Northshore University Hospital Phlebotomist I in United States
Location:* Offsite Phlebotomy*
Full Time/Part Time:Full Time (40 hours per week)
Hours:Hours will be full time on a rotating shift times, with rotation into weekends and holidays.
Required Travel:Must be willing to travel to other NorthShore sites as needed
What you will need:
Education:High School diploma or equivalent required
Certification:CPR certification and PBT (ASCP) certification preferred
Experience:1 year of recent phlebotomy experience in a comparable healthcare setting or demonstrated competency and proficiency in all Phlebotomist I job responsibilities
Skills:Good communication and organization skills, moderate computer skills needed, reliable transportation to travel between sites required, strong customer service skills.
What you will do:
Perform a variety of routine and special phlebotomy procedures as authorized by the Manager/Director
Responsible for ordering tests into the Laboratory and Hospital computer systems and documenting Lab receipt of specimens
Collect patient specimens in accordance with test requirements and in a manner which is appropriate for the age and/or specific patient population served
Collect blood samples for specific tests ensuring volume is adequate and correct tubes are utilized
NorthShore University HealthSystem (NorthShore) is an integrated healthcare delivery system consistently ranked as aTop 15 Teaching Hospital in the U.S.The NorthShore system, headquartered in Evanston, Ill., includes five hospitals – Evanston,Glenbrook,Highland Park,Skokie andSwedish. NorthShore also includes a 900 physician multispecialty group practice,NorthShore Medical Group, with more than 140 locations in the Chicagoland area. NorthShore has an established reputation and employs over 10,500 people.
NorthShore is committed to excellence in its academic mission and supports teaching and research as the principal teaching affiliate of the University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine.
NorthShore was the first health system in Illinois to achieve Magnet® recognition—the highest, most prestigious honor that demonstrates excellence in nursing and high standards in patient care—something only achieved by 6% of hospitals nationwide. The system earned Magnet re-designation in 2019. When you work for NorthShore, you will be part of an organization that encourages its employees to achieve career goals and maximize their professional potential.
Please explore our website (www.northshore.org) to better understand howNorthShore delivers on its mission "to preserve and improve human life" through superior clinical care, academic excellence and innovative research.
NorthShore is committed to working with and providing reasonable accommodation to individuals with disabilities. Please refer to the main career page for more information.
EOE: Race/Color/Sex/Sexual Orientation/ Gender Identity/Religion/National Origin/Disability/Vets, VEVRRA Federal Contractor.
Title: *Phlebotomist I *
Requisition ID: 75558