:
• THE SLEEP CLINICS – CSI currently operates seven Sleep Clinics in four markets. Each one is accredited by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine and provides a diagnosis and treatment for the full range of sleep disorders. CSI operates two branded full service sleep centers, equipped and staffed to test for and treat all sleep-related issues. CSI diagnoses and treats the full range of adult and pediatric sleep disorders from sleep apnea to insomnia, restless legs syndrome, periodic limb movement disorder and narcolepsy.
• THE INSOMNIA CENTER – The Insomnia Center addresses the complexities of the diagnosis and treatment of insomnia. The center has a pr...oprietary process for analyzing and developing a plan of treatment for each individual insomnia patient.
• THE RESEARCH CENTER – The Research Center manages or participates in national sleep research studies for pharmaceutical and medical equipment companies. It also develops investigator-initiated studies for important issues in sleep medicine.
• THE KNOWLEDGE CENTER – The Knowledge Center at CSI leads all of the sleep education and certification programs. Its purpose is to develop patient education programs, professional education programs for physicians, nurses, technologists and respiratory therapists. The Knowledge Center also develops programs for business audiences and outreach to community groups as well as the public.