Travel jobs for Neurodiagnostic Technologists (Technicians or Techs) are available in many areas of the United States, primarily in hospitals, clinics, and sleep labs. Neurodiagnostic Techs perform tests (such as electroencephalograms [EEG], polysomnograms, nerve conduction studies, and magnetoencephalography) that help healthcare providers diagnose and manage conditions of the brain and nervous system. A typical job description for a Neurodiagnostic Tech includes preparing patients for testing, conducting the test, and supporting patients during testing. Those working in the field may specialize, for example, by becoming an EEG Tech or Polysomnography Tech. Sign up and apply for high-paying travel Neurodiagnostic Tech jobs today.
Neurodiagnostic Technologists play an important role in the collection of information to help diagnose neurological conditions in patients. Job responsibilities include operating equipment, obtaining data, answering patient questions about the procedure, and reviewing results with healthcare providers. Neurodiagnostic Techs can earn certification through several organizations, including the Board of Registered Polysomnographic Technologists, Nerve Conduction Association, and ABRET Neurodiagnostic Credentialing and Accreditation. The average annual salary for Neurodiagnostic Techs, EEG Techs, and Polysomnography Techs in the United States is more than $55,000.