| 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. Reports to Laboratory Director. Performs other duties as assigned.|
| || State Licensure and/or National registration or certification in concordance with current Federal and/or State Regulations. || |
| || No experience necessary, but must have completed accredited MT program.|| Hospital experience preferred.|
| Minimum licensure requires at least one of the following licensure/certifications: AMT, ASCP, or NCA. Preferred licensure is to be ASCP licensed.|| AMT;NCA;ASCP|| |