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Polysomnography Technologists


UK Healthcare Sleep Disorders Center is currently seeking full-time polysomnography technologists to perform polysomnography studies in accordance with the standards of the American Academy of Sleep Medicine (AASM). There are multiple positions available and are open to Registered Polysomnography Technologists (RPSGT or RRT-SDS); and/or Registered Respiratory Therapists (RRT).


These positions are located within the University of Kentucky Sleep Disorders Center, a hospital-based, state of the art, multidisciplinary, and academic sleep disorders center with a robust portable sleep study program. This is a 6-bed inpatient facility located at the center of the campus medical facility with plans for future growth. The UK Sleep Disorders Center is both Joint Commission and American Academy of Sleep Medicine (AASM) accredited and part of the division of pulmonary, critical care and sleep medicine. 


The polysomnography technologist will primarily work night shifts (40 hours per week) on a week-on/week-off basis, and may include weekdays, weekends, and some holidays per departmental needs.


Registered Polysomnography Tech/UKHC / RE26029: This position requires a bachelor’s degree and at least two years of relevant clinical experience; qualified applicants must also be Board-registered by the American Board of Registered Polysomnography Technologists and the Kentucky Medical Board (RPSGT or RRT-SDS). The direct link to apply to this posting, requisition number RE26029, is  application deadline is 4/4/2021. 


Polysomnography Technologist Senior/UKHC / RE26030: Registered Respiratory Therapists (RRT) are encouraged to apply to this position; if hired, job-site training to function as a polysomnography technologist will be provided.


This position requires an associate degree or above and an RRT; two or more years of relevant clinical experience preferred. On the job training will be provided to learn the skills necessary to be a qualified polysomnography technologist which will include didactics, practical bedside experience and the A STEP modules paid for by the employer. The direct link to apply to this posting, requisition number RE26030, is  application deadline is 4/4/2021.


In the last several years, UK has received nearly 100 national rankings for excellence in academics, research, health care, and economic development. Established in 1957, the medical center at UK is one of the nation’s finest academic medical centers and includes the University’s clinical enterprise, UK HealthCare. The 724-bed UK Albert B. Chandler Hospital and Kentucky Children’s Hospital, along with 221 beds at UK Good Samaritan Hospital, are supported by a growing faculty and staff providing the most advanced subspecialty care for the most critically injured and ill patients throughout the Commonwealth and beyond.


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For questions, please contact the University of Kentucky HR Employment office at (859) 257-9555, option #2.


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