Laboratory Technician with expertise in procuring and processing more than 40+ blood bank samples per day. Highly efficient and detail-oriented with advanced knowledge of current Horizon Blood Bank computer system. Being solely in immunohematology for the past two and a half years, still considered efficient, productive and well-rounded in test execution and analysis, including hematology, urinalysis, coagulation and manual lab.
The American Society of Clinical Pathology, MLT
Type and Screens
Complex and simple antibody identifications
Built tests within Horizon Blood Bank computer system
Responsible for testing and validation new tests built within HLAB and EPIC computer systems.
Wrote LIS computer procedures
Trained new and existing employees on Horizon Blood Bank computer system
Project Lead on 3P remodel event for New Hanover Regional Medical Center Blood Bank department
Project Lead for Hemosafe for OR and Kiosk for Emergency Department
Project Lead for new Provue analyzer in Blood Bank
-Read differential on oncology patients, pediatrics and neonatal patients
sed rates, malaria preps, Sickle Dex testing, Buffy Coats
-D-dimers, FSP, Osmo (serum/urine), Urine crystal identifications, Icto tests, Clinitest, Factor VIII/ IX
-Synovial Fluids (crystal exams)
Ran ABGs, ICAs, FFNs
Received Samples into Central Processing.
Rotated through each department and learned the theory and how to work from each tech.
Responsible for 10-12 people per shift.
Responsible for $10,000 on hand per night.
Handled customer complaints, problems and issues on a daily basis.
Responsible for setting up merchandise within an allotted time.
Responsible for putting away merchandise.
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