A reputable opportunity is for a Medical Lab Technologist now available at Non-profit hospital part of a larger health system in central Virginia. With day shifts and evening shifts available.
The Medical Lab Technologist will be part of a hospital who aims to provide quality healthcare in a small community setting. The state-of-the-art facility is committed to meeting the needs of the community through quality cost effective healthcare. Medical Lab Technologist aids hospital staff deliver efficient results to provide quality patient care in a friendly workforce. The Medical Lab Technologist will have plenty of opportunity to grow if desired within the hospital system. The hospital is home to over 600 beds and provides a comprehensive care of services meeting all of patient needs.
The Medical Lab Technologist will be working at their own pace independently in the lab while collaborating with providers, nursing staff and laboratory staff. The Medical Lab Technologist will run and assess lab tests within Chemistry, Hematology, Coagulation, Blood gas, Urine and fluid analysis. The next Medical Lab Technologist will perform routine medical laboratory tests for the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of disease. This position supports the Laboratory Manager/Director. Working in a steady paced lab allows room for team work and a supportive work environment where the Medical Lab technologists thrive in their role.
The hospital is located in a city east of the Blue Ridge Mountains, with rich history and status as a center of trade and commerce is preserved and enhanced by its dedication to architectural integrity and improvement of the natural environment through a system of parks, green spaces, walking trails along the James River. This is an ideal location for Medical Lab Technologists to have an ease of lifestyle with an incredible opportunity.
The hospital is offering a full suite of benefits with a competitive pay package. The Medical Lab Technologist will have an opportunity to truly make a difference in their local community’s healthcare.