Lab Techs Greensboro
Jobs for Lab Technicians
Medical laboratory technicians work behind
the scenes, conducting the tests and
analyses that physicians use to make their
diagnoses. Lab Techs collect samples of
bodily fluids (saliva, blood and urine,
tissue, and other human
substances in hospitals, doctor's
offices and clinical lab settings.
Samples are gathered and tests
performed to detailed instructions under
the supervision of Medical Laboratory
Technologists in order for the prepared
specimens to be analyzed for paternity cases,
drugs or alcohol, viruses, bacteria, and other
substances for specialists such as urologists,
hematologists, microbiologists and immunologists
or for courts and law firms. The importance of
professional standards and ethical obligations
are critical to health care professions. Therefore,
development of professional competence and personal
growth of the medical lab tech results in higher
demand and, indirectly, effective patient care.
prefer administrative or clinical duties,
Graham Personnel Services can assist you
in finding specific Greensboro healthcare jobs
in an environment you would like to work in.
According to the U. S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, "the median annual wage of medical laboratory technologists was $56,130 in May 2010. The median annual wage of medical laboratory technicians was $36,280 in May 2010" while the growth of the field of medical laboratory technologists is "expected to grow by 11 percent between 2010 and 2020. Employment of medical laboratory technicians is expected to grow by 15 percent between 2010 and 2020." These statistics are, of course, for the nation as a whole with top wages paid to more experienced medical lab technicians with job longevity in more metropolitan areas in states such as California and Rhode Island.
Training to become a lab tech is more commonly received from a local Community College accredited by the National Accrediting Agency for Clinical Laboratory Sciences with the student receiving an Associate's Degree or a postsecondary certificate. At this time, the State of North Carolina does not require medical lab technicians to be licensed or registered in order to work but, depending upon the employer, you may need to submit college transcripts as proof of your education.
Be sure to search our listings for jobs for lab techs in Greensboro and surrounding areas.
Whether you are a LPN (Licensed Practical Nurse), CMA (Certified Medical Assistant ), PT (Physical Therapist ), PA (Physicians Assistant) , CRNA (Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists), Lab Technician, Phlebotomists, RN Registered Nurse), or any other health care related professional, Graham & Associates can find you a job in the Greensboro area.
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