Laboratory Assistant 3 - Pathology - Providence Portland Medical Center - 0.01 FTE, Variable
The Laboratory Assistant 3 is responsible for the accurate and timely receiving, processing, and labeling of laboratory specimens, and the appropriate handling and/or disbursement of laboratory data and patient results. Supports personnel work with acute-care and outpatient caregivers, vendors, consultants, and other Laboratory Services staff in performing their duty.
Two (2) years college education -OR- Verifiable experience which includes proficiency in moderately complex testing
Three (3) years healthcare, -OR- related field experience including phlebotomy-related experience
Demonstrated outstanding Service Excellence experience
Clerical or client services experience
Demonstrated experience with State and Federal and other regulatory Compliance regulations including CMS (Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services), CAP, TJC (The Joint Commission), CLIA, EMTALA, COBRA and HIPPA
Phlebotomy program with one (1) year of phlebotomy related experience -OR-
Certification from a Clinical Laboratory Assistant Program, -OR-
Three (3) years related experience
Courses in biological sciences, anatomy, and medical terminology
Certification in Phlebotomy, medical assisting, research, or clinical laboratory
Certification from an approved government agency or nationally recognized professional organization (ASCP, NCA, etc.)
Industry-related experience in a high volume, acute care setting
Two (2) years of phlebotomy, medical assisting, research, clinical laboratory experience
Job experience in specimen collection, specimen preparation and equipment operation, pneumatic tubes systems and other laboratory equipment
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Requsition ID: 119290
Company: Providence Jobs
Job Category: Clinical Laboratory
Job Function: Clinical Care
Career Track: Clinical Support
Department: 5001 PPMC PATHOLOGY
Address: OR Portland 4400 NE Halsey St
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