Laboratory Care Technician
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Working with diverse populations within a healthcare environment, the Laboratory Care Technician plays an important role in providing quality, proficient and professional services in keeping with Fairview Values as they interact with our patients, families and co-workers. The LCT performs laboratory specimen collection at various Fairview or outreach locations, as well as, provides for safe and secure specimen handling and point of care testing. Responsible for accurately entering orders and collection information into the Laboratory Information System and associated subsystems; monitoring computer logs for incomplete work; scheduling tests/procedures and providing results in LIS/HIS and over the phone, the LCT's attention to detail and accuracy are the foundation for our providing quality laboratory services. Working as an individual or team member, the LCT continuously works towards providing quality service improvement and optimum support to the department and team members in achieving Fairview's goals.
HS diploma/GED and completion of a formal phlebotomy education program with didactic and clinical components; completion of an accredited Phlebotomy School/Course (an original transcript or certification of completion must be provided at the time of the interview); or HS diploma/GED and completion of one year of full time clinical phlebotomy and laboratory experience; or enrollment in second year of MLT or MLS program.
Must have or be eligible to receive ASCP/ACA/AMT certification. Initial proof of existing certification and receipt of ASCP/ACA/AMT phlebotomy certification within 15 months of hire. Certification must be maintained at the expense of the employee and is required for continued employment.
Successful customer service background within a diverse cultural setting.Preferred Experience
Prior laboratory experience in a hospital or clinic setting in a similar capacity
Prior direct contact with patients in a health care setting
exposure to/or experience with computerized order/data entry systems
prior work experience in an environment requiring critical thinking skills
For more than 100 years, Fairview has been improving the health of the communities we serve. We have grown into one of Minnesota???s largest nonprofit organizations. Today, we are more than 20,000 employees providing exceptional care and leading health care innovations that will sustain us into the future.
We partner with one of the nation???s top research and teaching facilities - the University of Minnesota and its Academic Health Center. Our partnership is a national model that enables us to provide breakthrough medicine to our patients.
Our caregivers and leaders are re-envisioning patient care during a time of transformational change in health care. From ground-breaking care models in our primary care facilities to unique collaborative relationships with payers and employers and implementation of new technologies, we???re committed to improving the overall value of our clinical quality and experience for our patients as we reduce the cost of care.
We are hospitals, clinics, home care, hospice, rehabilitation, pharmacy services and much more. To the communities we serve, we are known as a healthcare leader, community partner and trusted advocate. As an employer, we nurture the teamwork, passion and excellence needed to deliver our promise of exceptional care to our patients.
We offer competitive compensation and comprehensive benefits to fit your life.
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