Allentown, Pennsylvania (USA). The Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine at Health Network Laboratories is seeking a clinical pathologist with board certification/board eligibility in Blood Banking and Transfusion Medicine with experience in patient blood management and coagulation. Candidates with additional experience in apheresis and/or board certification/board eligibility in hematopathology are encouraged to apply.
Health Network Laboratories provides services to Lehigh Valley Health Network as well as many surgery centers and outpatient physician practices and clinics in central and eastern Pennsylvania. The successful candidate will possess the ability to maintain a high level of productivity and service while working collaboratively with clinical colleagues and staff.
MD or DO degree with successful licensure through the completion of the United States Medical Licensing Examination (USMLE) or its equivalency. It will be expected that if not currently Board certified the individual will be Board eligible and seek appropriate Board Certification(s) in Clinical Pathology (CP) or Anatomic Pathology and Clinical Pathology (AP/CP) in addition to the appropriate subspecialty certification(s).
About Health Network Laboratories
Health Network Laboratories (HNL), headquartered in Allentown, Pa., has more than 60 Patient Service Centers (PSCs) conveniently located throughout central and eastern Pennsylvania and New Jersey. HNL has been providing high quality, advanced laboratory diagnostic testing to communities for more than 15 years. When you choose Health Network Laboratories, you can expect superior service every time. As a College of American Pathologists (CAP)-accredited laboratory, we meet the highest standards of excellence in quality laboratory practices.
We are consistently rated highly by patients, physicians, nursing homes and clients in all areas of laboratory performance and customer satisfaction. This is no small feat. Our dedicated team of over 1000 colleagues makes it happen – and they do it because they care about patients.