Polysomnography Clinical Education
Courses in both the certificate and associate degree programs require clinical practice education. The purpose of clinical practice is to provide students an opportunity to gain experience in performing polysomnography while under the supervision of a clinical instructor. Clinical practice will include day and night rotations and will generally be 8 to 12 hours in length.
ECU Sleep Disorders and Research Center, Greenville, NC
Physicians East, Sleep Center, Greenville, NC
Vidant Sleep Center-Greenville, NC
Nash General Hospital, Rocky Mount, NC
Raleigh Neurology, Raleigh, NC
Wayne Memorial Hospital, Goldsboro, NC
Coastal Carolina Sleep Lab, New Bern, NC
Carolina Sleep and Wellness, Greenville, NC
Vidant Multispecialty Lab, Tarboro, NC
SleepMed Sleep Lab, Rocky Mount, NC
Premier SLeep, Lake Waccamaw, NC
Clinical facilities may require criminal background checks, drug screenings, credit checks, and/or proof of US citizenship prior to or during participation in the clinical portion of a program. Any expenses associated with these requirements are the responsibility of the student. Pending the outcome, clinical facilities may deny a student the opportunity to complete the clinical portion of a program. A student who is unable to complete the clinical portion of a program will not be able to graduate.
Criminal background checks, drug screenings, credit checks, and/or proof of US citizenship may also be required after graduation by examination boards, state licensing boards, and employing agencies. Pending the outcome, a graduate may be disqualified from examination eligibility, state licensure, and/or employment.