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Clinical Lab Associate (Phlebotomist) - Part Time Days (potential days/hours: Mon-Fri 7:00 AM - 5:30 PM Sat 7:00 AM - 12:00 PM)
This position will rotate locations and shift hours based on need to Ingalls Family Care Centers (Calumet City, Flossmoor, Tinley Park) and UChicago Medicine.
Join the hospital trusted by Chicago’s Southland, Ingalls Memorial Hospital, in this role as a Clinical Lab Associate. In this role, you will perform phlebotomy and lab assistant duties. This is a part time days position.
The person in this role is required to perform at least phlebotomy, order entry, central processing, EKG’s, performing laboratory testing, and assist with DOT’s and BAT’s as needed. When full competency at level 1 has been achieved, the person may be elevated to CLA level 2.
- Performs assigned supportive work in conjunction with the delivery of patient care, involving multiple office, clerical, technical duties, venipuncture, blood specimen collection, obtain EKG, and functional skills.
- Interacts, intervenes, and problem solves to ensure exceptional customer service by greeting patients, responding to telephone inquiries, phones/faxes/distributes test results.
- Processes human specimens for delivery to specific laboratory departments for testing.
- Performs technical procedures, for which training has been given and competency demonstrated.
- Utilizes interactive processes which will contribute to exceeding the expectation of patients, physicians, families or significant others in the provision of high quality, cost effective care and treatments.
- Demonstrates necessary skills and knowledge to provide care for patients according to unit specific competencies.
- Various degrees of unpredictability can occur from day to day which will require the individual to adapt by adjusting as required in work schedules and assignments.
- Demonstrates a working knowledge of the HIS and LIS systems, and progress to functional capabilities with the hospital billing computer systems.
- High School diploma or equivalent
- Must have completed accredited phlebotomy course or program
- AHA CPR Certification
Successful completion of accredited phlebotomy program or certification by:
- ASCP (American Society of Clinical Pathologists)
- AMT (American Medical Technologist)
- NCCLS (National Committee for Clinical Laboratory Standards)
- NPA (National Phlebotomy Association)
- ASCLS (American Society for Clinical Laboratory Scientists)
- NCA (National Certifying Agency)
- NHA (National Healthcare Association)