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Vice President Laboratory Services - Apply Now

(Full Time)
Location: McLaren Flint
Post Date: 1/18/2023 12:00:00 AM

Category: Administration

Description: Accountable for all aspects of McLaren Corporate Laboratory Services. Responsibilities include but are not limited to, strategic planning, meeting customer service expectations, program growth and development, oversight of daily operations, delivery of cost effective services, establishing and meeting a budget, regulatory compliance, and corporate standardization of processes, policy and procedures. Responsibilities: Develop and implement strategic planning for all laboratory services across the system. Accountable for growth and expansion of laboratory services including new site development and acquisition strategies. Identifies, recommends and acts upon business opportunities related to laboratory services for McLaren.

Hospital Affiliation: MCLAREN HEALTH CARE

Qualifications: Bachelor’s Degree in medical technology Laboratory certification by ASCP Ten (10) years laboratory management experience in inpatient and outpatient environment. Five (5) years management experience in a complex multi healthcare system or reference laboratory Preferred Qualifications: MBA/Advanced degree in management or other related course work Experience in financial management, pro-forma development and business development

Salary & Benefits: Competitive Salary & Benefits


Director Laboratory Services - Apply Now

(Full Time)
Location: McLaren Flint
Post Date: 1/18/2023 12:00:00 AM

Category: Administration

Description: Responsible for the overall management of assigned department including administrative, financial, compliance, quality improvement, technical, and personnel activities in accordance with established policies and standards. Meets and consults with system director of laboratory for policies, procedures, forms, instrumentation, equipment, supplies, and LIS to promote standardization across the system. Essential Functions and Responsibilities: Directs and coordinates laboratory activities to insure that services are provided on schedule with quality and cost objectives. Commits to achievement of financial objectives and strategies by developing and implementing strategic plans for all aspects of laboratory operations, including budgets and process improvement activities. Develops professional relationships within the organization, the community and professional organizations to facilitate collaborative initiatives, problem solving and goodwill.

Hospital Affiliation: MCLAREN HEALTH CARE

Qualifications: Required Qualifications: Baccalaureate degree in medical technology or related fields. Eight years of lab experience including at least three years in a managerial role. MT (ASCP) or equivalent. Preferred Qualifications: Master’s degree in medical technology, business administration or health services administration.

Salary & Benefits: Competitive Salary & Benefits


Lab Assistant - Apply Now

(Full Time)
Location: Henry Ford Macomb Hospital
Post Date: 11/18/2022 12:00:00 AM

Category: Laboratory Assistant

Description: GENERAL SUMMARY: Under regular supervision, and according to established procedures, performs a variety of routine laboratory support procedures including collecting, processing, order entry, and transport of laboratory specimens and materials. Interacts with patients, laboratory staff, and caregivers in a courteous and professional manner. PRINCIPLE DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES Prepares patient specimens for laboratory testing with particular emphasis on the pre-analytic and post-analytic processes. Enters patient demographic and test order information into lab information systems according to training protocols and in a timely manner. Maintains confidentiality of patient information. May perform blood sample collection or phlebotomy as a primary duty in some locations and must demonstrated competency, productivity, and compassion on a sustained basis. Understands and follows HFHS Standards of Excellence to support a culture of exceptional customer service skills when interacting with patients, co-workers, and caregivers. Reviews laboratory request forms for complete demographic and order entry information and resolves discrepancies as needed. Exercises care in specimen handling and order entry to protect the identify and integrity of samples. Within established parameters, and with appropriate competency training and supervisor approval, may perform selected CLIA waived tests. Complies with established departmental and institutional policies and procedures, objectives, quality assessment and improvement programs, safety, environmental, and infection control standards. Helps ensure a safe work place. Reports any unsafe condition to supervisors. Assists in the training of employees and students. Attends and participates in department continuing education and in-service programs. May instruct patients and health care staff in the proper methods for lab specimen collection and handling. Handles routine inquiries from patients and staff. Within established parameters, may perform a variety of clerical tasks, transport specimens, prepare samples for testing, operate autoclaves and glassware cleaning equipment, systems, record temperatures, and use specified laboratory equipment. May perform other duties as requested or required to maintain operations.

