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Performs various chemical, analytical, and bacteriological tests to obtain data used in the diagnosis and treatment of diseases.
1. 1. Demonstrates the ability to perform clinical/technical/ service/administrative tasks.
2. 2. Performs technical procedures in blood bank chemistry /hematology including but not limited to coagulation and urinalysis as outlined in the policy and procedure manual(s).
3. 3. Performs periodic/scheduled and as needed maintenance on instrumentation/equipment. Maintains documentation including remedial action for problems encountered.
4. 4. Performs quality control and calibration procedures when indicated; verifies in laboratory information system; records on QC logs.
5. 5. Ensures that all required Quality Control and/ or calibration procedures are completed by signing out the records appropriately- per shift/daily/monthly etc., a) All QC are logged in the LIS and indicated on the Charts when needed)Signs all QC Logs.
6. 6. Maintains all records as per the regulatory requirements: card files, patient requisitions, LIS Documentation, statistical data.
7. 7. Consults with the Supervisor or the Pathologist, if needed, on all important results, conflicting or out of range (recognized patterns specified in policy) results. Notes inadequate volume and/ or abnormal appearance of sample
8. 8. Reviews all Critical Test results by repeat analysis if necessary, and communicates the same to Nursing Staff/ Physician every time. Supervisor/Pathologist is always notified in extreme cases. Enters the details of the Critical Value
- B.S. in Medical Technology or equivalent education to meet NYS DOH technologist standards. ASCP preferred or NCA certification.
- Knowledge of universal precaution & chemical waste protocol.
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