Medical laboratory professional skilled at processing and handling clinical specimens, isolating bacteria for identification, distinguishing pathogens from normal flora, choosing appropriate antibiotics per pathogen, and communicating results to clinicians.
Experience with core lab and instrumentation in chemistry, hematology, coagulation, urinalysis, and rapid lab tests,
CLP.G04221-GEN, Louisiana Clinical Laboratory Personnel
Clinical Laboratory Technologist, Florida, formerly licensed 1989 - 2002
Microbiology specialist with efficiency and knowledge in aerobic and anaerobic cultures, fungal and mycobacteria cultures, parasitology, rapid tests, processing and setups, as well as all quality control required.
Very busy microbiology lab in a large hospital with vast outpatient contracts, serving as primary or reference microbiology lab. The average volume for urine cultures to result each day is about 280; wound cultures' average is about 200 to read and result each day.
Provide training for recently hired MIcrobiologists. Also, a position in this teaching hospital requires directing Louisiana State University (LSU) and Our Lady of the Lake College Medical Technology students as well as LSU residents and interns in Pediatric Infectious disease specialty who rotate through Microbiology department for four weeks each.
Core Lab duties during PRN (as needed) shifts, including Chemistry, Hematology, Hemostasis, urinalysis, rapid tests, and microbiology specimen procurement and setup. Required knowledge and ability to repair, maintain and perform quality control on instruments in each section, as well as providing STAT and routine lab results accurately and as quickly as possible. Generally worked at least 30 hours every two weeks, especially weekends and holidays, during time off from my primary job.
Core Lab Medical Technologist performing all testing for chemistry, hematology, hemostasis, blood banking, urinalysis, rapid tests.
Served as night shift supervisor for two years with additional responsibilities of all instrumentation maintenance, daily and monthly quality control, supply inventory and procurement.
Microbiology specialist duties including all subsections: aerobic, anaerobic, parasitology, mycobacteria, fungus, rapid tests, and specimen processing. Applied knowledge of bacterial identification and antibiotics and statistics to help create antibiogram.
Medical Technology Internship for six months at Baptist Hospital laboratory in Pensacola, Florida.
Awarded Best Science Student in Spring of 1989.
Graduated Magna Cum Laude
Substitute teacher, school volunteer, and Parent Teacher League officer from 1996 until working full time in 2000.
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