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Office Float Phlebotomist

Location:
Tabor City, NC, 28463
Salary:
16.00 hourly
Posted:
October 24, 2019

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Tiffani Branch Dudney

Address: ** ***** **** ****

Tabor City NC 28463

Email: adan2e@r.postjobfree.com

Contact Number: 910-***-****

Experience:

Carolina Health Specialists

Float Phlebotomist. Date: Present

Collecting specimens from patients infant to geriatric. Labeling, centrifuging, and processing specimens for testing. Identifying correct patient before collecting blood and other specimens. Labeling specimens collected with correct patient information. Performing Clinitek testing on urine specimens. Preparing urine samples for UMICs and cultures. Preparing specimens collected to be sent out reference lab LabCorp or Quest. Ordering specimens in computer system. Processing patient orders, obtaining ABNs for lab tests not covered by patient’s insurance. Preparing rapid drug test. Keeping clean work area.

Grand Strand Medical Center

Phlebotomist Laboratory

Dates: 9/18/2017 to 01/2018

Collecting specimens from patients of all ages from infants to geriatric patients. Making sure the correct patient is being collected from by asking name and date of birth. Labeling all specimens with the patient's name, date of birth, time, date and my initials. Take specimens collected to the correct department they went go into for testing. Preforming I- STAT testing. Using Meditech and mobi lab for label printing and other jobs during the day. Other duties also very important were keeping an organized neat and phlebotomy tray. A positive attitude a must, being neat, clean, and always great hygiene.

Columbus Regional Healthcare System

Phlebotomist Laboratory

Dates: 06/2017 to 07/2017

Temp Job. Collecting specimens from patients of all ages from infants to geriatric patients. Making sure the correct patient was being collected from by asking name and date of birth. Labeling all specimens with the patient's name, date of birth, time, date and my initials. Take specimens collected to the correct department they went in for testing. Help put up supplies that came in. Other duties that were also very important were keeping an organized neat and phlebotomy tray. A positive attitude a must, being neat, clean, and always great hygiene. Reason for leaving: Temp Job

Loris Healthcare Systems/ McLeod Loris/Office of Dr. Grubb

Laboratory Phlebotomist

Dates: 04/2005 to 12/2012

Patient registration as this was in a doctor's office. Collecting specimens from patients of all ages from infants to geriatric patients. Always identifying the right patient by asking name and date of birth. Labeling all specimens with the patient's name, date of birth, time, date. And my initials. Specimens I collected while working here were Blood, urine, stool samples, and sputum are among the list as well as successfully preforming / collecting H. pylori breath tests. More duties included using a centrifuge and pipettes to pull off serum or plasma depending on the test ordered also proper storage of specimens after collection and/or processing. Ordering supplies needed to perform specimen collection also Including office supplies such as printing paper, ink cartridges, etc. My daily job duties included receiving/asking demographic information from new patients such as contact information, insurance information, and guarantor information. Recurring patients it was my duty to make sure all above was still the same and make changes if necessary. Last, but not least keeping an organized neat and clean office/lab space, also a positive attitude, great personal hygiene. Reason for leaving: Family illness. Father diagnosed with cancer needing care 24/7.

Columbus Regional Healthcare System

Certified Phlebotomy Technician

Dates: 12/2003 to 04/2005

Collecting specimens from patients of all ages from infants to geriatric patients. Making sure the correct patient was being collected from by asking name and date of birth. Labeling all specimens with the patient's name, date of birth, time, date and my initials. Take specimens collected to the correct department they went in for testing. Help put up supplies that came in. Other duties that were also very important were keeping an organized neat and phlebotomy tray. A positive attitude a must, being neat, clean, and always great hygiene. Reason for leaving: Different Job offer to advance in my career.

Education:

Southeastern Community College, NC

Phlebotomy

Degree date: 2003

References:

James Williams Core Lab Manager at CRHS/Phlebotomy Director

Work: 910-***-**** ext. 2304

Cell: 910-***-****

Buffy Ward

Former Co-worker

Cell: 843-***-****

Angela Tompkins

Former Phlebotomy Supervisor

Loris Healthcare System

Cell: 910-***-****



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