| Collects, receives, identifies, organizes, and prioritizes specimen to ensure accurate and timely test processing.|
Performs and reports requested laboratory procedures.
Performs quality control, proficiency testing, routine instrument maintenance and inventory control.
Evaluates positive patient identification to reduce analytical and post-analytical error and/or adverse patient outcomes.
Assesses, evaluates and draws appropriate conclusions.
Supports life long learning.
Completes assigned goals.
|Utilizes laboratory skills to perform and report results of clearly defined laboratory procedures assuring optimal patient outcomes. Responsible for assigned shifts and subject to overtime and call back as required. Performs other duties as assigned.|
| || State Licensure Permit in concordance with current Federal and/or State Regulations. Must be elgible for minimum of bachelor's degree and national certification examination upon completion of medical technology program. || |
| || No experience necessary, but must be enrolled in an approved and accredited Medical Technology program affilliated with an accredited college or university|| Hospital experience preferred.|
| Minimum licensure required would be dictated by the state in which incubent is working. Upon completion of the approved/ accredited medical technology program, the incumbent must sucessfully become certified by ACSP or AMT within 6 months of becoming elgible. Preferred certification is ASCP.|| || |