Hospital Affiliation: HENRY FORD HEALTH SYSTEM

Qualifications: KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES REQUIRED: High school graduate or equivalent required. Ability to follow written and verbal instructions and demonstrate exceptional customer service skills is required. For positions requiring phlebotomy, a minimum of two months training and experience in phlebotomy is required. Training and experience can be obtained in a formal program or in a volunteer program under the oversight of an experienced phlebotomist who supplies a reference. For assignments requiring travel off-site, candidates must possess and maintain a valid Michigan motor vehicle license and reliable transportation with insurance. Experience in a hospital or clinic laboratory is preferred. Familiarity with medical terminology preferred. Must meet or exceed core customer service responsibilities, standards, and behaviors as outlined in the HFHS Customer Service policy as summarized below: Communication, Understanding, Sensitivity, Teamwork, Ownership, Motivation, Excellence, Respect. Must practice the customer service skills as provided through ongoing training and in-services. Must possess the following personal qualities: Be self-directed; Be flexible and committed to the team concept; Demonstrate teamwork, initiative, and willingness to learn; Possess interpersonal skills and communication skills; Be willing to instruct others; and Be open to new learning experiences.

Salary & Benefits: Competitive Salary & Benefits


Medical Lab Scientist (MLS) - Apply Now

(PRN)
Location: ASCENSION PROVIDENCE HOSP SOUTHFIELD
Post Date: 11/18/2022 12:00:00 AM

Category: Medical Laboratory Technician

Description: Perform routine diagnostic and analytic testing of laboratory specimens independently.

Hospital Affiliation: ASCENSION

Qualifications: Medical Technologist (ASCP) credentialed from the American Society for Clinical Pathology Board of Certification (ASCP-BOC) preferred. Any issuing authority accepted. Canadian Medical Laboratory Technologist certification by CSLT/CLMLS is also acceptable. Medical Lab Scientist (ASCP) credentialed from the American Society for Clinical Pathology Board of Certification (ASCP-BOC) preferred. Any issuing authority accepted. Canadian Medical Laboratory Technologist certification by CSLT/CLMLS is also acceptable. Medical Tech credentialed from the American Board of Bioanalysis (AAB) preferred. Any issuing authority accepted. Canadian Medical Laboratory Technologist certification by CSLT/CLMLS is also acceptable. Medical Tech credentialed from the American Medical Technologists (AMT) preferred. Any issuing authority accepted. Canadian Medical Laboratory Technologist certification by CSLT/CLMLS is also acceptable. Bachelor's degree in medical technology, medical laboratory scientist, human sciences or education qualifications as stated per CLIA requirements.

Salary & Benefits: Competitive Salary & Benefits


Medical Technologist - Apply Now

(Contingent)
Location: Beaumont Hospital Wayne
Post Date: 11/18/2022 12:00:00 AM

Category: Medical Technologist

Description: Independently performs routine/completes chemical, hematologic, microscopic, morphologic immunologic, and/or microbiologic procedures involving the use of laboratory instruments or manual techniques maintaining appropriate technical and organizational skills within established turnaround times. Applies advanced level of knowledge, training, and clinical judgment to: (a) release quality patient test results; (b) evaluate instrument performance and quality control results to determine the accuracy and reliability of all analytical data before it is released; (c) correlate results with other laboratory data and/or disease states; (d) identify technical, instrument, pharmacologic and/or physiologic causes of unexpected test results. Takes action/or develops solutions based on data at hand in collaboration with section supervisor/director. Standardizes, calibrates, performs preventative maintenance and performs in-depth troubleshooting on laboratory equipment and instruments. Assists in the development and/or design of new test procedures and/or methodologies; participates in the evaluation, correlation, and introduction of new instruments or procedures. Participates in the instruction (theory and practice) of clinical laboratory science to students, residents, and new employees; attends, participates in, and presents department continuing education and in-service training programs. Participates in various quality assurance and regulatory agency activities in the department, which may include performance of proficiency testing; involvement in TQM/CQI committees; developing and documenting quality assurance monitors; writing and updating of procedure manuals; participation in mandatory personal competency assessment and assistance with administration of section competency testing program. Provides direction and guidance for questions and/or problems referred by medical laboratory technicians, and other laboratory personnel concerning specimen acceptability, unusual or discrepant results, instrument or method problems, and/or out-of-control situations. Communicates with nurses/physicians/other health care workers and public concerning lab results, procedures, and technology. Performs other special projects and miscellaneous duties as assigned, including inventory control, reagent preparation, limited venipuncture. Acting as a Team Leader, assumes designated functions of the supervisor in his/her absence according to CAP/CLIA requirements.

