Is responsible to the section or shift supervisor and provides precise and accurate laboratory test results in a manner consistent with
Laboratory and Hospital Standards, Policies, and Procedures.
- MT/MLT, AMT, or HEW registry or MT/MLT registry eligible. If registry eligible, licensure must be completed within one year of start date.
- Associate's degree in a chemical, physical, biological, or clinical science or medical laboratory technology from an accredited
institution. Or Bachelor's degree if MT.
- One year of clinical experience desired.