Maintains a professional image and exhibits excellent customer relations to patients, visitors, physicians, and co-workers in accordance with our Service Excellence Standards and Core Values.
Schedules personnel to provide adequate coverage to perform all assigned duties.
Handles personnel-related functions (e.g. selection, promotion, discipline) according to Laboratory and MRMC
Ensures that all tests and procedures are performed in accordance with all hospital, state, federal and agency standards and that results are valid and accurate prior to release.
Establishes and maintains an effective preventive maintenance program for all instruments and equipment in area of responsibility.
Prepares periodic and special analysis and reports required for management, pathologists and/or outside agencies.
Maintains appropriate levels of supplies and initiates purchase requisitions.
Responsible for instruction of students assigned to area.
Prepares annually, FTE, supplies, and capital equipment budget worksheets as requested by Laboratory Administration.
Assess laboratory’s readiness for inspection by CAP, DNV, AABB, SC DHEC, COLA and any applicable regulatory agency.
Communicates clearly with other medical center personnel to coordinate needs of employees assigned to section, laboratory, the medical center, patients and all other customers.
Meets with staff on a regular basis.
Analyze processes of highly complex testing to validate results and quality assurance.
Teaching as assigned:
- Precept new employee or student
- Present in-service to staff, students, or guests
- Present formal lecture to Medical Technology students
Performs bench work as needed and accordance with policy and procedures
Troubleshoots instrumentation and procedures in an effort to maintain an efficient workflow.
Orients new employees when hired and will train all employees if new procedures, instruments, or methods are established.
Monitors Turnaround Times by checking workstations and worklist.
· Minimum of twelve months training in accredited school of medical technology or equivalent work experience.
· Minimum of four years of experience in clinical laboratory
· Certification by recognized national certifying agency
· Minimum of a Baccalaureate degree in Medical Technology or in appropriate biological, chemical or physical
science from an accredited school
Florence, SC, United States