Clinical Lab Scientist - Part Time 12hr

Requisition ID
2017-7017
Category
Laboratory
Facility
Fresno Heart & Surgical Hospital (FHSH)
US-CA-Fresno
Posted Date
11/10/2017

Overview

Fresno Heart and Surgical Hospital (FHSH) is a unique specialty hospital in Central California known for its luxurious accommodations, excellent patient experience and five-star cardiac, vascular and bariatric surgery services. Healthgrades and patients alike, have rated our facility among the top California hospitals when it comes to providing a healing environment. More than 90% of patients surveyed indicated they �would definitely� recommend us to family and friends. Healthgrades also ranks us in the top 5% nationally, recognizing our hotel-like environment and service with the Outstanding Patient Experience Award, eight years in a row. We have 48 private patient suites that are able to accommodate a patient's overnight guest. Also, an additional nine private intensive care suites. We are a technologically advanced facility with surgical suites that promote minimally-invasive techniques for cardiac, vascular, bariatric and general surgery.

Responsibilities

Responsible for the day-to-day oversight of the laboratory operation and personnel performing testing and reporting test results. Performs all laboratory tests accurately, efficiently, and in a timely manner following the laboratory's established policies and procedures. Communicates with nursing staff and physicians regarding patient testing issues. Provides consultation regarding laboratory testing issues. Uses knowledge of quality control, equipment operation, and clinical correlation of patient results to determine validity of testing results. Recognizes critical values and follows appropriate notification procedure.

Qualifications

Bachelors degree in Chemical, Physical or Biological Science or Medical Technology. LICENSES/CERTIFICATIONS MINIMUM REQUIRED: State of California Clinical Laboratory Scientist License.

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