In Polysomnographic Technology, the technologist performs and studies overnight, daytime, or home sleep studies (called polysomnograms) on patients with suspected sleeping disorders. Working under the supervision of a Certified Sleep Technologist or Medical Director, the Polysomnographic Technologist provides comprehensive evaluations of sleep disorders and suggests treatment plans for patients. This program is designed to prepare students for the Registered Polysomnographic Technologist (RPSGT) exam offered through the Board of Registered Polysomnographic Technologists (BRPT).
Your work can impact your community
With hands-on training the accredited Polysomnographic Technology (PSG) diploma program helps prepare graduates using clinical learning experiences set to teach electrode placement, patient monitoring skills, treatment of sleep disorders, PAP therapy and Servo ventilation and more. The PSG program is offered at our San Bernardino, Portland, and Grand Prairie campuses.
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Have you been searching for Polysomnographic Technology programs near you? Your search ends at Concorde, where you can train to have a positive impact on those who suffer from sleep disorders through studying, recording, and treating these disorders with the latest methods and technologies. Find out about our requirements and opportunities for becoming a Registered Polysomnographic Technologist by reaching out to us today.
*Program length can vary by Location, see specific Campus Catalog for program length
Concorde's Polysomnographic Technologist training helps prepare graduates through hands-on, clinical learning experiences that are directly applicable to a work setting.
Classroom-to-career skills training
Skills areas emphasized in Concorde's polysomnography training program include:
- Electrode placement
- Patient monitoring
- Treatment of sleep disorders
- PAP therapy and Servo ventilation
- Patient care and education
Find out more about what a career in polysomnographic technology looks like.
Where can I work?
Polysomnographic technologists can work in a variety of settings, including:
- Physicians’ practices
- Private clinics
- Patients’ homes
Accreditation and Licensure
Accreditation and licensure are an important part of an academic institution’s operation. Visit our Accreditations and Licensure page for more details about our accreditations and licensure.
Below you will find campus-specific information about the Polysomnographic Technology program.
PSG PROGRAM DATA:
ACCREDITATION FOR CAMPUSES IN SAN BERNARDINO AND PORTLAND:
The Polysomnographic Technology program has been awarded initial accreditation by the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs (CAAHEP), 9355 113th St. N, #7709, Seminole, FL 33775; Phone: 727-210- 2350; www.caahep.org, as recommended by the Committee on Accreditation for Education in Polysomnographic Technology (CoA-PSG), 1711 Frank Avenue, New Bern, NC 28560; Phone: 252-626-3238; www.coapsg.org.
FOR THE CAMPUS OF GRAND PRAIRIE:
The Polysomnographic Technology program has been awarded continuing accreditation by the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs (CAAHEP), 9355 113th St. N, #7709, Seminole, FL 33775; Phone: 727-210- 2350; www.caahep.org, as recommended by the Committee on Accreditation for Education in Polysomnographic Technology (CoA-PSG), 1711 Frank Avenue, New Bern, NC 28560; Phone: 252-626-3238; www.coapsg.org.