Hospital Affiliation: BEAUMONT HEALTH

Qualifications: Bachelor of Science degree in Medical. Technology/Clinical Laboratory Science or a related science (i.e., Biochemistry, Microbiology, etc.) Successful graduation from a National Accrediting Agency for Clinical Laboratory Science (NAACLS) accredited Medical Technology/Clinical Laboratory Science program; OR Successful graduation from a Categorical Technologist program (under the auspices of a National Accrediting Agency for Clinical Laboratory Science (NAACLS) accredited Medical Technology/Clinical Laboratory Science program); OR Commensurate laboratory experience as determined by department management, (i.e., successful completion of applicable WBH School of Medical Technology lecture courses and WBH clinical laboratory medical technologist training) to include seeking MLS(ASCP) or MT(AMT) certification within one year of training/hire. Work Experience: Completion of an accredited clinical internship or equivalent experience/training as required by the Board of Registry certification. U.S. certification, U.S. certification eligibility, or certification assessment by one of the following agencies: ASCP Medical Laboratory Scientist - MLS(ASCP) ASCP Medical Technologist - MT(ASCP) ASCP Technologist (categorical) certification - BB(ASCP), C(ASCP), H(ASCP), I(ASCP), M(ASCP) or MB(ASCP) Additional acceptable certification eligibility can be reviewed with Human Resources & the department

Salary & Benefits: Competitive Salary & Benefits


Phlebotomist I - Apply Now

(Part Time)
Location: Beaumont Hospital Taylor
Post Date: 11/18/2022 12:00:00 AM

Category: Phlebotomist

Description: Performs venipuncture and capillary punctures to obtain adequate samples. Is responsible for correct patient identification, specimen labeling and documentation. Demonstrates knowledge and ability to evaluate and select proper collection methods for age specific patients. 2. Supports activities related to laboratory testing (phlebotomy, specimen collection, computer order entry and specimen processing) to ensure accurate result reporting and quick turn-around time. Performs processing functions related to testing including verification, accessioning, aliquoting, processing and batching send out testing, adding/cancelling tests, distributing, storing and disposing of specimens. Performs registration duties applicable to the site/location of assignment. Computer based registration and order entry duties require prior training provided by the applicable department. Adheres to Compliance policies as related to job duties to include presenting Advance Beneficiary Notice (ABN) of non-coverage prior to delivery of outpatient services. Performs observational competency of all support staff under the guidance of the phlebotomy leadership using established criteria. Oversees and schedules training of new employees, provides current employees with in-service education on new policy and procedures; may act as a shift leader. Works well without direct supervision. Maintains department equipment and inventory to ensure proper supplies are available. Participates in: Q.I./process improvements, data collection, QC documentation, and/or CAP surveys as applicable to the assigned department. Patient and Family-Centered Care culture. Staff activities of a High Reliability Organization (HRO). Friend-at-Work program and assists in training new hires as applicable/assigned. Staff meetings and committee meetings as assigned. Cost effectiveness: Efficient use of time in completing tasks accurately and timely. Mindful of appropriate use of laboratory funds through purchase requests and the observance of wasteful use of supplies.

