Create a positive patient experience for pediatric and adult patients needing venipuncture, capillary procedures, and special collections
Process and prepare samples for testing to include validating patient identity, centrifugation, aliquoting, and preserving sample integrity
Conduct Breath Alcohol Testing and urine collection for drug screens
Follow Department of Transportation (DOT) guidelines where applicable
Record all order alterations accurately and timely
Utilize our hospital and lab information systems for specimen labels and orders
Test ready samples are delivered for testing or packaged for dispatch following specific guidelines.
Record final disposition into the sample inventory system/storage program
Education/Work Experience Requirements
Completion of a phlebotomy course at a vocational college or equivalent technical school, including completion of a 4-week internship in Phlebotomy in a clinical lab setting; OR equivalent on-the-job training with recent lab experience that demonstrates attainment of the requisite job knowledge/skills/abilities required.
Two years of recent related work experience in a clinical laboratory setting, phlebotomy clinic or other Patient Service Center and one year of insurance collection/data entry work experience that demonstrates attainment of the requisite job knowledge and skills/abilities preferred.
Current Washington State certification as a Medical Assistant-Phlebotomist, OR
Current Washington State certification as a Medical Assistant.
National registration with ASCP in Phlebotomy preferred.
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