The Patient Service Technician (PST) will:
Perform pediatric and adult venipunctures, finger sticks, heel sticks, and other collection services as ordered by the provider.
Perform CLIA waived testing (i.e. urine dip, pregnancy tests, finger stick blood glucose levels, fecal occult blood tests, rapid influenza tests, finger stick PT/INR, monospots, sed rates, rapid streps) as described in the laboratory procedure manual with minimal/no supervision.
Maintain accurate laboratory records and make available for inspections /audits by Lab Supervisor, Lab Director, Lab Consultant and CLIA Surveyors.
Perform necessary quality controls; participate in proficiency testing program as required, quired, Maintain lab instruments as indicated by manufacturer recommendations and will follow all safety guidelines in effect.
Job Title: Patient Service Technician II
Clinic Location: Fairfield
Department: Lab Services
Job Type: Part Time
Salary Range: $18,824.00- $23,264.50 (Pay is based on several factors including but not limited to education, work experience, certifications, etc.)
Required: High School Diploma or Ged. Certificate of completion from an accredited phlebotomy program or 2 additional years of directly related experience as a phlebotomist (5 total) may substitute for accredited phlebotomy program.
Preferred: B. Associate or bachelor’s Degree in related field
Required: 3 years of directly related experience as phlebotomist in a patient service center, clinic, or hospital setting.
1 year of waived testing and specimen
Preferred: 5+ years of direct experience working in a Patient Service Center, clinic, or hospital setting.
processing experience in clinical setting
Required: Valid driver’s license. • Must obtain BLS within 30 days of employment
Preferred: Certified Phlebotomist and Certified/Registered Medical Assistant. Member of an accredited phlebotomy National organization
Required: Those hired into this position must complete the KSC review/skill validation program within 90 days of hire.
Able to use related equipment. Experience with computers and Windows- based software. Ability to practice good customer service principles and practices.
Preferred: Bi-lingual or multi-lingual. Ability to use Microsoft software applications including Word and Excel. Knowledge of electronic medical record systems.
Prior EPIC experience
Required: Ability to speak, write and understand
Preferred: Bi-lingual English
Working Environment: Clinic
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Why Kelsey-Seybold Clinic?
- Medical, Vision, and Dental
- Tuition Reimbursement
- Company Matching 401K
- Employee Reward and Recognition Program
- Paid time off for vacation, sick, and holidays
- Employee Assistance Program
- Continuing Medical Education allowance