Hospital Affiliation: BEAUMONT HEALTH

Qualifications: Education / Training: A minimum of a High school diploma or GED equivalent required. Medical Assistant or Phlebotomy Course and phlebotomy externship required. Completion of a phlebotomy training program required. The achievement of 50 draws within previous roles will be considered in lieu of a completed training program. Work Experience: A minimum of a year of experience as a Phlebotomist. Certification, Licensure, Registration: Phlebotomy or Medical Assistant Certification preferred. Other Qualifications: Positions supporting Patient Service Centers and client practices require reliable transportation, a valid Michigan Driver’s License and good driving record in accordance with Corporate Policy. Employees are required to immediately notify manager of any traffic violations incurred. WORKING CONDITIONS: Physical Effort: Occasional physical activities requiring ability to push/pull objects of up to 40 pounds, lift objects up 10 pounds; occasionally lift objects up to 30 pounds. Perform motor skills such as walking, standing, perform manipulative skills such as repetitive arm use, and preparation of specimens for analysis and operation of laboratory equipment. Performing tasks, which require eye-hand coordination such as analysis of specimens, and performing tasks, which require arm-hand steadiness such as cleaning, calibration and operation of instrumentation and equipment. Perform mobility skills such as standing to sitting and remaining in positions for prolonged periods, perform stooping along with manual dexterity and coordination functions. Ability to see objects far away as in locating exits, see objects closely as in reading thermometers, product labels and instrument readouts. Ability to hear normal sounds such as equipment operating and being able to hear pages, telephone conversations, etc. Distinguish sound as in responding to timers and/or audible alarms. Ability to concentrate on fine details with frequent interruptions. Ability to attend to task/functions constantly for periods up to 60 minutes in length and to attend to task/functions for periods exceeding 60 minutes in length. Ability to understand and relate to specific ideas, concepts, and theories. Ability to remember tasks and/or assignment over short or long periods, work schedules or job assignments. Work Environment: Employee may be exposed to: Sharp objects, bodily injuries, blood, body fluids, body tissues or other biohazards. High, low or sudden fluctuations in temperatures, high or low humidity, dust, loud or unpleasant noises. Electrical hazards, electromagnetic radiation, ionizing radiation, stored energy in the form of chemical, electrical or kinetic sources. Hazardous materials other than those listed above including toxins, cytotoxins, poisonous substances or other chemicals. Potentially stressful situations, such as STAT testing on patient(s) in critical condition. Potential risk of an exposure to hazardous medications or waste materials of hazardous medications.

Salary & Benefits: Competitive Salary & Benefits


Phlebotomist II - Apply Now

(Full Time)
Location: Beaumont Hospital Trenton
Post Date: 11/18/2022 12:00:00 AM

Category: Phlebotomist

Description: Performs venipuncture and capillary punctures to obtain adequate samples. Is responsible for correct patient identification, specimen labeling and documentation. Demonstrates knowledge and ability to evaluate and select proper collection methods for age specific patients. Supports activities related to laboratory testing (phlebotomy, specimen collection, computer order entry and specimen processing) to ensure accurate result reporting and quick turn-around time. Performs processing functions related to testing including verification, accessioning, aliquoting, processing and batching send out testing, adding/cancelling tests, distributing, storing and disposing of specimens. Performs registration duties applicable to the site/location of assignment. Computer based registration and order entry duties require prior training provided by the applicable department. Adheres to Compliance policies as related to job duties to include presenting Advance Beneficiary Notice (ABN) of non-coverage prior to delivery of outpatient services. Performs observational competency of all support staff under the guidance of the phlebotomy leadership using established criteria. Oversees and schedules training of new employees, provides current employees with in-service education on new policy and procedures; may act as a shift leader. Works well without direct supervision. Maintains department equipment and inventory to ensure proper supplies are available. Participates in: Q.I./process improvements, data collection, QC documentation, and/or CAP surveys as applicable to the assigned department. Patient and Family-Centered Care culture. Staff activities of a High Reliability Organization (HRO). Friend-at-Work program and assists in training new hires as applicable/assigned. Staff meetings and committee meetings as assigned. Cost effectiveness: Efficient use of time in completing tasks accurately and timely. Mindful of appropriate use of laboratory funds through purchase requests and the observance of wasteful use of supplies.

