Medical Laboratory Technician - FT Nights
St. Luke's Medical Center, LP - Phoenix, AZ

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Assumes, under the direction of the Laboratory Director and various group leaders, the responsibility for patient specimen testing, quality control, quality improvement and equipment maintenance. Accurately and promptly performs a variety of chemical, microscopic and bacteriologic tests to obtain data for use in the diagnosis and treatment of disease.
Candidate must be able to interact with all levels of staff in a variety of departments, physicians, patients, families, and external contacts when necessary.

A. Minimum Education: Two- to four-year structured program from an accredited college / university, including a clinical internship integrated into the program.

B. Minimum Experience:
C. Required Certification/Registration: Certification can be through National Certification Agency; Health, Education and Welfare; American Society of Clinical Pathologists; or American Medical Technology. Certification eligible within six months.

D. Must read, write and speak English fluently.

St. Luke’s Medical Center was opened in 1907 as the St. Luke’s Home for the treatment of patients with tuberculosis. In 1949, St. Luke’s was transformed into a hospital specializing in respiratory and cardiovascular diseases, general medicine, and surgery. Today, St. Luke’s Medical Center is a tertiary-care facility with 235 licensed beds, serving the greater Phoenix area and patients from across the United States. St. Luke’s offers a full range of healthcare services and programs, with a strong emphasis on surgical services, including cardiovascular, neurological, orthopedic, and bariatric procedures. The hospital utilizes some of the most advanced technology available, including a robotic surgical system for some procedures.

St. Luke's Medical Center / Tempe St. Luke's Hospital are Equal Opportunity Employers.