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medical technologist resume example with 19+ years of experience

Jessica Claire
  • , , 609 Johnson Ave., 49204, Tulsa, OK 100 Montgomery St. 10th Floor
  • Home: (555) 432-1000
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Summary

Skillful Phlebotomy Technician with 15 years of experience and advanced training in therapeutic venipuncture. Focused professional successful in consistently meeting collection targets while advancing organizational mission. Comfortable operating within high-volume collection scenarios. Detail-oriented Phlebotomist with strong track record in painless venipuncture. Highly familiar with centrifugation and aliquoting procedures and medical terminology. Responsible and hardworking professional dedicated to using compassionate and caring approach to provide outstanding services to patients. Productive Phlebotomist offering [Number] years of experience in collecting blood specimens in healthcare settings. Proven leader with success in recommending and introducing strategies to improve workflow, specimen processing and customer service related to patient care. Calm and comforting with stressed patients. Hardworking employee with customer service, multitasking and time management abilities. Devoted to giving every customer a positive and memorable experience.

Skills
  • Guest services
  • Inventory control procedures
  • Merchandising expertise
  • Loss prevention
  • Cash register operations
  • Product promotions
Experience
Medical Technologist, 06/2017 to Current
Broward HealthDeerfield Beach, FL,
  • Conducted multiple tests at once using automated equipment and computerized instruments.
  • Reviewed test results to confirm accuracy and diagnosed causes behind irregular findings.
  • Planned and carried out regular maintenance on equipment by following procedures and manufacturers' guidelines.
  • Supported quality control processes by monitoring activities and reporting.
  • Communicated with physicians to discuss lab test findings, procedures and other relevant information.
  • Assessed equipment regularly by conducting instrument function inspections and calibrations.
  • Used microscopes and cell counters to perform assigned tasks.
  • Documented medical test data and results in patient medical records.
  • Prepared, stored and assessed liquid and solid reagents for precise and correct test results.
  • Performed various clinical analyses and testing.
  • Performed routine and complex laboratory tests using variety of techniques, instrumentation and equipment to assist in medical diagnosis and treatment.
  • Trained, coached and oversaw daily work of medical lab technicians.
  • Demonstrated medical proficiency by performing chemistry analysis, urinalysis and hematology AND microbiology
  • Launched new quality control measures by identifying deficiencies or issues to determine and document solutions.
  • Implemented improvements and new techniques discovered through conferences and professional trade publications.
  • Cleaned and sterilized lab area, tools and equipment.
  • Maintained clean and fully operational laboratory equipment.
  • Kept patient information properly secured and confidential.
  • Followed laboratory guidelines for handling biological specimens.
  • Applied knowledge of microbiology, chemistry, and hematology.
  • Recorded control values from technical instruments to maintain reliability and validity of test results.
  • Conducted technical troubleshooting of hematology analyzer and other lab equipment.
  • Maintained and calibrated various lab equipment and instruments.
  • Managed departmental inventory and supply ordering.
  • Prepared, processed, and analyzed lab samples.
  • Reviewed patient data, prepared data reports, and signed off on release of information requests.
Phlebotomist Technician, 01/2007 to 05/2018
Fusion HcrMarion, OH,
  • Maintained fully-stocked phlebotomy cart, carrier and station.
  • Obtained blood samples for medical testing and transfusion through venipuncture or capillary puncture.
  • Verified collection orders and communicated discrepancies to nurses.
  • Coordinated in-office and off-site testing for high volume of daily patient samples.
  • Delivered quality patient care by completing accurate and timely collection and transport of clinical specimens according to established procedures.
  • Identified patients using proper procedures prior to specimen collection.
  • Transported specimens following established protocol for temperature and light.
  • Obtained variety of blood samples through venipuncture or capillary puncture using syringes, butterfly needles and straight needles.
  • Labeled blood vials with critical information like time of collection, date and patient name.
  • Prepared blood-collecting equipment to draw blood and safely store and transport samples.
  • Utilized calm and friendly demeanor to increase patient comfort and alleviate anxiety.
  • Drew blood from patients to collect samples using venipuncture and following aseptic techniques.
  • Labeled patient samples, double-checking information for accuracy.
  • Counseled patients to ease fears, explain procedures and enhance cooperation during blood draws.
  • Used aseptic techniques to maintain specimen integrity.
  • Disposed of used needles in sharps containers to avoid accidental needlesticks.
  • Sanitized work area after every patient to prevent contamination and spread of disease.
  • Interviewed patients to verify test requisitions and patient identity.
  • Properly stored and transported specimens to prevent loss and delays.
  • Coordinated workflow based on stat, schedule, or outpatient needs.
  • Collected blood samples from 50-60 individuals per day, maintaining consistent patient flow.
  • Verified quality of specimens by centrifuging specimens for logistics courier to pickup.
  • Enforced infection control and sharps disposal procedures to protect patients, co-workers and self.
Phlebotomist Technician, 07/2003 to 11/2006
Fusion HcrMiddletown, OH,
  • Obtained variety of blood samples through venipuncture or capillary puncture using syringes, butterfly needles and straight needles.
  • Labeled blood vials with critical information like time of collection, date and patient name.
  • Maintained fully-stocked phlebotomy cart, carrier and station.
  • Counseled patients to ease fears, explain procedures and enhance cooperation during blood draws.
  • Coordinated workflow based on stat, schedule, or outpatient needs.
  • Enforced infection control and sharps disposal procedures to protect patients, co-workers and self.
  • Verified collection orders and communicated discrepancies to nurses.
  • Identified patients using proper procedures prior to specimen collection.
  • Transported specimens following established protocol for temperature and light.
  • Labeled patient samples, double-checking information for accuracy.
  • Used aseptic techniques to maintain specimen integrity.
  • Disposed of used needles in sharps containers to avoid accidental needlesticks.
  • Sanitized work area after every patient to prevent contamination and spread of disease.
Education and Training
Associate of Science: Microbiology, Expected in 04/1999
B.P Baria Science Institute - India,
GPA:

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School Attended

  • B.P Baria Science Institute

Job Titles Held:

  • Medical Technologist
  • Phlebotomist Technician
  • Phlebotomist Technician

Degrees

  • Associate of Science

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