Career Opportunities with Lake Charles Memorial Hospital

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Careers At Lake Charles Memorial Hospital

Lake Charles Memorial Hospital is committed to investing in the excellence of our employees by providing competitive compensation, professional growth, and exceptional benefits. We strive to foster an employee-focused culture. As a major teaching facility we offer learning and mentoring opportunities as well as programs to promote employee well-being.

We want the most qualified people to be part of our extraordinary team. Whether your objective is to find a career in nursing, information technology, management or clerical, Lake Charles Memorial Hospital has the opportunities you are looking for. Memorial offers its employees medical, dental & vision insurance, flexible spending accounts, retirement options, paid time off, tuition assistance & much more to attract and retain employees.

Join us. Become part of our team. Take a look at our job openings and see all of the inspiring possibilities that await you at Lake Charles Memorial Hospital.

We place a high value on our employees. We attract talented people who thrive in a team environment, recognize the importance of accountability and strive to exceed our patient's expectations.

 


EEG Tech

Department: Sleep Disorders/Neurophysiology
Location: Lake Charles, LA

EEG technicians use specialized equipment to monitor the brain activity of patients.  An electroencephalogram or electroencephalograph (EEG) technician uses specialized equipment that monitors brain activity to perform electroencephalographic procedures on patients. These procedures assist with diagnosing disorders of the brain.  A minimum of a high school diploma or equivalency is required, along with experience in the field. EEG technicians assist in diagnosing patient's medical conditions of the brain, such as diseases, epilepsy and tumors. They are responsible for operating an EEG machine that records brain waves. They obtain the patient's head measurements, prepare the patient's head for the attachment of electrodes, record the patient's brain activity, observe the findings, generate written reports, administrative and clerical duties, such as billing, maintaining patient files, cleaning the EEG equipment, and maintaining medical supplies.

A 40-hour work week is require and the technician will be required to rotate being on call; working during the evening hours, on holidays or during the weekend is common. EEG technicians perform their duties under the a Neurologist.

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