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This position is accountable to provide accurate interpretation of cell studies in order to provide physicians with information and results to facilitate diagnosis and quality patient care. The incumbent in this position will support the mission, vision, values and strategic initiatives of Mary Washington Healthcare and must demonstrate a commitment to quality service to patients, physicians, the public and co-workers.
Essential Functions & Responsibilities:
Evaluate microscopic cell preparations in order to determine the presence of abnormalities.
Prepare cell samples and specimens in order to facilitate timely effective diagnosis.
Maintain patient follow-up files in order to produce current, accurate records of procedures and results.
Enter test results data and perform quality control procedures to ensure effective reporting of results.
Consult with physicians and other departments in order to accurately interpret test results and patient protocols.
For each 24 hour period, the total number of slides examined or reviewed in all laboratories
The number of hours spent examining slides in each 24 hour period
Perform other duties as assigned
Baccalaureate level education required
CT (ASCP) certification (or equivalent) required
Six months to one year relevant experience required
As an EOE/AA employer, the organization will not discriminate in its employment practices due to an applicant's race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, and veteran or disability status.
A Not-for-Profit Regional Healthcare System Dedicated to Excellence. From our humble beginnings in Fredericksburg, Virginia as an eight-room hospital to our modern not-for-profit regional system, Mary Washington Healthcare has seen enormous growth and development in the past 100 years. Today, we are made up of two hospitals and 28 healthcare facilities and wellness services. Community leaders volunteer on our Board of Trustees in order to guide the continued growth and direction of our health care system.