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LabCorp provides leading-edge medical laboratory tests and services through a national network of primary clinical laboratories and specialty testing laboratories.

With scientific expertise in esoteric testing, genomics, and clinical and anatomic pathology, LabCorp processes tests on approximately 500,000 specimens each day, applying advances in medicine and science to laboratory testing.

LabCorp operates a sophisticated laboratory network, with corporate headquarters in Burlington, NC, and more than 50,000 employees worldwide. Our 220,000 clients include physician offices, hospitals, managed care organizations, and biotechnology and pharmaceutical companies. Laboratory Corporation of America Holdings is listed on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) under ticker symbol LH.

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Dallas Dunn

Senior Vendor Manager
Chemical and Acquisitions Officer (US Army)
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Nathaniel Tompkins

Laboratory Supervisor
Patient Admin Specialist Army and Army National Guard
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Nathaniel Tompkins
Laboratory Supervisor
Patient Admin Specialist Army and Army National Guard
About
Nathaniel Tompkins

I currently supervise three areas within the Occupational Testing Services (Toxicology) department of the Houston laboratory for LabCorp. I am responsible for overseeing the day to day operations of the Order Entry, Confirmation Extractions and Gas/Liquid Chromatography/Mass Spectrometry departments.

Nathaniel Tompkins
's Advice

Research civilian careers before leaving the service. You could waste valuable time and resources if you start trying to figure out your post-military career path only after you leave the service. Planning your future after the military is essential. Accordingly, develop a plan that will include education or training if necessary � taking into consideration what education benefits you've earned. At the same time, reach out to people who are working in the field you're interested in pursuing. You may be surprised by the positive and informative responses.

Mary Ashley

Support Services Supervisor
Logistics Specialist/ 92Y Army
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Mary Ashley
Support Services Supervisor
Logistics Specialist/ 92Y Army
About
Mary Ashley

Daily duties include: Supervisor the day to day operations of the logistics team, Manage the performance of all couriers using various performance metrics, Monitor the overtime spending and overall budget on a regular basis, Maintain the required personnel to meet metrics; interview and hire when needed, Manage and maintain branch vehicles according to Corporate Fleet standards, Ensure all couriers are meeting the expectation for customer service, Participate in ride-alongs to provide coaching and mentorship, Develop performance plans for any couriers not meeting expectations, Ensure all required equipment is maintained and working properly, Address and resolve any client related issues in a timely manner.

Mary Ashley
's Advice

Research civilian careers before leaving the service. You could waste valuable time and resources if you start trying to figure out your post-military career path only after you leave the service. Planning your future after the military is essential. Accordingly, develop a plan that will include education or training if necessary � taking into consideration what education benefits you've earned. At the same time, reach out to people who are working in the field you're interested in pursuing. You may be surprised by the positive and informative responses.

Kim Sullivan

Divisional Hospital Support Supervisor
Aerospace Medical Service/Immunizations Supervisor/4N071
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Kim Sullivan
Divisional Hospital Support Supervisor
MOS: 0311 Infantry
About
Kim Sullivan

I have been with LabCorp for almost 9 years, and have been a Supervisor for the Mid-America Hospital Support team for about 7 years. My day consist of fighting fires and fixing issues, and when I say fires, I mean problems, and by fixing, I mean resolving. A big part of my day is spent researching problems and resolving it to the best of my ability. I oversee a wonderful hospital support team that is dedicated to helping our customers with resolving specimen issues, answering technical questions, and providing an array of support for our hospital clients. I truly enjoy working with my team and seeing them grow every day. I've learned in this leadership role that it is imperative to listen to your employees and also give them a voice.

Kim Sullivan
's Advice

Make the initial effort to know your job inside and out, learn the process, and understand it. When you know your job, people will notice. Opportunities for advancement will be in your path.

Patrick D Hillstrom

Support Services Supervisor
Aerospace Medical Service/Immunizations Supervisor/4N071
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Patrick D Hillstrom
Support Services Supervisor
MOS: 0311 Infantry
About
Patrick D Hillstrom

Routing- Continually looking at ways to reduce overall routing(operating) costs while still providing service excellence. Quality management- make sure we are picking up every client, everyday and addressing any service related concern. Follow up- Continual communication w/ internal and external customers regarding all facets of service provided to clients.

Patrick D Hillstrom
's Advice

You do not need to know everything. Work on continually building and fostering your business relationships(network). The work load is more manageable when you share it w/ others.