The Phlebotomist I is responsible to accurately collect patient
specimens for diagnostic testing while working in a professional
medical environment. This position functions as part of a dynamic
and engaging team with a workload that ranges from fast-paced
hospital settings and high/low volume clinics. Caregivers in this
role will gain valuable experience and knowledge to help prepare
them for workplace and career advancement.
The Phlebotomist I performs specimen collection using many
different techniques such as venipuncture, capillary puncture,
PIVO, and throat swab collections. These caregivers collect
specimens from patients of various acuities, such as Outpatient,
Emergency Department, and Inpatient - including newborns, patients
in intensive care, and all other areas of the hospital. They are at
the forefront of patient care and adhere to and enforce the
standards for laboratory compliance and safety regulations.
Intermountain Caregivers in this role will communicate
procedures and instructions with patients and family members and
demonstrate empathy during every interaction. They will also have
opportunities for growth, developing skills such as:
+ Patient registration
+ Participation in CODE response teams
+ Training and mentoring new staff
+ Specimen Processing
+ Participation in special projects
+ Other laboratory responsibilities as required by site or
assigned by the team or department leader.
This position requires organizational skills, as well as the
ability to navigate multiple computer systems, work well as a
member of a team, and maintain a clean and safe work environment.
Candidates applying for a phlebotomy role are resilient and have
the ability to manage stressful situations in a professional
+ Basic Life Support certification (BLS)/RQI for healthcare
+ High School diploma or GED in compliance with CLIA
+ Ability to take on-call shifts, according to department
+ Must be flexible to work in other facilities, as needed.
+ Adheres to all personal protective requirements in inpatient
and/or outpatient settings, including, but not limited to, gloves,
lab coats, face shields, and masks.
+ Six months of phlebotomy experience OR Phlebotomy training as
approved by Manager/Supervisor.
+ Certificate of completion from phlebotomy school or
+ Willingness to work in a team environment under stressful
+ Self-motivated and able to work independently.
+ Basic computer skills.
+ Interact with patients, patients' family, patient care
providers, and others requiring the employee to verbally
communicate information, as well as understand spoken
+ Operate computers and complex and delicate lab equipment with
precision and accuracy requiring the ability to move fingers and
+ See and read lab equipment, labels, monitors, and
+ Walk while transporting phlebotomy equipment cart.
+ Remain standing for long periods of time to perform work.
+ Adjust body, including bending, to perform phlebotomy
West Jordan Clinic
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