Medical Technologist/MLT - Microbiology
The Medical Technologist assists the professional staff in conducting, evaluating, and documenting routine and specialized tests of blood and other specimens in the areas of hematology, coagulation, serology, chemistry, urinalysis, and microbiology. The Medical Technologist is responsible for meeting and maintaining established medical and laboratory protocols. At a minimum, must perform established Washington Health System Core Medical Technologist Skills & Responsibilities.
Bachelor’s Degree in medical technology, clinical laboratory, chemical, physical or biological AND at least two (2) years’ experience in a role equivalent to that of a Medical Laboratory Technician (MLT) in a clinical laboratory (Biology/Microbiology preferred); OR Associates Degree in chemical, physical or biological science or medical laboratory or equivalent educations and training; OR Individuals performing high complexity testing on or before April 24, 1995 with a high school diploma or equivalent with documented training may continue to perform testing only on those tests for which training was documented prior to September 1, 1997.
ASCP or other appropriate licensing agency preferred.
Department: Lab - Microbiology
Hours: 40 hours per week.
Internal Posting: April 26 - May 3, 2022
Bachelors or better.
1 year: Lab Experience
Employing more than 2,000+ highly trained medical professionals, Washington Health System provides health care services at more than 40 off-site locations throughout three counties. In addition, Washington Health System has diagnostic centers, outpatient care facilities, and the Wilfred R. Cameron Wellness Center, all seamlessly working together to provide excellent patient and family centered care.
Our goal at Washington Health System is to provide the community with an integrated healthcare system centered around patients and families that is comprised of leading medical experts, advanced technology and innovative procedures. We focus on streamlined processes set to improve patient care communication and coordination between our hospital, physicians, programs, services and practices so that we can obtain better patient outcomes while delivering the best possible care and experience.