Medical laboratory scientists (MLSs) independently perform clinical laboratory procedures in all areas of the laboratory including blood banking, chemistry, hematology, immunology and microbiology. MLSs use their expertise to accurately interpret, document, and report out test results to support the delivery of high-quality patient care. By performing quality control testing, instrument maintenance, and troubleshooting they verify the analytic accuracy, precision, sensitivity, and reference ranges for test methods. They routinely communicate professionally with colleagues, providers and other team members and serve as a resource for lab based questions. They are an integral part of the patient care team, supporting effective and efficient diagnosis and treatment.
Medical Laboratory Scientist (ASCP)
Eligibility for certification by a nationally recognized certifying agency
Must be certified or eligible. Must obtain certification within one year of hire.
Bachelor’s degree in medical technology, medical laboratory science, human sciences or education qualifications as stated per CLIA requirements.
5 years’ experience working in a clinical laboratory preferred
Experience in clinical chemistry highly preferred
Shift: Working 30-40 hours a week, Day shift.
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About Door County Medical Center
Door County Medical Center, an integrated hospital system serving the health care needs of the Door County region since 1943, offers a full range of services including clinic, inpatient, outpatient, and long term care. Key services and facilities include a cancer/radiation oncology treatment center, physical, occupational and speech therapy, and emergency/urgent care and clinic services.