Hospital Affiliation: BEAUMONT HEALTH

Qualifications: Education / Training: · A minimum of a High school diploma or GED equivalent required. Medical Assistant or Phlebotomy Course and phlebotomy externship required. Completion of a phlebotomy training program required. The achievement of 50 draws within previous roles will be considered in lieu of a completed training program. Work Experience: A minimum of a year of experience as a Phlebotomist. Certification, Licensure, Registration: Phlebotomy or Medical Assistant Certification preferred. Other Qualifications: Positions supporting Patient Service Centers and client practices require reliable transportation, a valid Michigan Driver’s License and good driving record in accordance with Corporate Policy. Employees are required to immediately notify manager of any traffic violations incurred. WORKING CONDITIONS: Physical Effort: Occasional physical activities requiring ability to push/pull objects of up to 40 pounds, lift objects up 10 pounds; occasionally lift objects up to 30 pounds. Perform motor skills such as walking, standing, perform manipulative skills such as repetitive arm use, and preparation of specimens for analysis and operation of laboratory equipment. Performing tasks, which require eye-hand coordination such as analysis of specimens, and performing tasks, which require arm-hand steadiness such as cleaning, calibration and operation of instrumentation and equipment. Perform mobility skills such as standing to sitting and remaining in positions for prolonged periods, perform stooping along with manual dexterity and coordination functions. Ability to see objects far away as in locating exits, see objects closely as in reading thermometers, product labels and instrument readouts. Ability to hear normal sounds such as equipment operating and being able to hear pages, telephone conversations, etc. Distinguish sound as in responding to timers and/or audible alarms. Ability to concentrate on fine details with frequent Interruptions. Ability to attend to task/functions constantly for periods up to 60 minutes in length and to attend to task/functions for periods exceeding 60 minutes in length. Ability to understand and relate to specific ideas, concepts, and theories. Ability to remember tasks and/or assignment over short or long periods, work schedules or job assignments. Work Environment: Employee may be exposed to: Sharp objects, bodily injuries, blood, body fluids, body tissues or other biohazards. High, low or sudden fluctuations in temperatures, high or low humidity, dust, loud or unpleasant noises. Electrical hazards, electromagnetic radiation, ionizing radiation, stored energy in the form of chemical, electrical or kinetic sources. Hazardous materials other than those listed above including toxins, cytotoxins, poisonous substances or other chemicals. Potentially stressful situations, such as STAT testing on patient(s) in critical condition. Potential risk of an exposure to hazardous medications or waste materials of hazardous medications.

Salary & Benefits: Competitive Salary & Benefits


Phlebotomist - Apply Now

(Contingent)
Location: Henry Ford Macomb Hospital
Post Date: 11/18/2022 12:00:00 AM

Category: Phlebotomist

Description: Under limited supervision, and according to established procedures, performs a variety of laboratory support procedures including specimen collection or phlebotomy, order entry, processing, point of care testing, and transport of laboratory specimens and materials. Performs blood sample collection at least 25% of scheduled hours. Interacts with patients, laboratory staff, and caregivers in a courteous and professional manner. PRINCIPLE DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Prepares patient specimens for laboratory testing with particular emphasis on the preanalytic and post-analytic processes. Enters patient demographic and test order information into lab information systems according to training protocols and in a timely manner. Maintains confidentiality of patient information. Handles routine inquiries from patients and staff. Performs blood sample collection or phlebotomy as a primary duty including 25% or more of scheduled hours. Must demonstrate competency, productivity, and compassion on a sustained basis with all patients presenting for service. Understands and follows HFHS Standards of Excellence to support a culture of exceptional customer service skills when interacting with patients, co-workers.and caregivers. Reviews laboratory request forms for complete demographic and order entry information and resolves discrepancies as needed. Exercises care in specimen handling and order entry to protect the identify and integrity of samples. Following successful completion of competency assessment. may perform processing, testing, and reporting of selected CLIA waived tests without direct supervision. Complies with established departmental and institutional policies and procedures. objectives, quality assessment and improvement programs. safety,environmental, and infection control standards. Helps ensure a safe work place. Reports any unsafe condition to supervisors. Assists in the training of employees and students. Attends and participates in department continuing education and in-service programs. May instruct patients and health care staff in the proper methods for lab specimen collection and handling. Within established parameters, may perform a variety of clerical tasks, transport specimens, prepare samples for testing, record temperatures, and use specified laboratory equipment. May perform other duties as requested or required to maintain operations.

