Medical Technologist, Generalist (Full Time/Nights) - Laboratory - South Seminole Hospital - South Seminole Hospital
Orlando Health South Seminole Hospital is a comprehensive community hospital serving the residents of Seminole County for more than 30 years. Our dedicated physicians, nurses, clinicians and support team are committed to delivering quality, compassionate care. Equipped with the latest technology and expertise to perform advanced diagnostic, medical and surgical procedures, we also offer many community-based prevention, wellness and outreach services.
South Seminole Hospital currently seeking a Medical Technologist to join our team. The Medical Technologist performs and reports both routine and special laboratory testing following established policies and procedures to ensure the highest quality of laboratory results within established timeframes.
Location: Longwood, FL
Competitive Pay: Nights and weekend shift differentials available.
Professional Growth: Many opportunities to participate in various lab councils, committees, and focus groups to influence positive patient outcomes and advance your career.
Cutting-Edge Technology: Participate in process automation and validation studies as new technology is incorporated.
Employee-centric: Orlando Health has been selected as one of the 2019 “Best Workplaces in Health Care and Biopharma“ by Great Place to Work and FORTUNE.
- Graduate from an approved school of medical laboratory technology.
- Bachelor degree.
- Completion of an approved clinical laboratory training internship.
- Current Florida license as a Medical Technologist certified in the specialty/specialties required by the laboratory section assigned.
- Verifies results and quality control data for accuracy and reliability.
- Performs, evaluates, and documents all quality control, preventive maintenance and troubleshooting procedures.
- Demonstrates computer system proficiency including ordering, resulting, and inquiry functions.
- Ensures proper utilization and preparation of reagents and supplies.
- Communicates critical results to the patient caregiver.