We Want U to join our University Health family, where providing the best patient care is our number one priority.
University Health is a proud provider of world-class healthcare to our communities. As an academic hospital, University Health upholds a strong commitment to state-of-the art treatment, clinical research, community education, and prevention programs. We are the proud clinical partner and hospital for the LSU Health Shreveport School of Medicine. Offering excellent benefits and competitive salaries, a career at UH opens up opportunities for professional growth and advancement.
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The Clinical Laboratory at University Health Shreveport is comprised of the main hospital lab, the Outpatient Lab located in the Ambulatory Care Building and the Special Hematology Lab in Feist-Weiller Cancer Center.
Employees may have the opportunity to work in highly specialized testing areas, such as flow cytometry, special coag, special chemisty, molecular, mycobacteriology, mycology, parasitology or bone marrow transplant. Evening and nigh shift technologists have the opportunity to work in all areas of a fast-paced core lab: hematology, blood bank and chemisty.
We provide a comprehensive training and orientation program, exposing you to a wide variety of laboratory tests while further developing your skills as a generalist. Learn more about the exciting opportunities waiting for you when you join our lab team!
The medical technologist performs routine and special laboratory assays of patient specimens, exercising independent judgment when evaluating the validity of test results prior to result reporting. Operates and calibrates all equipment in the area of specialization, evaluates the validity of laboratory data, records test results, communicates with physician, pathologists and nursing staff regarding test procedures and results.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS AND EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS:
Bachelor's degree required with a Certified Medical Technologist (ASCP) or Categorical and Specialist certification (ASCP).