Company: Hospital Corporation of America
Location: Conroe, Texas
Posted: May 05, 2017
Reference ID: 06437-74225
Conroe Regional Medical Center - Conroe, TX
Phlebotomy Supervisor- Lab
Conroe Regional Medical Center, where high-quality care meets the comfort and convenience of a hospital close to home. We have been meeting the healthcare needs of the Montgomery County region for more than 75 years.
As a regional, tertiary referral center, other hospitals rely on us when a higher level of care is necessary. We have 342 beds, 1,200 employees, more than 400 physicians on staff, and the resources of the largest healthcare provider in the nation - HCA.
Conroe Regional Medical Center has achieved recognition as a Certified Primary Stroke Center, an Accredited Chest Pain Center, and designation as a Level III Trauma facility. CRMC also has a Level III Neonatal ICU for the most vulnerable patients.
Conroe Regional Medical Center is currently looking for a Phlebotomy Supervisor- Lab.
Under the general supervision of the Director of Laboratory and Laboratory Manager, the Phlebotomy Supervisor coordinates and supervises laboratory phlebotomy activities within assigned areas in a manner designed to increase work efficiency and accuracy. Also, provides clinical laboratory services to patients in accordance with accepted practices and Departmental and Hospital standards of care.
Is responsible for the scheduling, and direct supervision of phlebotomists/laboratory assistants. Investigates and resolves problems/complaints which involve phlebotomy or specimen collection from physicians patients, and their families, nursing, and other laboratory or hospital personnel. Insures that laboratory policies and procedures are being followed by phlebotomists. Communicates to Laboratory Director all issues concerning phlebotomy or specimen collection, and works closely with the Director to resolve such issues. Completes special projects as assigned, by Laboratory Director and/or Manager. Must be capable of making consistent decisions based on laboratory policies and procedures.
Each patient is assessed by appropriate disciplines beginning at the time the patient enters a hospital service and progressing through discharge. The person in this position demonstrates knowledge and skills necessary to provide clinical laboratory services to patients served in relation to growth and development over the life span to identify their requirements relative to age-specific needs.
A. Completion of an approved Phlebotomy Training Program
B. 2 - 5 years working experience in a hospital setting preferred
C. Must have current BLS certificate from the American Heart Association