I'm back! Currently working as an EEG tech. Don't miss working the overnights but miss everything about sleep. Especially educating patients. I still get phone calls at work giving advice to patients needing a sleep test (my company has sleeplabs too).
Thanks for the comment on my girls. I do make em beautiful.
After my micro-management fiasco at the hospital based lab I decided to go rogue. I ended up doing a contract with a traveling company in Pueblo Co. HORRIBLE EXPERIENCE!!!! The majority of labs that are willing to pay an employment company $100-150 an hour have issues. It did lead me to my current lab. I have been here about 6 weeks but I think I am going to like it. I have not seen my boss since the interview. Good stuff!
Hey Jackie! things are good. I recently took a job in Denver. It has been a tough move. How are you? Kids? Are you planning on attending any sleep conferences this year? I would love to meet you in person. I am going to do the colorado, Indiana, and hopefully the national convention.
Jackie, can you make it to the AWAKE meeting I run this Wednesday? I'd love to meet you face-to-face and Dr. David Rapoport, head of NYU's Sleep Center, will be speaker at the event.... should be a terrific presentation.
Here you will find caring patients and professionals that care about your health. Sleep apnea can be deadly and with the help and support of this group, I have been able to be 100% compliant and improve my health.
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