In the Polysomnographic Technology program at MCTC, you will gain the knowledge and the skills needed to perform quality sleep studies. Polysomnographic Technology graduates will be qualified to take the National Registry Exam and work in clinical sleep centers in hospitals across the nation, as well as in independent sleep centers. An understanding of sleep disorders and the therapies used to help patients sleep is the basis of the field study. Polysomnographic Technologists perform diagnostic sleep studies and interventions with patients. This program requires clinical experiences in accredited sleep centers. You must pass a background check and provide evidence of immunity status prior to placement in a healthcare setting.
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