Hospital Affiliation: HENRY FORD HEALTH SYSTEM

Qualifications: EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE REQUIRED: High schoolgraduate or equivalent required. Ability to follow written and verbal instructions and demonstrate exceptional customer service skills is required. A minimum of six months experience in phlebotomy is required. New employees must successfully complete competency evaluation and demonstrate safety and proficiency with all patient ages who are likely to present for service. For assignments requiring travel off-site, candidates must possess and maintain a valid Michigan motor vehicle license and reliable transportation with insurance. Experience in a hospital or clinic laboratory is preferred. Familiarity with medical terminology preferred. Must meet or exceed core customer service responsibilities, standards, and behaviors as outlined in the HFHS Customer Service policy as summarized below: Communication, Ownership, Understanding, Motivation, Sensitivity, Excellence, Teamwork, Respect, Must practice the customer service skills as provided through ongoing training and in-services. Must possess the following personal qualities: Be self-directed; Be flexible and committed to the team concept; Demonstrate teamwork, initiative, and willingness to learn; Possess interpersonal skills and communication Skills; Be willing to instruct others; and Be open to new learning experiences. PHYSICAL DEMANDS/WORKING CONDITIONS: Regularly exposed to infection from disease-bearing specimens, organs and tissues. Occasional exposure to radiation hazards. Exposures to odorous and/or toxic chemicals and specimens. Must be capable of standing and walking for prolonged periods to perform work duties. Must be able to perform computer order entry in an accurate manner according to peer based performance standards of productivity.

Salary & Benefits: Competitive Salary & Benefits


Phlebotomist - Apply Now

(Part Time)
Location: Henry Ford Wyandotte Hospital
Post Date: 11/18/2022 12:00:00 AM

Category: Phlebotomist

Description: Under limited supervision, and according to established procedures, performs a variety of laboratory support procedures including specimen collection or phlebotomy, order entry, processing, point of care testing, and transport of laboratory specimens and materials. Performs blood sample collection at least 25% of scheduled hours. Interacts with patients, laboratory staff, and caregivers in a courteous and professional manner. PRINCIPLE DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Prepares patient specimens for laboratory testing with particular emphasis on the preanalytic and post-analytic processes. Enters patient demographic and test order information into lab information systems according to training protocols and in a timely manner. Maintains confidentiality of patient information. Handles routine inquiries from patients and staff. Performs blood sample collection or phlebotomy as a primary duty including 25% or more of scheduled hours. Must demonstrate competency, productivity, and compassion on a sustained basis with all patients presenting for service. Understands and follows HFHS Standards of Excellence to support a culture of exceptional customer service skills when interacting with patients, co-workers.and caregivers. Reviews laboratory request forms for complete demographic and order entry information and resolves discrepancies as needed. Exercises care in specimen handling and order entry to protect the identify and integrity of samples. Following successful completion of competency assessment. may perform processing, testing, and reporting of selected CLIA waived tests without direct supervision. Complies with established departmental and institutional policies and procedures. objectives, quality assessment and improvement programs. safety,environmental, and infection control standards. Helps ensure a safe work place. Reports any unsafe condition to supervisors. Assists in the training of employees and students. Attends and participates in department continuing education and in-service programs. May instruct patients and health care staff in the proper methods for lab specimen collection and handling. Within established parameters, may perform a variety of clerical tasks, transport specimens, prepare samples for testing, record temperatures, and use specified laboratory equipment. May perform other duties as requested or required to maintain operations.

