A Medical Technician performs laboratory analysis of patient specimens for use in the diagnosis and treatment of disease for all patient populations to include geriatrics, adults, children, infants, and neonates, in accordance with established Federal, State, and regulatory specifications, as well as District and Department policies and procedures. A Medical Technician performs assigned tasks within a designated discipline, to include one or more of the following: General Chemistry, Hematology, Immunology/Serology, Microbiology, Special Chemistry, Toxicology, Transfusion Services and Urinalysis.
Must have documented evidence of at least an Associate’s Degree in Medical Technology from an accredited college or university; or successful completion of a 50-week military training program for medical laboratory specialists. Courses in computer science or experience with Hospital and Laboratory information systems are desirable.
Andy McCall | Team Leader
McCall & Lee, LLC
Iowa; IA; Medical Tech, Med Tech, MT, Medical Technologist; MLT, Medical Lab Technician