SEE THE COUNTRYSIDE AS A TRAVELING MEDICAL LAB TECH!
Believe Me, It's Worth It.
Have you ever had the desire to hit the open road and see where life takes you? As a med-tech or phlebotomist, here is opportunity knocking at your door! Imagine traveling to amazing new locations, beginning a new adventure, a new chapter in your life as a medical traveler.
When you work as a traveling med lab tech, you begin to see the world from a different perspectivece . New opportunities, fresh faces, and great compensation are simply the start! You know all about how blood, tissue and fluid samples can properly diagnose and treat patients. Lab tests have become part of your daily professional routine. Now embrace the challenge! Working as a medical traveler means continuing to imact people's lives with a job you love while experiencing different and exciting locations. Seize the moment, take control of your career, and experience life from a different perspective with us!
WILLING TO TRAVEL AS A MED LAB TECH?
Here Are Some Details.
Med lab techs perform a variety of tests on blood, tissue, and body fluids that can be used to diagnose and treat patients, and serve as a tremendous support to physicians and hospitals. Responsibilities of a traveling med lab tech include:
Perform laboratory tests on patient specimens in the areas of Hematology, Chemistry, Microscopy, Coagulation, Microbiology, Virology and Serology to assist in identifying medical disorders and to monitor ongoing patient therapy
Prepare specimens to be sent to referral laboratories and report test results as they are returned
Obtain blood specimens from patients using standardized capillary or venipuncture procedures
Report patient results, documenting quality control and distribution of data
Check instrument calibration and reagent reactivity by assaying quality control specimens to assure accurate patient test results
Evaluate results of patient testing, quality control and survey testing, and take appropriate action to prevent compromises in patient care
Consult with physicians, nurses and other healthcare professionals concerning requested services and test results