GILLETTE, WY – Jody Christopherson, Registered Respiratory Therapist (RRT) in
Cardiopulmonary Services at Campbell County Memorial Hospital, has received certification as a
Registered Electroencephalographic Technologist (R. EEG T.) from
ABRET Neurodiagnostic Credentialing and Accreditation.
Jody performs neurodiagnostic testing at Campbell County Medical Group
Neurology and Pain Management under the direction of Neurologist
Dr. Romer Mosquera. She spends about two hours per day in the clinic in addition to her duties
as a Registered Respiratory Therapist. Jody is one of only three clinicians
in the state to receive this certification.
“I’m very grateful that the organization saw the value of this
certification and helped me complete the 12-month education program I
needed,” said Jody. “My manager was very supportive and flexible
with my work schedule, and Dr. Mosquera was a mentor to me through this
whole journey. It’s great to be able to help patients get the testing
they need without having to travel.”
Neurodiagnostic tests, also called neurodiagnostics, are done when a patient's
illness or condition is thought to be based in the central nervous system
(brain and spinal cord). Signs of nervous system disorders include:
- Chronic headaches
- Hearing and vision changes
- Numbness and tingling
ABRET is a nonprofit, 501(c)6 credentialing board for professionals in
the field of neurodiagnstics that encourages and promotes quality technical
and clinical standards world-wide for neurodiagnostic technologists through
certification and accreditation. Certification is valid for five years.
CCMH Cardiopulmonary Services provides comprehensive care and testing for
patients suffering from breathing disorders caused by heart or lung disease.
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