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Phlebotomist needed for temporary, part-time and full-time positions in physicians’ offices


  • Serves patients by identifying the best method for retrieving blood samples and other specimens, preparing specimens for laboratory testing, and performing screening procedures.

  • Verifies test requisitions by comparing information with patient file.

  • Verifies patient identification and explains sampling procedures to patients.

  • Obtains blood specimens by performing venipunctures and finger sticks.

  • Maintains specimen integrity by using aseptic technique, following department procedures, and observing isolation procedures.

  • Tracks collected specimens by initialing, dating, and noting times of collection and maintaining daily tallies of collections performed.

  • Monitors glucose levels by performing bedside glucose tests, recording results, and reporting results to unit nurse-manager.

  • Performs bleeding-times tests by entering results to the computer and notifying pathologist of results falling outside normal ranges.

  • Maintains quality results by following department procedures and testing schedule, recording results in the quality-control log, and identifying and reporting needed changes.

  • Maintains safe, secure, and healthy work environment by following standards and procedures and complying with legal regulations.

  • Resolves unusual test orders by contacting the physician, pathologist, or reference laboratory, referring unresolved orders back to the originator for further clarification, and notifying supervisor of unresolved orders.

  • Updates job knowledge by participating in educational opportunities, reading professional publications, and participating in professional organizations.

  • Serves and protects the healthcare facility community by adhering to professional standards, institutional policies and procedures, federal, state, and local requirements, and Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO).

  • Reassures patients who are nervous about sampling procedures and applies dressings to wounds created by blood draws.

  • Updates patient records.

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