Conduct cGMP and SOP review of all new products and processes to ensure the accuracy of the data. Assist in writing and revising standard operating procedures (SOPs).
Performs quality control and problem solving to ensure the accuracy of customer service. Identify and document problems and problems.
Participate in proficiency testing and report to internal and external customers. Maintain accurate and complete records of all test results.
Communicate with staff and physicians to resolve problem-solving issues. Provide technical support to upper management. Perform weekly and monthly meetings as needed.
Demonstrate problem solving skills and ability to work independently and in a team environment. Participates in the development and execution of new programs and procedures.
Provide excellent customer service and problem solving skills. Communicate with physicians and patients. Maintain a clean and safe work environment.
Medical Technologist I (Generalist)
NHS Human Services
Follows CLIA, OSHA, and other regulatory guidelines as described in the hospital policy and procedures. Maintains patient confidentiality in accordance with HIPAA, medical and surgical policies and procedures.
Assists in the testing and implementation of the nursing department of clinical laboratory, hematology, Coagulation, blood Bank, and Microbiology.
Conducts blood chemistry testing, urinalysis, and serology tests for the supervisor. I have also been able to work independently and as a team member.
Assists in the development of a pediatric and neonatal intensive care unit. In addition, I have also been trained in the use of the neo-natal isolate and the use of the automated equipment.
Provides technical assistance to the staff in the areas of the department, including the following: The phlebotomy, clinical, laboratory, and nursing.
Perform all aspects of laboratory operations including but not limited to: Specimen processing, sample preparation, instrument maintenance, and troubleshooting.