LICENSURE, CERTIFICATION, and/or REGISTRATION: Phlebotomy Technician Certification required. ASCP preferred or ASPT acceptable with ASCP registry certification within one year of hire or CMA certification with ASCP in Phlebotomy within six months of hire.
1. Adheres to the general Medical Center standards to promote a cooperative work environment by utilizing communication skills, interpersonal relationships and team building.
2. Assures accurate and timely collection of blood specimens, according to departmental practices.
3. Assures accurate identification and delivery of patient samples to appropriate lab sections.
4. Follows proper safety and identification procedures when dealing with patients and/or specimens under any circumstance or environment.
5. Demonstrates advanced knowledge of phlebotomy by serving as a willing resource to staff and applying knowledge in daily routines.
6. Improves work skills through self-study and continuing education.
7. Contributes to the smooth and efficient operation of the section and department.
8. Protects self, coworkers and facility by following approval policies and procedures to prevent the spread of blood borne and/or airborne diseases.
9. Exhibits and promotes the professional image of laboratories in accordance with hospital, department, and professional society philosophies, goals and standards of laboratory testing.
10. Provides age appropriate specimen collection in accordance with age specific guidelines for school age, adolescents, early adults, middle adults and/or late adults.
Ability to listen and communicate effectively
Ability to work cooperatively
Excellent customer service skills
Proficient in use of LIS electronic systems and lab reference material
May require working any shift in a 24-hour period, 7 days/week, including holidays and possibly taking call
Contact with patients under a wide variety of circumstances
Exposure to infection from disease-bearing specimens or patients
Exposure to risk of bloodborne/airborne disease
Possible exposure to odorous chemicals and specimens
Moderate noise environment
Subject to injury from sharps
May require judgment/action which could result in death of patient
Subject to many interruptions
Occasionally subject to irregular hours
Subject to stressful situations
Must wear protective equipment (gloves, gowns/lab coats, eye protection, face protection)
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