LCMC Health Phlebotomist - (PRN/As Needed) in New Orleans, Louisiana
"One of The Best Hospitals to Work For in New Orleans" - NRC 2018 Employee Engagement Survey.
New Orleans East Hospital (NOEH) is a 60-bed acute care facility and we are growing quickly as part of the LCMC Healthcare system. NOEH services include emergency services, preventive diagnostics, surgical care, cardiology, rehabilitation, imaging, orthopedics, stroke care and more. NOEH also has on-site outpatient physician clinics and a Diabetes Center for the convenience of our patients and staff. Our culture is "True New Orleans" as our CEO was born and raised in our great city.
The hospital has easy access to I-10 and offers plenty of FREE parking. Our full-time employee benefits include up to 176 hours of Paid Time Off each year, FREE Life Insurance, FREE Long-term and short-term disability coverage, and 100% employer match on the first 4% of employee contributions to our 403(b) Retirement Plan. AND we pay “Big City” pay rates!
NOTE: The below job description is intended to describe the general nature and level of the work being performed by people assigned to this work. This is not an exhaustive list of all duties and responsibilities. LCMC/NOEH reserves the right to amend and change responsibilities to meet organizational needs as necessary.
Job Summary: The phlebotomist performs a variety of venipuncture techniques and collects blood specimens (using an electronic positive patient id system) from patients in support of laboratory procedures used in the diagnosis and treatment of disease. Accurately orders, collects, transports and processes all specimens for laboratory testing. The phlebotomist is also responsible for retrieving and delivering all specimens which are delivered to the laboratory. Other duties include supply stocking, scanning of documents for EMR and clerical duties.
High School Diploma or equivalent
Knowledge of standard phlebotomy techniques and appropraite blood processing and handling procedures.
Accurately complete and maintain patient documents and records; understand and follow specific clinical protocol and be able to communicate effectively both orally and in writing.
Basic Life Support/CPR
1 to 3 years of experience
Graduate of phlebotomy training program
Clinical Laboratory Profession