Students enrolled in the Electroneurodiagnostic Technology program at GateWay Community College may complete their clinical rotations at Mayo Clinic's campus in Phoenix/Scottsdale, Arizona.
Electroneurodiagnostic technology involves recording and studying the electrical activity of the brain and nervous system. The electroencephalogram (EEG), which records the ongoing electrical activity of the brain and assists in the diagnosis of a variety of neurological problems, is the most well-known electroneurodiagnostic procedure.
Mayo School of Health Sciences coordinates the clinical rotation training experience in conjunction with GateWay Community College. The length of the rotation is flexible and depends on GateWay's program guidelines and requirements.
Several Phoenix-area hospitals and clinics serve as clinical training sites. Students do their rotations at one or two, but not all, participating practice sites.
GateWay Community College is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission, part of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools. The Electroneurodiagnostic Technology program is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs.
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To participate in the Electroneurodiagnostic Clinical Rotation at Mayo School of Health Sciences, you must be enrolled in the Electroneurodiagnostic Technology program at GateWay Community College.
Mayo Clinic has two campuses in Arizona. On the Mayo Clinic campus in Phoenix is the state-of-the-art Mayo Clinic Hospital, the first hospital entirely designed and built by Mayo Clinic. It has been recognized several times by Phoenix magazine as the "Best Hospital in Phoenix."
The Mayo Clinic campus in Scottsdale is centered around a beautiful, five-story outpatient clinic. This modern facility contains extensive exam rooms, an outpatient surgery center equipped for general anesthesia, a full-service laboratory, pharmacy, patient education library, endoscopy suite, and a 188-seat auditorium for patient, staff and student education programs. Services in numerous medical and surgical disciplines are provided, including outstanding programs in cancer treatment and organ transplantation.
Mayo Clinic Hospital offers multiple EEG services, including a 24/7, six-bed accredited Epilepsy Monitoring Unit that uses state-of-the-art digital instrumentation.
Graduation and certification
Upon successful completion of the Electroneurodiagnostic Clinical Rotation at Mayo Clinic, you will receive a certificate of completion from Mayo School of Health Sciences and an Associate in Applied Science degree from GateWay Community College.
Graduates of the Electroneurodiagnostic Technology program are eligible to take the American Board of Registered Electroneurodiagnostic Technologists (ABRET) examination to become a Registered Electroneurodiagnostic Technologist (R. EEG T.).
For the majority of the rotation, your learning schedule includes eight-hour days, two days a week.
Each year, Mayo School of Health Sciences admits up to six GateWay Community College students for the Electroneurodiagnostic Clinical Rotation. This ensures you receive close one-on-one instruction and a comprehensive educational experience.