Monday-Friday 5:30am to 1:30 pm
Certified Phlebotomy Technician or Diploma in Phlebotomy with extensive on-the-job training
Services shall include but not be limited to the following:
- Adhere to all health and safety protocols and procedures to maintain a sanitary work area.
- Identify resident and their personal information by reviewing their ID or other identifying documents.
- Accurately input electronic laboratory orders under nursing supervision.
- Explain blood draw procedure and answer any questions or concerns to the resident.
- Arrange daily activities based on urgency of request for laboratory blood draws.
- Maintain accurate records and tracking of collected specimens including laboratory reports.
- Perform venipuncture or fingerstick while maintaining aseptic technique.
- Preparing and processing specimens for transportation, including labeling vials accurately with collected date, time, and initials.
- Ensure optimal quality and quantity of all samples.
- Cleaning, maintaining, and calibrating laboratory equipment used in the drawing and testing of blood specimens.
- Ordering laboratory supplies, as needed.
- Communicate diagnostic questions or concerns to nursing staff and physicians as needed.
- Assist with and perform clerical duties such as sorting and filing reports into charts, answering phones, and scheduling appointments.
- Basic computer skills involving data entry and organizational skills using Word, Excel.
Due to the unpredictable nature of the psychiatric profession employees are to engage in crisis prevention procedures for the safety, health, and welfare of the residents and staff. In addition to specific job duties, due to the nature of the psychiatric field, at times, you will be expected to stand for long periods of time, bend, kneel, lift, carry, and walk swiftly or run.