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Analyzing lab testing is pretty complex. We depend on our lab staff to help determine what is happening with our patients. They are a vital key to the diagnosis and treatment of diseases. Our phlebotomists work with our patients to provide the samples needed to see results.
Do you love working in a lab setting? Are you someone that enjoys working with people and helping others? Connect with CHI today and start your journey!
Some of what you will do:
- Obtain blood specimens by capillary puncture or venipuncture using appropriate technique.
- Correctly identifies patient per written protocol and properly labels specimens accurately and completely, while maintaining the integrity of the specimen in relation to the test being performed.
- Exercises judgment in determining work priority. Interacts with nursing units to ascertain critical priorities and verify discrepancies.
- Disposes of contaminated lab supplies and handles all lab specimens regarding potential health hazards according to written procedures.
- Receives laboratory specimens, orders tests, processes specimens using the centrifuge and
- Distributes specimens to appropriate testing areas communicating special instructions.
- Maintains professional attitude with patients, visitors, hospital staff and fellow employees while assuring the confidentiality of all hospital information. Discusses problems in a professional, adult and calm manner.
What you will need:
No experience is necessary! It is preferred to have six months previous experience in phlebotomy and customer service.
Required: High School diploma or GED.
Preferred: Phlebotomy certification or completion of a phlebotomy course.
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