DMC University Laboratories (DMCUL) is a regional, integrated laboratory system providing services to the eight hospitals of Detroit Medical Center . DMC University Laboratories evolved in 1993 and is comprised of Core Laboratories, Specialty Laboratories, two rapid response hospital laboratories, Centralized Stat Lab, Centralized Blood Bank Lab, and full service outreach infrastructure which includes patient service centers, remote ambulatory laboratories, marketing staff, courier system and billing department. The DMC University Laboratories service area covers the entire Southeast Michiganmarket, and is growing at a rapid pace with the following outstanding features: Test menu of over 1,000 tests, which includes high end specialty tests. Less than 1% of our tests are sent to outside reference laboratories. Provide reference laboratory services to many of the other healthcare systems in Southeastern Michigan and several out of state facilities.
Hours 9pm-5:30a, Sunday thru Thursday. Under general supervision and following established procedures, receives and prepares surgical and autopsy tissue specimens (including frozen sections and specimens for special study for microscopic and pathological examination. Receives, logs, and performs standard histological procedures (embedding, sectioning, staining, cover slipping, labeling, etc.) on routine surgical and autopsy tissues specimens. Performs advanced histotechniques in immunohistochemistry and electron microscopy. Assists pathologist with gross dissection of tissue specimens; sets up area, instruments and equipment; prepares chemical reagents and solutions. Files and retrieves slides, paraffin blocks and surgical pathology reports; prepares and correlates slides and surgical reports for pathologist. Operates and maintains all laboratory equipment (including performing quality control and preventive maintenance); replenishes stock reagents. Participates in training other laboratory personnel, development and implementation of new procedures and research projects. Assists pathologist or designate in performance of tasks related to medical photography. Performs other related duties as assigned.
1. High school diploma plus two years histotechnology training, or
2. Associated of Science degree or xx number of college credit hours taken in science plus one year histotechnology training, or
3. Certificate from accredited school of histotechnology.
4. Must be registered as HTL (Histotechnologist), HT (Histotechnician), or registry eligible through the ASCP (American Society of Clinical Pathologists).
Primary Location: Detroit, Michigan
Facility: DMC University Laboratories, Inc.
Job Type: Full-time
Shift Type: Days
Shift Begin: 9:00 PMShift End: 5:30 AM
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