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Histology Technician - Lab

Job Summary: Processes tissue and body fluid specimens in preparation for diagnostic interpretation by the pathologist by performing the following duties.
Accessions, embeds, cuts, stains, cover slips and labels tissue and body fluid specimens for Histologic or Cytologic evaluation; operates equipment according to established protocol
Files and stores diagnostic slides and tissue specimens
Maintains equipment and work area to provide for timely accurate service delivery
Assists pathologists with gross and frozen sections
Incorporates quality control and quality improvement initiatives into daily operations
Identifies, accessions, processes and bills for technical portion of specimen evaluation
Promotes customer relations
Maintains confidentiality
Logs/tracks/mails specimens for consultation
Effectively manages time and resources, utilizing technology related to practice in the assigned technical areas
Collaborates with others to improve service delivery
Maintains policies, procedures, quality control, and records in compliance with regulatory requirements
Manages equipment and supply inventory
Adheres to Laboratory safety protocols
Education/Experience: Associate's degree (A.A.) or equivalent from two-year college or technical school; or six months to one year related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience. Licensure/Certification/Registration: None required; Histology Technician (ASCP preferred).

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