Job Description & Requirements
ASCP CERTIFIED. Collects blood specimens from patients in a variety of settings. Performs EKG's on patients in a variety of settings. Performs clerical duties: filing, bill-checking, etc. Performs admissions, registrations and laboratory order entry. Performs therapeutic phlebotomies and autologous donation collections. Performs urine drug screen collections. Performs breath alcohol testing. Performs housekeeping chores within the Laboratory Information System. Answers the telephone and, with a minimum of transfers, gets answers to callers' questions. Handles, ships, stores, retrieves and delivers patient specimens for testing. High School graduate (or equivalent). Working under general supervision, the phlebotomist will collect blood and body fluids, perform EKG's, communicate essential information to co-workers, maintain a professional manner in dealing with patients and co-workers, perform clerical duties such as filing, telephone communication and information system work, perform courier services to BDH clients and perform DOT urine collections and breath alcohol testing.