Hospital Affiliation: HENRY FORD HEALTH SYSTEM

Qualifications: EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE REQUIRED: High schoolgraduate or equivalent required. Ability to follow written and verbal instructions and demonstrate exceptional customer service skills is required. A minimum of six months experience in phlebotomy is required. New employees must successfully complete competency evaluation and demonstrate safety and proficiency with all patient ages who are likely to present for service. For assignments requiring travel off-site, candidates must possess and maintain a valid Michigan motor vehicle license and reliable transportation with insurance. Experience in a hospital or clinic laboratory is preferred. Familiarity with medical terminology preferred. Must meet or exceed core customer service responsibilities, standards, and behaviors as outlined in the HFHS Customer Service policy as summarized below: Communication; Ownership; Understanding; Motivation; Sensitivity; Excellence; Teamwork; Respect; Must practice the customer service skills as provided through ongoing training and in-services. Must possess the following personal qualities: Be self-directed; Be flexible and committed to the team concept; Demonstrate teamwork, initiative, and willingness to learn; Possess interpersonal skills and communication skills; Be willing to instruct others; and Be open to new learning experiences. PHYSICAL DEMANDS/WORKING CONDITIONS: Regularly exposed to infection from disease-bearing specimens, organs and tissues. Occasional exposure to radiation hazards. Exposures to odorous and/or toxic chemicals and specimens. Must be capable of standing and walking for prolonged periods to perform work duties. Must be able to perform computer order entry in an accurate manner according to peer based performance standards of productivity.

Salary & Benefits: Competitive Salary & Benefits


Phlebotomist - Apply Now

(Full Time)
Location: Henry Ford Wyandotte Hospital
Post Date: 11/18/2022 12:00:00 AM

Category: Phlebotomist

Description: Under limited supervision, and according to established procedures, performs a variety of laboratory support procedures including specimen collection or phlebotomy, order entry, processing, point of care testing, and transport of laboratory specimens and materials. Performs blood sample collection at least 25% of scheduled hours. Interacts with patients, laboratory staff, and caregivers in a courteous and professional manner. PRINCIPLE DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Prepares patient specimens for laboratory testing with particular emphasis on the preanalytic and post-analytic processes. Enters patient demographic and test order information into lab information systems according to training protocols and in a timely manner. Maintains confidentiality of patient information. Handles routine inquiries from patients and staff. Performs blood sample collection or phlebotomy as a primary duty including 25% or more of scheduled hours. Must demonstrate competency, productivity, and compassion on a sustained basis with all patients presenting for service. Understands and follows HFHS Standards of Excellence to support a culture of exceptional customer service skills when interacting with patients, co-workers.and caregivers. Reviews laboratory request forms for complete demographic and order entry information and resolves discrepancies as needed. Exercises care in specimen handling and order entry to protect the identify and integrity of samples. Following successful completion of competency assessment. may perform processing, testing, and reporting of selected CLIA waived tests without direct supervision. Complies with established departmental and institutional policies and procedures. objectives, quality assessment and improvement programs. safety,environmental, and infection control standards. Helps ensure a safe work place. Reports any unsafe condition to supervisors. Assists in the training of employees and students. Attends and participates in department continuing education and in-service programs. May instruct patients and health care staff in the proper methods for lab specimen collection and handling. Within established parameters, may perform a variety of clerical tasks, transport specimens, prepare samples for testing, record temperatures, and use specified laboratory equipment. May perform other duties as requested or required to maintain operations.

