Overview and Responsibilities
- 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.
- No experience necessary, but must be enrolled in an approved and accredited Medical Technology program affiliated with an accredited college or university.
- State Licensure Permit in concordance with current Federal and/or State Regulations.
- Must be eligible for minimum of bachelor's degree and national certification examination upon completion of medical technology program.
- Minimum licensure required would be dictated by the state in which incumbent is working.
- Upon completion of the approved/ accredited medical technology program, the incumbent must successfully become certified by ACSP or AMT within 6 months of becoming eligible.
- Preferred certification is ASCP.
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