North Arkansas Regional Medical Center

  • Phlebotomist

    Job Location US-AR-Harrison
    Job ID
    2018-2628
    Category
    Laboratory
    Shift
    11:00 a.m. - 7:30 p.m.
    Facility
    NARMC
    Type
    Full-Time 80
  • Overview

    Collects and prepares blood specimens and other samples for laboratory testing.

    Maintains collection areas and equipment and performs record keeping duties.

    Typically has completed a phlebotomy program or a medical laboratory technician program that includes phlebotomy.

    Responsibilities

    Phlebotomist is responsible for collecting blood specimens and pre-analytical processing of all incoming specimens and responsible for filing and charting patient results, including send out testing (post-analytical).

     

    • Competent phlebotomy techniques for all 5 age levels.
    • Demonstrates competency
    • Demonstrates accuracy
    • Adequate response on STATS and TIMED draws
    • Demonstrates skills in Meditech system (ordering, admitting, access, and patient inquiry, charge/credit, printing and reporting).
    • Specimens are dispatched to Main Lab are timely and correctly labeled.
    • Proper phone usage
    • Keep filing, log, tally sheets, and other forms current.
    • Faxing and phoning of test results to Dr. (or as requested).
    • Distribution of final reports
    • Actively increasing computer skills.
    • Performance of daily, weekly, and monthly phlebotomy tasks.
    • Maintain a balance inventory of supplies/Cost consciousness.
    • Insure drawing area is clean, organized and free of clutter.
    • Understands chain of authority and doesn’t circumvent it.
    • Supports and enforces NARMC Lab and HR Directives.
    • Notifies Lab Director of all complaints and harmful conditions.
    • Engages in Lab related activities during slack time.

    Clinical Ladder

    Level 1: trainee; might have experience or certification as a Medical Assistant or EMT.

    Level 2: Not certified or completed an accredited Phlebotomy program; has 1 year or more experience working as a phlebotomist.

    Level 3: Completed an accredited Phlebotomy program.

    Qualifications

     

    Required

    Preferred

    Education:

    High school diploma or GED

    Level 3- Completed an accredited Phlebotomy program

     

    Experience:

    Level 2- 1 year experience working as a phlebotomist

     

    Degrees, Licensure, and/or Certification:

    BLS certification

     

     

    Level 1- Certified Medical Assistant or Licensed EMT

    Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

    Computer skills

    Medical Terminology

    Must be able to read, write, speak and understand English

     

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