Mobile Phlebotomist - (Fort Dodge, Iowa, United States)
Location: Fort Dodge, Iowa
Internal Number: 32877219760
eHealthScreenings, a Premise Health Company that specializes in national biometric screenings, has exciting opportunities for Mobile Phlebotomists / Health Screeners in your area. These positions are as-needed opportunities and offer flexibility in scheduling and highly competitive pay. If you are seeking PRN/per diem opportunities, have flexible availability during weekday mornings, seek supplemental income, and meet the requirements below, our Recruiters are currently reviewing resumes and scheduling immediate interviews. Apply today!
In this position the Mobile Phlebotomist is responsible for performing biometric health screenings, which would include performing finger sticks, biometric readings, and/or venipunctures, for our clients throughout the city and the surrounding areas.
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:
Perform and record biometric testing results including, but not limited to height, weight, blood pressure, body fat, and BMI (Body Mass Index)
Blood testing including finger stick and / or venipuncture blood draws
Candidates with proven experience in performing venipuncture blood draws will be required to do so in a fast-paced environment; providing it is needed during the screening events
Preparation of specimens for storage or additional processing
Set up and break down portable blood draw / biometric station(s)
May need to transport supplies to and from health screening events (lifting 10-20 lbs.)
Maintains the logs and records for all Laboratory transactions and information in accordance with department and regulatory requirements
May require other duties as assigned
BASIC QUALIFICATIONS: Education: minimum High School diploma or GED is required??
REQUIRED for ALL finger stick and venipuncture Technicians:
CPR (BLS for community/lay responder or Healthcare Provider/Professional Rescuer)
Also??REQUIRED for venipuncture Technicians from Louisiana, Nevada, Washington, and California: Must be certified in Phlebotomy as required at the state level.??
Also??REQUIRED for venipuncture Technicians from the other 46 states: Certification in??one of the following:
Current national certification in Phlebotomy or Medical Assisting from* American Association of Medical Assistants, American Medical Technologists, National Center for Competency Testing, American Registry of Medical Assistants, American Allied Health, American Society of Phlebotomy Technicians, or National Health Career Association (required for WA and LA)
Certificate/Diploma and Transcripts from an accredited Phlebotomy/Medical Assistant program with hands on externship completed and passed. Total on-line courses will not be accepted.
RN with documentation of current state license/registration (e.g., copy of actual license, verification of license, or email including license number)
Must have a minimum 1 year of experience of Health Screening or Phlebotomy experience
Over 100 successful finger sticks within the last year or, if you do venipuncture blood draws, a minimum of 200 successful venipuncture blood draws within the last 6 months
Knowledge and Skills:
Must be available to work a PRN, event-driven position, primarily during the weekday mornings; this is not a full or part-time 'steady hours' type of position
Have outstanding customer service skills
Punctual, responsible, and able to work with limited supervision
Possess professional demeanor and appearance
Excellent verbal and written communication skills
Possess a strong attention to detail
Ability to work in a fast-pace environment
Ability to show proof of professional credentialing
Ability to pass a full background check
Must have reliable transportation
Must be computer / internet savvy
Knowledge and skills necessary to collect blood samples from patients
Ability to work independently, in a safe and appropriate manner in accordance with safety and organizational policies and procedures
Knowledge of workplace health and safety concepts and OSHA regulations preferred