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A phlebotomist skillfully procures and processes blood specimens from inpatients and outpatients as directed to ensure accurate test results. Assigned patient population ranges from pediatric through the geriatric years.
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Phlebotomy Job Description
High school diploma or equivalent. Formal phlebotomy schooling and/or training, with phlebotomy certification preferred.
Previous phlebotomy experience preferred.
Knowledge, skills and abilities required:
- Demonstrates flexibility and adaptability to work projected schedule, and on occasion, work additional hours or shifts.
- Demonstrates effective communication skills – speaking, listening, reading and writing.
- Ability to communicate directly as well as via telephone, hospital and laboratory information systems.
- Maintains a professional and physical image to instill confidence at all times when interacting with patients, co-workers and customers.
- Demonstrates patience and tact, respecting patient rights, including patient confidentiality.
- Demonstrates the ability to work efficiently and accurately Demonstrates the ability to organize and plan work, effectively managing time.