Making Neurosurgery Safer
As a Joint Commission accredited organization, Advanced Monitoring Services (AMS) holds itself to the highest standard of patient care. AMS has been providing hospitals, surgeons and patients with caring real-time surgical feedback through our Intraoperative Neuromonitoring (IONM) Services for almost 15 years.
IONM is used to monitor the function of nerves, the spinal cord, or the brain throughout surgical procedures. Our purpose in monitoring is to alert the surgeon and anesthesiologist to changes in testing measures throughout surgery to allow for modifications that can prevent damage.
AMS enjoys a strong reputation and deep relationships in the hospitals where we serve. We consider ourselves fortunate to be part of the team providing patients treatment & care, and we treat this opportunity with the respect it deserves.
AMS technical staff are required to be board certified as CNIM by the American Board of Registration of Electroencephalographic and Evoked Potential Technologists (ABRET). Continuing education and rapid incorporation of industry advancements, tools, and methods for best patient care are at the foundation of the service we deliver. Compassion and understanding are characteristics we personify. We provide our employees with a supportive environment that continually challenges for excellence. We invest in our employees and that results in their ability to deliver outstanding care and have a passion for their work.
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Our testing includes appropriate modalities to spot changes in the patient's condition throughout each surgical procedure. The surgeon is provided immediate feedback to enable them to correct potential problems at the earliest opportunity.
Established AMS Standard Operating Procedures ensure that every surgery and surgeon receives the optimal tests, and therefore, the best decision-basing information.
Each and every case is reviewed for quality assurance. This is central to our internal review and reward process. Our team is not compensated based on quantity of cases, but on the quality of their work.
Frequently Monitored Surgeries