Associate Neurophysiologist -- Lancaster, PA
US, US, Field
Minimum Level of Education Required: Bachelors Degree
Percentage of Travel: Up to 50%
Field State: Pennsylvania
As a Neurophysiologist, you will be responsible for real time data collection and interpretation of a patient’s nervous system throughout surgery. In addition, you will establish and maintain open cooperation and communication with the surgical team, which includes informing the surgeon when significant changes occur. Additional responsibilities include pre-operative patient assessments and post-operative billing uploads.
- Interact with surgeons and surgical team to provide interpretive data, which reflects the patient’s neurological status throughout surgery, including any findings and significant changes according to policy and procedure.
- Consult with surgeon regarding structures at risk and modalities to be monitored.
- Interact with patient, when applicable, to obtain a detailed history and clearly explain the neurophysiological tests to be performed.
- Accurate placement of stimulating and recording electrodes using the 10-20 system of electrode placement.
- Display and label waveforms for marking, measuring and calculating information such as latencies, amplitudes and conduction times following established guidelines and protocols.
- Accurately prepare all IOM logs, files and uploads in order to assist the overseeing physician with the final interpretation.
- Participate in post-operative review of monitored surgical cases.
- Maintain equipment in proper working order and conduct monthly maintenance checks. Identify appropriate protocol and perform troubleshooting techniques to assure accurate data collection.
- Deliver services properly and according to Company procedures/standards.
- Represent the Company in a professional and positive matter.
Basic knowledge and understanding of the following:
- Lift and carry up to 50 pounds unassisted: lift heavier loads with assistance.
- Lift supplies and place equipment on supports.
- Ability to bend over to perform certain duties.
- Stand for several periods of time.
- Visual and auditory skills.
- Manual dexterity.
- Wear gloves, masks, gowns and goggles for extended periods of time.
- Ability to perform the essential functions of the job with or without reasonable accommodation
- CNIM Certified preferred.
When applying to this role you will be completing a 15– 20 minute assessment. Please make sure you have enough time to thoughtfully complete the assessment before initiating your application. We look forward to learning more about your qualifications for the role! Thank you for your time.
NuVasive Clinical Services is a leading provider of intraoperative neuromonitoring (IONM) services to surgeons and healthcare facilities, through the acquisitions of Impulse Monitoring and Biotronic NeuroNetwork. Surgeons have enhanced surgical monitoring and oversight capabilities through neurophysiological data gathered via broadband transmission. IONM technology gives those in the operating room real-time insight into the nervous system, which can help surgeons reduce surgical risk by providing critical information and alerts throughout the procedure. This neural function monitoring helps decrease the chance of nerve damage to the patient and promotes patient safety during surgery. NuVasive Clinical Services is expected to serve more than 90,000+ cases annually in the U.S. From over 450 highly trained neurophysiologists in the operating room, to technicians and scheduling staff available 24/7, NuVasive Clinical Services can help support improved clinical outcomes.
NuVasive Clinical Services is a division within NuVasive, Inc., a world leader in minimally invasive, procedurally-integrated spine solutions. From complex spinal deformity to degenerative spinal conditions, NuVasive is transforming spine surgery with innovative technologies designed to deliver reproducible and clinically proven surgical outcomes. NuVasive's highly differentiated, procedurally-integrated solutions include access instruments, implantable hardware and software systems for surgical planning and reconciliation technology that centers on achieving the global alignment of the spine. With $962 million in revenues (2016), NuVasive has an approximate 2,300 person workforce in more than 40 countries around the world. For more information, please visit www.nuvasive.com.
NuVasive is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, or protected veteran status and will not be discriminated against on the basis of disability. The “EEO is the Law” poster options are available here.
NuVasive, Inc. (NASDAQ: NUVA) is the leader in spine technology innovation, focused on transforming spine surgery and beyond with minimally disruptive, procedurally integrated solutions designed to deliver reproducible and clinically-proven surgical outcomes. The Company's portfolio includes access instruments, implantable hardware, biologics, software systems for surgical planning, navigation and imaging solutions, magnetically adjustable implant systems for spine and orthopedics, and intraoperative monitoring service offerings. With more than $1 billion in revenues, NuVasive has approximately 2,600 employees and operates in more than 50 countries serving surgeons, hospitals and patients. For more information, please visit www.nuvasive.com.