TMS Technician - Mt. Gretna - Days

Mt Gretna, PA | Behavioral Health | Tracking Code: 65734

General Summary:

Under the general supervision of the Practice Manager, provides safe, therapeutic and efficient transcranial magnetic stimulator (TMS) care and services to patients.  Assists in direct patient care, performs treatments, and instructs patients and their families in appropriate care, as directed by their provider. Is an active team participant in the patient-centered practice, by aiding in the development of office workflows that support patient centered care.


Duties and Responsibilities:

1. Obtains and documents reason for visit, patient vital signs which may include: Temperature, blood pressure, weight, BMI, respirations, and pulse.

2. Administers in-office TMS therapeutic treatments under the guidance of the treating physician.  

3. Monitors patients for medical symptoms and/or side effects for a defined duration following administration of the TMS treatment.

4. Provides medical intervention to TMS patients in an emergency.

5. Ensures all patient care areas are adequately stocked with unexpired medical supplies and has equipment that is in good working condition with up to date biomedical assessment checks.  Properly handles, stores, and cleans instruments, equipment, and supplies per manufacturer guidelines.

6. Prepares patients for scheduled procedures by assuring patient is appropriately gowned and instruments and supplies are set-up.  Uses Standard Precautions for all patient encounters.   

7. Arranges for patients’ ordered diagnostic and therapeutic services by completing necessary paperwork and scheduling of appointments. Under the direction of the provider, tracks, reviews and monitors follow-up of diagnostic test results.  Relays information from the provider to the patient regarding results and follow-up instructions.

8. Documents and processes prescription requests and refills per protocol. 

9. Provides patients with standard patient care instructions and education, and reviews with patient and family members as directed by providers (i.e. VIS sheets etc.).

10. Completes pre-visit planning and visit prep according to established guidelines.  Obtains comprehensive health information from patient/family members at the time of the visit.  This may include review of systems and history of present illness and/or past medical and social history.  Obtains an accurate medication list updating the EHR.  

11. Efficiently manages daily patient flow to manage fluctuating patient volumes and demands. Prioritizes daily patient care tasks and activities that are delegated by the care team. 

12. Under the direction of your supervisor, takes ownership in an office function/process improvement.

13. Maintains strict confidentiality of patient’s health information. Completes annual WSH Corporate Compliance, and other mandatory education.

14. Maintains an 80% or higher on all yearly audits performed.



  • Minimum Education: High School or G.E.D.

  • Minimum Experience: 1 – 2 year’s experience in a primary care or specialty office

  • Req Courses/Training Completes all required education programs and competency testing needed to perform at an advanced level; medical terminology

  • Skills: Proficient communication skills including SBAR technique; Ability to effectively present clinical information to the care team; proficient in navigating and entering information into an electronic health record; models team work; self-motivated and dependable; able to work independently.

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