GRAPE COMMUNITY HOSPITAL Laboratory Tech (MT or MLT) in HAMBURG, Iowa

George C. Grape Community Hospital is currently hiring a full-time Medical Technician or Medical Laboratory Technologist. Schedule will be a full-time day shift with a 0800-1200 weekend rotation and call rotation shared between three other Laboratory Team Members.The Laboratory at GCGCH is committed to providing excellent care to our patient, in a caring manner. We continuously strive to exceed patients' expectations by providing continuity of personalized care through easy access to services.Job Duties: -Performs, interprets, and correlates clinical laboratory tests by following protocols to assist in physician diagnosis and treatment.-Communicates and documents testing and results in a timely manner to clinical personnel involved in patient care.-Operates, calibrates, conducts performance checks, and maintains clinical lab instruments and equipment with appropriate documentation.-Recognizes and corrects basic instrument malfunctions; refers serious problems to supervisors.-Adheres to all laboratory procedures and policies.-Maintains a professional knowledge base of laboratory science by accumulating the minimum CEUs required per year. Participates departmental meetings, in-services.Qualifications:-MT - Bachelor's degree in chemical, biological, clinical laboratory science, or medical technology program from an accredited institution. Certification as a Medical Laboratory Scientist (MLS) or a categorical/specialist certification in the appropriate laboratory discipline from American Society for Clinical Pathologists (ASCP) or certification as a Medical Technologist (MT) from Health Education and Welfare (HEW) is required.-MLT - A Bachelor's degree in a chemical, biological, clinical laboratory science, or medical technology program from an accredited institution or Medical Laboratory Technician (MLT) or a categorical/specialist certification in the appropriate laboratory discipline or eligible from American Society for Clinical Pathologists (ASCP) or National Credentialing Agency (NCA). Must have a two-year college education.