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Phlebotomy Pathology Technical: Sheboygan

Job ID:
215231PS

Shift:
1

Full/Part Time:
Full Time

Location:
Sheboygan 2629 N 7th St –
Sheboygan, WI 53083

Benefits Eligible:
Yes

Hours / bi-weekly pay period:
80

Obtains specimens from patients for laboratory analysis and performs limited testing and/or result entry. Performs specimen processing and computer data entry. Functions as a liaison between laboratory and patients/ customers. Supports histology and/or cytology services.

Performs venipuncture and collects other specimens form newborn, pediatric, and adult patients according to established protocol. Collaborates with patient care regarding difficult venipunctures.

Receives and sorts lab specimens. Packages and tracks specimens for transport. Processes specimens for testing including centrifuging, aliquoting, and storing samples. Loads instruments while maintaining proper specimen identification.

Performs limited testing under Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments (CLIA), 1988 guidelines according to established policies and procedures. Performs laboratory result entry in the computer system.

Accessions and tracks surgical specimens in Pathology computer system.

Assists physicians with bone marrow or other biopsy collection, assists radiologists with patient procedure to receive and process Endobronchial Ultrasounds (EBUS) or other routine fine needle aspirates, and assists pathologists with frozen sections by cutting or staining tissue for interpretation.

Prepares basic histology stains and uses special handling and knowledge to process pathology send-outs and referrals.

Uses specialized knowledge for cleaning and routine general maintenance for histology equipment (cryostat, grossing station). Completes the needed requirements for CAP histology checklist.

Scheduled Hours

Full time, first shift with varied start times from 0500-0800 and every third weekend rotation and rotating holidays.

Licenses & Certifications

None Required.

Degrees

High School Graduate.

Required Functional Experience

No experience required

Knowledge, Skills & Abilities

Demonstrates knowledge and experience in phlebotomy or related laboratory function.Demonstrates knowledge of medical terms used to support histology and cytology.Basic computer skills including experience using computer software applications.Keyboarding and typing skills.Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Good listening skills.Ability to work in a fast paced environment and to handle multiple tasks simultaneously.Demonstrated customer service skills to interface effectively with physicians, patients, visitors, and other healthcare employees.

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