PT Micro Sup
Heartland Regional Medical Center 27 reviews - Marion, IL

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Performs routine and specialized moderate and high complexity laboratory tests on all types of blood and body fluid specimens under minimal supervision. Ensures accurate and reliable test results by adhering to a strict quality control program. Performs instrument function checks and preventative maintenance procedures according to department’s policies and procedures. Maintains records and statistical data according to regulatory requirements. Responsible for routine clerical duties including data entry /ordering tests, diagnosis entry, retrieval of results, charting and faxing results as needed. May be required to assume responsibility of the laboratory in the absence of Clinical Specialists or Directors. Demonstrates competence in care of neonatal, pediatric, adolescent, adult, and geriatric patients. Maintains the Mission and Values of the Heartland Regional Medical Center. Teaches new employees and students laboratory policies and procedures. Assists as needed in all laboratory areas as required to maintain appropriate patient care.


Bachelor of Science and successful completion of one year internship at accredited school of Medical technology or Associates degree from an accredited Medical laboratory technician program 4 years of experience and concurrent completion of Bachelors degree and MT registry.

One to two years experience preferred.

Registration as a Medical Technologist, MT/MLS (ASCP), MT(AMT), HEW, or CLS/(NCA) or equivalent required.



Primary Location

IL-Marion (Southern Illinois)


Heartland Regional Medical Center

Working Location

Marion IL


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About this company
27 reviews
Heartland Regional Medical Center is offering patients and physicians in southern Illinois access to the latest diagnositc imaging...