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great place
PHLEBOTOMIST (Former Employee), wall njJanuary 11, 2015
loved working there great hours great people
supervisor was always willing to work with you
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Good Starting Lab Job
Genetics (Current Employee), RTPJanuary 11, 2015
Pros: great starting job
Cons: slow advancement
It is a great location to get your foot into the field if you do not have a lot of college experience working in a lab. They are willing to train you in various skills in a particular field. There are lots of different departments which allow you to change after you have a year of experience.
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Pleasant, clean atmosphere.
Data Entry Clerk (Former Employee), Columbus, GAJanuary 10, 2015
Pros: great benefit package. vacation and sick time were excellent. insurance was good.
Learned something new each day. Never boring. Supervisor was hard working and empathic to work with. She expected job to be done to company policy. Co workers were like family. Work load was very tolerable and goals were met each and every day.
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My job is pretty good! Demaning at times, but good
Laboratory Assistant (Current Employee), Nashville, TNJanuary 9, 2015
Pros: always work, pretty secure
Cons: high turnover, nightshift, shortstaff always seems.
Overall, lack of advancement unless out of state, Lack of communication all around,Leadership improvement,supervision and staff improvement in my dept.
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Productive
Specimen Management Supervisor (Former Employee), Phoenix, AZJanuary 9, 2015
Pros: full gym on site
Consistent heavy work flow, great team collaboration; repetitive daily work
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not a good place to work
Phlebotomist/Technician LabCorp (Former Employee), Monroe, NYJanuary 7, 2015
Pros: helping people
Cons: too many to list
The company is very demanding but understaffed an under paid. The job its is stressful enough by its self. But even harder when the company isn't helping.
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Pizza
Patient Service Technician (Current Employee), Newport News, VAJanuary 7, 2015
Making pizza inputting inventory making schedules meeting new people making sure that they like their product
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my day at work
Patient Service Technician (Former Employee), Rowlett, TxJanuary 6, 2015
Pros: working with a great person thats drama free!!!
Cons: too busy for breaks
A typical day at my old job included coming in greeting patients, entering orders, drawing by venipuncture, processing, ordering supplies, faxing standing order requests, biometric screenings, urine drug screens, inventory, and stocking
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Good Career Field
Non Technical Supervisor (Former Employee), Tampa, FLJanuary 6, 2015
Pros: the people
Laboratory Corporation of America was challenging with a lot of very hard working people. The days were very demanding of putting in a lot of over time. The Managers and Supervisors are outstanding.
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Fast Paced & busy diagnostic testing facility
Patient Service Tech/Site Coordinator (Former Employee), Fairfax, VAJanuary 5, 2015
Pros: over time is always available
Cons: may require you to travel to northern virginia
Prepared patients for collection procedures associated with laboratory samples
Collected routine skin puncture & venous specimens for testing as required
Prepare specimens for transport to ensure stability of sample and quality test results
Maintained patient confidentiality
Performed quality assurance checks while carrying out clerical & technical duties
Transported specimens to the laboratory
Complied with procedures instituted in the company procedure manual
Promoted good public relations with patients & clients & coworkers
Managed other phlebotomist that work at the PSC
Provided training for new employees
Assisted in collecting and documenting monthly workload & recording data
Collected and perform Point Of Care Testing
Performed quality control checks on POCT instruments
Process specimens & perform basic laboratory testing
Collected urine & urine drug screen specimens
Performed administrative / clerical duties
Performed other assigned duties
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Fun Workplace
Lab Technician (Former Employee), IndianapolisJanuary 5, 2015
Pros: working with patients
Cons: excessive travel
Busy environment, nice coworkers, most enjoyable experience is working with patients.
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Great Job
Healthcare Billing Specialist (Current Employee), Greensboro, NCJanuary 2, 2015
This is a great company to work for. The employees are helpful at all times. This is an place where you can advance
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This company is a big club for exclusive members
Phlebotomist (Former Employee), Stoughton, MAJanuary 2, 2015
Pros: coworkers, patients
Cons: management
Loved my coworkers however management here is fraudulent. The job itself is wonderful however the company is awful.
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Unorganized
Phlebotomist (Current Employee), Baltimore, MDJanuary 1, 2015
Pros: salary
Cons: work enviornment unorganized
Poor management ,very unorganized company ,excellent salary
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Productive and fun workplace.
Accession Processor (Former Employee), San Diego, CADecember 31, 2014
Pros: do over time when you can.
Cons: clock in and out of your breas.
Good training.
Fast pace doing your work.
This company let you learn various sections of the process of specimens and departments.
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Great company
Insurance Billing Specialist (Former Employee), Indianapolis, INDecember 31, 2014
I had a pretty positive experience with this company. I love the people I worked with and what I did. My only problem was the pay. I was a transfer from a different city and I was not given a pay raise. They actually started me out lower than a new hire would have made in my position. That is why I left.
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Rapidly growing company in the healthcare industry
Regional Manager (Current Employee), Jackson, MSDecember 31, 2014
Focused on quality service and growth in the industry. One of the best reference laboratories. Offers competitive benefits and salaries.
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lab corporation that is customer interaction and healthcare
Lead Coordinator (Current Employee), berwyn,paDecember 29, 2014
Daily agenda:
Greeting patients with care and verifying insurance, demographics, and lab work information. Following safety protocol to venipuncture or other lab works. Handling, labelling, and processing all specimens in a proper procedures followed by all employees. Answering and assisting other employees with information. Guiding other employees with directions for protocol on specific lab work and training healthcare computer system codes.
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fun workplace
Phlebotomist Lead (Former Employee), Palmdale, CADecember 28, 2014
Pros: friendly work enviroment
Cons: little or no breaks, and long hours
80 to 120 draws per shift. out patient laboratory. Specimen shipment, aliquot, develop, and input data on all specimens. Lead others with procedures and protocol .Travel to different sites, closing patient service centers every shift. Made sure that all specimens were accounted for. Time management forms and supply ordering etc..
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Great company to work for
specimen accessioner (Current Employee), north carolinaDecember 27, 2014
Pros: pay, vacation days, benefits
Cons: advancement is difficult and slow
Okay, I know that title makes me sound like an HR guy just trying to boost it up but nope! This is a great company, seriously. Out of the 50+ jobs I had applied for, LabCorp is one of only 3 interviews I scored and the only offer I got. I gladly accepted; I had been trying to get into an entry level position in a laboratory for some time. I have no collegiate degrees, only a HS diploma but I close to my degree. My only relevant experience is none. All jobs before this were fast food...

