Phlebotomy Solutions is looking for phlebotomist to join our team and be a part of Healthcare Revolution in Preventative Care.
We’re very excited about building the best multi-disciplinary team of Certified phlebotomy technicians for our rapidly growing Chicago-based company. We are a national organization with office in all 50 states.
At Phlebotomy Solutions , phlebotomist like you can earn money in your spare time, practicing the low-risk employment you’ve always wanted to! You’ll work with other healthcare professionals to provide our members with deep and personalized understanding of their health based on the diagnostic assessments that Phlebotomy Solutions provides. Excellence is not just encouraged. It is expected at every level — from the moment a patient and their family enters our doors and is greeted by our Red Coats to the time they are ready to go home with a comprehensive follow-up plan from their physician and pharmacist team. For this to happen, we do everything possible to allow our phlebotomist to deliver the highest-quality care. That means providing resources, re-evaluating processes, offering continued education programs and building each phlebotomist competencies to ensure the best outcomes possible.
If you believe in collaborative healthcare, increasing patients’ roles in wellness management, and using emergent healthcare technologies, we want to talk to you!
- Conducts quality laboratory testing and result reporting.
- Ensures that results are reported in compliance with the goals and standards of the department applicable accrediting organizations (AHCA, CLIA, COLA, and JCAHO).
- Accurately identifies each patient specimen and testing orders and ensures results are accurate and reported in a timely manner.
- Ensures specimen integrity and identification and resolves specimens not meeting testing criteria.
- Identifies and resolves pending specimen results from laboratory information system for assigned departments.
- Reports pertinent information to the physician, patient care area or supervisor (e.g., panic values, instrument malfunctions, delay in testing, reagent or supply depletion).
- Notes “dates opened” and “expiration dates” on reagents, controls, etc., and uses reagents and controls only to their expiration dates.
- Maintains cleanliness of work areas and keeps work areas Organizational and stocked.
- Follows safety procedures and utilizes all safety devices and personal protective equipment per protocol.
- Follows troubleshooting procedures to correct deficiencies or problems as they occur with instruments and equipment.
- Ensures instrument operation and results are reliable and performs maintenance checks, start ups, and shut downs as assigned or required.
- Answers the telephone, greets customers and provides consult and technical support to the physicians, phlebotomists and nursing staff.
- Follows quality control policy and ensures controls are within acceptable limits before patient results are reported.
- Documents quality control and out of range results in an appropriate manner.
- Other duties as assigned.
- This position involves turning, stooping, bending, stretching, walking and standing.
- The average amount of lifting is 10 pounds with occasional carrying of objects up to 20 pounds.
- Sitting for short periods of time, the ability to file, move records, laboratory supplies, and equipment are also required physical duties.
- Communication by means of the spoken, written and typed word is required.
- Work requires finger dexterity and eye hand coordination to operate a computer keyboard at a moderate skill level.
- Mental Demands: Ability to work at a fast pace and to prioritize multiple assignments/projects and respond to numerous requests; ability to resolve conflicts among staff and to work collaboratively with department director, physicians and other members of the healthcare team; ability to ensure operational efficiency; ability to problem solve and make decisions; ability to exercise self-control and tolerate stress when dealing with multiple requests and/or conflicting demands from multiple customers.
- Special Demands: Use of personal protective equipment is required as there is a potential for exposure to biohazardous or infectious agents when drawing and processing specimens.
- Confidentiality: The employee has access to the entire medical record for the purpose of charting and correcting laboratory results AND review of physician orders.
- The access is limited to the amount reasonably necessary to achieve the purpose of the laboratory testing request.
- The disclosure or requests that occur on a routine or recurring basis include patient demographics, condition and laboratory results.
- Note: The above stated duties are intended to outline those functions typically performed by individuals assigned to this classification.
- This description of duties is not intended to be all inclusive nor to limit the discretionary authority of supervisors to assign other tasks of similar nature or level of responsibility.