The Technologist is responsible for the timely and accurate test analysis using moderately complex methods and/or instrumentation. Reporting of results for patient samples is often interpretive in nature. He/She is also responsible for instrument maintenance/standardization, daily quality control and adherence to all laboratory policies.
Analyzes patient samples using current, moderately complex laboratory methods/instrumentation; adheres to quality control and quality assurance protocols; reports results of patient sample analysis using computer/instrument interface options; performs the duties of a Clinical Technologist III or II as needed; answers telephone inquiries; participates in the training of other technologists, technicians and/or residents; performs instrument preventative maintenance as scheduled or needed; performs method/instrument troubleshooting as needed; participation in continuing education.
B.S. degree in Medical Technology; or B.S. degree in Chemistry, Biochemistry or Biology with at least 1 year relevant clinical laboratory experience; or A.A.S degree with a total of 90 credit hours (per NYS distribution requirements) and at least 1 year of relevant clinical laboratory experience; or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
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