Hospital Affiliation: HENRY FORD HEALTH SYSTEM

Qualifications: EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE REQUIRED: High schoolgraduate or equivalent required. Ability to follow written and verbal instructions and demonstrate exceptional customer service skills is required. A minimum of six months experience in phlebotomy is required. New employees must successfully complete competency evaluation and demonstrate safety and proficiency with all patient ages who are likely to present for service. For assignments requiring travel off-site, candidates must possess and maintain a valid Michigan motor vehicle license and reliable transportation with insurance. Experience in a hospital or clinic laboratory is preferred. Familiarity with medical terminology preferred. Must meet or exceed core customer service responsibilities, standards, and behaviors as outlined in the HFHS Customer Service policy as summarized below: Communication; Ownership; Understanding; Motivation; Sensitivity; Excellence; Teamwork; Respect; Must practice the customer service skills as provided through ongoing training and in-services. Must possess the following personal qualities: Be self-directed; Be flexible and committed to the team concept; Demonstrate teamwork, initiative, and willingness to learn; Possess interpersonal skills and communication skills; Be willing to instruct others; and Be open to new learning experiences. PHYSICAL DEMANDS/WORKING CONDITIONS: Regularly exposed to infection from disease-bearing specimens, organs and tissues. Occasional exposure to radiation hazards. Exposures to odorous and/or toxic chemicals and specimens. Must be capable of standing and walking for prolonged periods to perform work duties. Must be able to perform computer order entry in an accurate manner according to peer based performance standards of productivity.

Salary & Benefits: Competitive Salary & Benefits


Phlebotomist - Apply Now

(Part Time)
Location: St. Joseph Mercy Oakland
Post Date: 11/18/2022 12:00:00 AM

Category: Phlebotomist

Description: Collect blood samples using appropriate phlebotomy technique and following all policies related to handling of blood specimens. Recognizes factors that affect specimen collection procedures and test results such as specific patient indicators, order of draw, and timed specimens. Proficient in a variety of collection techniques such as vacutainer, syringe, butterfly, and capillary methods. Rotates to outpatient labs as needed. Carry hospital pager in order to respond to department needs including communication, staffing, and stats. Rotates to inpatient/outpatient specimen processing areas. To include answering the phone, putting specimens on automated line, centrifuging, manually logging in specimens, managing stat paging, answering requests for results, and courier dispatch for outreach operations, entry of lab test requests into the computer. Performs miscellaneous computer duties as assigned. Completes daily job assignments and follows Job Instruction Sheets. Maintains equipment and work area in a clean manner. Works independently with minimal supervision. To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform the competencies/essential functions satisfactorily with or without reasonable accommodation. Disclaimer: The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being assigned to this job. They are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills required of individuals in the job.

Hospital Affiliation: TRINITY

Qualifications: Minimum Education, Licensure / Certification and Experience Required. A. Education High School diploma or equivalent. Completion of Medical Assistant/Certified Nursing Assistant or Phlebotomy program or equivalent required. Two year college degree in biological science or health related field, preferred. B. Licensure / Certification Current cert one of the following: AMT (American Medical Technologist) ASCP (American Soc of Clinical Pathologists); NCPT (National Soc of Certified Phlebotomy Technicians); or NCCT (Nat'l Center for Competency Testing); See below for cert. requirement. Should associate not complete the certification as stated in #1 above within 12 months of start of position, he/she shall no longer be qualified for position and will be "displaced" in accordance with bargaining language. Current Heart Saver (HS) certification. C Special Skill / Aptitudes Fast paced patient service environment. Must be able to stand, walk and move for up to 100% of work hours. Minimal sitting involved. Demonstrated knowledge of medical terminology, medical laboratory orders, container types, anatomy and physiology as it relates to phlebotomy. Familiarity with PC applications preferred. Excellent customer service orientation skills necessary in order to deal effectively with various levels of hospital personnel, outside customers and community groups. II Position Qualifications: Minimum Education, Licensure / Certification and Experience Required. Experience A minimum of 3 months inpatient phlebotomy or working experience in a medical or health industry in order to gain a comprehensive understanding of patient care - OR - A documented successful competion of phlebotomy externship.

Salary & Benefits: Competitive Salary & Benefits


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