Phlebotomists collect blood specimens from inpatients and outpatients while adhering to established protocols to ensure proper sample collection and patient safety. They transport blood specimens to laboratory departments, in accordance with proper procedures for such transport and handling. In addition, they conduct in-service education programs relating to theories and techniques of phlebotomy, and perform related clerical work.
Duties of a Phlebotomists may include the following but are not limited to:
- Collects blood specimens from patients through the performance of venipuncture, capillary puncture techniques and/or making an incision on the patients arm.
- Provides phlebotomy services to patients in various inpatient, outpatient and offsite areas, following the orders of the patients physician.
- Enters data concerning blood specimens into a computer database; maintains appointment schedules and logs patients seen and tests obtained; records results of patients tests and files them appropriately; keeps work-related statistics and performs related clerical duties.
- Supervises, teaches and provides support to medical technology students in both theories and techniques of phlebotomy by designing and implementing formal and informal programs of instruction ensuring that all established protocols and procedures for proper sample collection and patient safety are adhered to.
- Attends and/or presents related hospital in-service programs.
- Maintains proper inventory of supplies and materials needed for the daily collection of blood specimens.
- Participates in the overall function of the laboratory by assuming occasional substitution to other shifts or working prolonged shifts.
- Performs other related duties as required or directed.
Required Qualifications: High School Diploma required. Phlebotomy certificate.
Preferred Qualifications: Prior hospital/lab experience preferred. One year of related phlebotomy experience preferred; and basic understanding of medical laboratory technology preferred.
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Official Job Title: Phlebotomist
Job Field: Laboratory
Primary Location: US-NY-Stony Brook
Department/Hiring Area: Phlebotomy-Stony Brook University Hospital
Schedule: Part-time Day Shift 04:00 am - 08:00 amPhlebotomy-Stony Brook University Hospital
Posting Start Date: Jun 7, 2018
Posting End Date: Jun 21, 2018, 11:59:00 PM
Salary: As per civil service guidelines
Salary Grade: SG8