St. Mary's Medical Center is a 464-bed acute-care hospital with more than 1550 employees providing medical, surgical, obstetrical, oncology, pediatric, trauma and emergency services for every stage of life, from its very beginnings through every phase of childhood and adulthood. Our combination of advanced medical technologies, highly trained personnel, and compassionate commitment has led to many "firsts" and "onlys." At St. Mary's Medical Center you will have the ability to practice your specialty in an exciting, stable, challenging and supportive setting.
Duties for this position include:
Performs a variety of laboratory tests on blood, tissue and body fluids using both automated and manual methods. Ensures accurate, timely reporting of lab test results in order to assist medical staff in patient care.
Associate Degree required
2 years experience preferred
Clinical Laboratory Technologist Licensure
At St. Mary's Medical Center we are honored to have the privilege to serve the greater Palm Beach community with quality health care and we are continually growing and working together to make St. Mary's Medical Center the best healthcare facility in South Florida. It is with great pride that St. Mary's MC has celebrated 3 generations in the community and is the only faith-based hospital between Ft. Lauderdale and Orlando. If you think that St. Mary's Medical Center and the Palm Beach Children's Hospital at St. Mary's is the right place for you, please visit www.stmarysmc.com for career opportunities. We heal for you.
Job: Med Tech
Primary Location: West Palm Beach, Florida
Facility: Saint Mary's Medical Center
Job Type: Full-time
Shift Type: Nights
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