A medical technologist has the appropriate educational background to perform laboratory procedures on neonatal, pediatric, and adult specimens using established and approved protocols that require the broad exercise of independent judgment and responsibility with minimal technical supervision, maintains equipment and records, and performs quality assurance activities related to test performance. Performs a variety of laboratory tests on blood, tissue and body fluids using both automated and manual methods. A technologist performs a broad range of laboratory procedures in one or more areas such as chemistry, hematology, immunology, immunohematology or microbiology. Ensures the delivery of quality laboratory services and accurate, timely reporting of lab test results which meets the standards of practice, established policies and procedures, and applicable laws and regulations at West Boca Medical Center and/or off site at West Boca Emergency Center. A technologist adheres to the legal responsibilities and scope of practice as written by the Board of Clinical Laboratory Personnel, State of Florida. The technologistâ��s role subsumes all aspects of the technicianâ��s role.
(including required licensure/certifications, education and job knowledge / experience)
Preferred: Experience and/or education should relate to any combination recognized by state of Florida for license as Clinical Lab Technologist. Minimum 1-5 years as a Medical Technologist rotating in technical areas or section in an acute care hospital laboratory.
Must successfully pass a color blindness test prior to employment
Job: Med Tech
Primary Location: Boca Raton, Florida
Facility: West Boca Medical Center
Job Type: PT2Y
Shift Type: Rotate
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