A Everett specialty heath care provider is seeking a Phlebotomist to perform a variety of specimen collection techniques from patients in patient service centers, skilled nursing facilities, assisted living locations, and client facilities. Additional duties may include: reception, collection of billing information, specimen processing and client and customer service duties. An ideal candidate will maintain a professional relationship with patients, clients and peers, and perform all tasks in accordance with the company's safety and compliance programs.
High school diploma or GED. At least 1 year of recent, directly related experience to include 3 months practicum gained in a clinical, hospital, or laboratory setting.
Phlebotomy Certification by an accredited agency, completion of an approved phlebotomy training course, MLT (ASCP) Certificate, or LPN/RN Licensure. Must meet all state and local requirements (Washington). Knowledge of medical terminology Ability to type (min. 30 wpm- tested) Ability to work without direct supervision Ability to perform standard phlebotomy procedures and techniques. Ability to communicate effectively, oral and written. Knowledge of appropriate blood processing and handling procedures. Ability to accurately complete and maintain administrative documents and records. Ability to understand and follow specific clinical protocol, specifications, and procedures. Knowledge of supplies, equipment, and/or services ordering and inventory control. Knowledge of relevant clinical and patient care regulations, policies, procedures, and standards
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: Performs a variety of routine blood drawing procedures, to include venipuncture and capillary techniques, using standard equipment such as vacutainer tubes and holders, tourniquets, syringes and butterfly needles. Facilitates the unobserved collection of urine specimens Greets patients. Interacts directly with patient to obtain information for laboratory records, explain procedures, allay fears, and elicit cooperation. To adhere to the National Patient Safety Goals: Completes test requisition to include patient demographics, accurate required billing information, and transcription of client test orders. Centrifuges blood specimens as necessary to maintain specimen integrity Processes, labels, and stores specimen samples for subsequent analysis. Maintains inventory of supplies, reordering as required. Performs various quality control procedures to maintain compliance with internal and external regulations. Operates Laboratory Information System (LIS) for entry of patient demographics, test orders, billing information. Frequently uses office equipment including telephone, computer, fax, etc. Performs telephone and other clerical duties. Maintains a safe and sanitary work environment. Performs light cleaning of work area. May Perform specialized collection to include breath alcohol testing and hair collection. Performs miscellaneous job-related duties as assigned. Occasionally delivers specimens between locations.
FULL TIME PAY: $15-$20 hourly- DOE Potential for PERMANENT
For IMMEDIATE CONSIDERATION please respond with resume to Chanele@provisional.com
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