Global Monitoring, Inc. was established in 1999 by Mr. Ngoc Leu. Given his unique insight of being both a technologist and a hospital administrator, Mr. Leu understood the need for qualified technologists to provide round-the-clock service to surgeons.

All technical and medical staff either meets or exceeds the community standards in the field. Each member of the Global Monitoring family has been meticulously selected based on their propensity for working in intraoperative monitoring. Every technologist member of the Global Monitoring team has a bachelorís degree and/or multiple credentials with the American Board of Registration of Electroencephalographic and Evoked Potential Technologists (ABRET); each intraoperative physician reader is a board certified and practicing neurologist.

At Global, we use only state-of-the-art equipment provided by the leading manufacturers in the field of neurodiagnostics. Each piece of equipment undergoes routine inspections and is serviced as recommended to meet or exceed manufacturer and community standards.

Mission Statement

As the neuromonitoring team at Global Monitoring INC, it is our intention to provide the highest standards of care to every one of our patients.

We will provide exceptional care by identifying and meeting the needs of each individual patient. Each patient throughout the surgical centers we serve will receive the highest quality performance of neuromonitoring care. Our philosophy is based on the missions of the medical centers we serve and our efforts are directed at meeting these missions.

The Global Monitoring, Inc neuromonitoring staff is an integral part of the health care team. To that end, we will coordinate our activities in research and education to organize and construct the service to meet the needs of both the patient and the health care team.

Goals and Objectives

Professional neuromonitoring Global Monitoring, Inc Service Department includes identification of the patientís individual needs using the supplied neuromonitoring diagnosis, patient care plan development and implementation of the individualized program of neuromonitoring care. Neuromonitoring care is coordinated based on the knowledge of the natural and behavioral sciences to restore or maintain the health and welfare of the patient, during the surgical procedure. The delivery of care is also based on scope of care issues, such as age, cultural and religious needs of the patient.

The above can be realized by identifying and meeting the following criteria:

a. Identify the individual needs of each patient;

b. Develop and implement a neuromonitoring care plan based on the diagnosis and individualized needs of the patient;

c. Coordinate the patientís individualized neuromonitoring care plan with other members of the Health Care Team to promote continuity of neuromonitoring care;

d. Evaluate and reassess the effect of neuromonitoring care in meeting the outcome goals of the patient; adjust the plan according to patientís response to care;

e. Apply principles of asepsis and technical knowledge in making sound neuromonitoring judgment to help ensure a safe environment for the welfare of the patient and staff;

f. Provide direction for other professional and allied technical personnel in implementing neuromonitoring care to the patient, by teaching, supervising and evaluation their skills and performance;

g. Initiate and/or assist, when appropriate, with research projects designed to develop a body of scientific knowledge relative to the care of the patient in the Global Monitoring, Inc Service Group;

h. Participates in Quality Improvement Programs to maintain and improve the quality of Intraoperative Neuromonitoring Care.