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Float position during mostly1st hours with 2nd shift hours to support urgent care location as needed, rotating through ambulatory sites with a potential to cross train in oncology, weekend rotation required.
Performs laboratory testing of biological specimens in a clinic setting using manual or automated techniques. Uses independent judgment and cognitive skills to report timely and accurate laboratory results.
Performs, evaluates, and monitors laboratory tests as authorized within established protocols, selecting and performing additional procedures when indicated. Monitors workflow and makes necessary adjustment to complete work in an appropriate time frame.
Evaluates results for clinical significance, validity and appropriateness. Follows prescribed policy in the reporting and notification of test results. Performs and documents calibration, maintenance and repair of instruments and equipment. Recognizes indicators of test and/or instrument malfunction; evaluates and implements appropriate corrections.
Performs, documents and reviews quality control and quality assurance for improvement according to established protocol. Evaluates quality control results and takes corrective action when indicated. Performs internal and external proficiency testing in the same manner as patient samples.
Ascertains that appropriate information is submitted for billing , specimens are properly labeled and suitable for testing. Collects specimens from newborn, pediatric, and adult patients according to established protocol.
Provides general direction, training, competency review and technical assistance to medical laboratory technicians, phlebotomists, and support staff. Assists in the development of education and training protocols. Instructs students and new team members as assigned.
Assists in improving the quality and efficiency of laboratory procedures, policies, and processes. Ensures compliance with all accrediting agency standards, supporting CLIA Regulatory requirements in an ambulatory setting.
Medical Technologist (MT) certification issued by the American Society for Clinical Pathology (ASCP), or
Medical Technologist (MT) certification issued by the American Medical Technologists (AMT) needs to be obtained within 1 year.
Bachelor's Degree in Medical Technology or related field.
Excellent verbal, written and interpersonal communication skills.Ability to handle stressful situations in a calm and professional manner.Demonstrates a willingness to work a flexible schedule, which may include alternate site assignment.
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