Polysomnography Accreditation Outcomes

The Polysomnography Programs performance is determined partially on the outcomes determined by its accrediting body, the Committee on the Accreditation for Polysomnographic Technologist Education (CoA PSG).

Karen Rowe, Executive Director of CoA PSG
CoA PSG
1711 Frank Ave
New Bern, NC 28560

The CoA PSG requires that all accredited polysomnography programs publish at least one annual outcome:‚  positive placement.‚  Positive placement is defined by the Committee on Accreditation for Polysomnographic Technologist Education as:

  • A graduate is employed full or part-time in a related field
  • A graduate is continuing his/her education
  • A graduate is serving in the military

Positive placement outcomes for the Sandhills Community College PSG graduates are reflected in the table below.‚  For further information or questions, please contact the Program Coordinator.

Year Positive placement outcome Data within one year after graduation
2011

90%

9 of 10 graduates are working in polysomnography
1 not working in the field
2012

90%

9 of 10 graduates are working in polysomnography
1 not working in the field

2013

67%

8 of 15 graduates are working in polysomnography
2 continued education, 5 are not working in the field
2014

78%

7 of 9 graduates are working in polysomnography
2 are not working in the field