Deaconess Laboratory Staff work in a progressive, highly computerized environment that performs services for inpatients and outpatients and emergency room patients. The health system includes six hospitals, more than 25 primary care locations and several specialty facilities. We have full-service Laboratories at Deaconess Hospital and Deaconess Gateway Hospital and more than 325 employees in the labs and outreach locations. We invite you to join the team and thank you for your interest in Deaconess
Position Summary - Phlebotomist
This position has responsibilities for timely collection and correct identification of specimens from patients for expeditious transport to appropriate laboratory section for testing. Additional responsibilities include providing test result information to authorized persons in a timely manner and performing other associated clerical duties in a manner to assure the effective function of the Reception/Collection areas.
Qualifications (one of the following)
High school diploma or GED, and certified as a Clinical Laboratory Assistant by the American Society of Clinical Pathologist (ASCP)
High school graduate and certified as a Phlebotomist by the ASCP or National Phlebotomy Association (NPA)
High school graduate with previous phlebotomy experience and/or five years experience in a medical/clinical office setting.
Graduate of a certified phlebotomy program
Associate degree as a Medical Assistant or other hospital related field
Proof of education will be required. This proof will be in the form of an authenticated copy of an original diploma or transcripts. Transcripts may be required if further definition of a degree is needed.
At least one of the following is desired but not required:
Certified as a Clinical Laboratory Assistant by the American Society of Clinical Pathologists (ASCP)
Certified as a Phlebotomist by the ASCP or National Phlebotomy Association (NPA)