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Phlebotomist: 40 Hours Per Week (Days)

PCL Alverno

This is a Full-time position in Chicago, IL posted February 13, 2021.

Amita Health St. Mary and ElizabethLocation: 2233 West Division Street Chicago, IL 60622Shift: Day Shift (6:00 am – 2:30 pm)FTE: 1.0WHY ALVERNOWe are a highly reliable scientific organization building a culture of service. Our commitment advances the health, wellness and continuity of care in the communities we serve. We are one of the largest integrated laboratory networks serving hospitals in the Midwest region. Our network includes 32 hospitals and multiple physician offices.WHAT WILL YOU DOThis individual is responsible for collection of blood specimens, for performing laboratory office duties, and processing laboratory specimens. Laboratory office duties will include registering patients, accurately and completely entering all necessary data into the computer system, specimen accessioning, answering telephone calls, and processing paperwork. Specimen processing duties will include preparation of specimens for testing and/or for sending to the central laboratory or to a reference laboratory. In addition to handling blood, body fluid and urine specimens according to established procedures, they may also perform limited waived and specified non-waived POC tests as authorized by the Laboratory Director. In some facilities this individual, as required, will act as a driver and participate in the on-call rotation.WHAT WE ARE LOOKING FORHigh School Diploma or GED equivalent.Previous phlebotomy experience and/or training is required.Background in a medical laboratory and/or knowledge of medical terminology is preferred.Valid driver’s license and a good driving record.May be required to travel/drive to other locations.

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