So it is a nice change. As a specimen accessioner, the job is extremely repetitive. Be prepared for that..it's literally the very same thing 8 hours a day: set up station (with name/date stamps, pens, box cutter, scanner, printer, aliquot tray, etc). Receive bin of 47 urine specimens. Cut open bag, sign/stamp/date the form, scan the barcodes, put new barcode stickers on urine bottles and test tube, pour urine from primary bottle into test tube, put tube in aliquot tray, put the bottles in a box and repeat. Until you process roughly 400-500 specimens per day. It wears on your back pretty quick when you first start, your neck too (sitting at station looking at computer), and popping the little tabs to open the bottles tears up your thumb pretty quick. Once you get past that it;s EXTREMELY mindless and easy; just go through the motions and do the work while listening to your music.

I learned a lot of laboratory procedures and about stuff like ergonomics, GC-MS, OSHA, EHS, GLP, GMP, etc.

Management was fine. The supervisor was strict but fair. Team leaders were exceptionally awesome..even helped – more... me out with gas money until my first check since they knew I had just moved there for the job.

Co-workers were varied GREATLY. There were about 25 of us accessioners in the lab. Had super religious christians who were more like big innocent children, had people who had lived in the HOOD and dealt with a lot of nonsense from the city, had gays and lesbians, devout Muslims, an orthodox Jew, plenty of nerds, and plenty of bar hoppers/club goers.

There is no hardest part of this job. It is exceedingly easy.

Most enjoyable is simply being able to sit back enjoy my music and do the work. I see the work pile up next to me and know what I have to do to get done for the day; I can see my pile of work grow smaller and smaller, and this is enjoyable forme (relatively speaking)

Also, time off is easy. It's all online. You accrue 2.77 hours of Paid Leave per week (it adds up quickly) and request your time off through LabCorp's intranet. A few paid holidays, including 4th of july, new years day and labor day. – less

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