Electromyographer (EMG)

Edmonton, AB Full-time

About the job

We are growing and looking for Electromyographers to join our teams in Red Deer and Edmonton, Alberta. This is a great opportunity if you are looking to join a turn-key operation within a premium network of multidisciplinary pain clinics across Canada focused on empowering people to live their best lives.


We are Canada’s leading healthcare provider, delivering category-leading diagnostic services as well as treatment for chronic pain, spinal injuries, sports-related injuries, and concussions. We are a public company that owns 13 clinics across Canada dedicated to providing holistic treatment plans leveraging technology, data-driven insights, and delivering interdisciplinary care.

We currently have opportunities for qualified Electromyographers to join our team at HealthPointe Medical Centre in Edmonton as well as at our newest clinic – HealthPointe at CAO opening soon in Red Deer, Alberta. This new clinic is a partnership venture with Central Alberta Orthopedics, a like-minded group of Orthopedic Surgeons with a commitment to providing excellent care in musculoskeletal trauma and reconstructive surgery.


As qualified Electromyographers, you will be part of an inter-disciplinary professional team delivering exceptional assessment and treatment for our patients and report to the EMG Laboratory Director and Medical Director. You will provide electrodiagnostic services and assist the EMG Laboratory Director in maintaining a high standard of practice, ensuring the highest standard of care.


  • Provide consultation services to patients to determine the type of testing necessary to provide the most complete and accurate diagnostic results.
  • Completes neurodiagnostic EMG studies in accordance with departmental protocols and best practices.
  • Assess each patient's physical condition and degree of comfort throughout the testing process and provide assistance where necessary to prevent discomfort.
  • Attend to urgent requests for EMG/NCS in a timely manner.
  • Prepare and send electronic and written reports required to document all procedures and test results according to the recognized professional standards.
  • Assist EMG Lab Medical Director with quality assurance.
  • Check, calibrate, and perform routine maintenance on diagnostic equipment.
  • Perform other related patient care responsibilities to facilitate the provision of optimal patient care.
  • Participate in teaching activities and residency training in the EMG Laboratory.
  • Attend quarterly laboratory meetings.


  • A license to practice medicine in Alberta and certified in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Neurology, or other related medical specialties.
  • Completed a minimum of a 6-month block of full-time EMG training or equivalent within a two-year period.
  • Been in “active practice” as defined by the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Alberta (minimum 100 EMG studies per year) if more than two years post-training.
  • A certificate and active membership of the Canadian Society of Clinical Neurophysiologists or the American Board of Electrodiagnostic Medicine (ABEM).

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