Cedars-Sinai Certified Phlebotomist - Per Diem - Day in Los Angeles, California
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How would you like to work Per Diem as a Phlebotomist?
Under the general supervision of the manager, the Certified Phlebotomist performs blood collection procedures, including venipuncture, skin puncture and special collection procedures. Responsibilities include collecting, receiving, and distributing laboratory specimens and logging specimen collection information. Performs all job duties with sensitivity and attention to the age and developmental issues of the patient population(s) being served. Routine operational and support functions, primarily phlebotomy (Pediatric and Neonatal experience preferred), data entry and communication of test results.
- High School Diploma or GED.
- California State Phlebotomy certificate.
One (1) year experience preferred.
Practical knowledge of computer operations.
Experience in lab settings.
Venipuncture techniques required. Preferred with Pediatric blood collection.
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