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    Come join us in beautiful Cottonwood, Idaho. - Sign on bonus - St. Mary's Health received a CMS 5 Star Hospital Quality Rating - Newly remodeled laboratory - Competitive salaries with yearly cost of living evaluations and adjustments - Employee focused organization - Prairie School Systems is a Five Star School (great academic and sports opportunities for children) - Numerous outdoor sporting and recreational activities close by Responsible for the analysis of laboratory specimens and subsequent result reporting according to laboratory protocol and procedures. Job Requirements Minimum Education -Medical Lab Technician: Associate's degree in a relevant science required. -Medical Lab Scientist: Bachelor's Degree required. -ASCP or equivalent registration or has completed a technician training program in a school accredited/approved by HHS, or eligible under Medicare laboratory regulations. Minimum Work Experience -A minimum of four months clinical laboratory internship preferred. -1-2 years of previous clinical laboratory experience is preferred. Required Licenses/Certifications -ASCP or equivalent certification, preferred Required Skills, Knowledge, and Abilities -Able to multitask and prioritize. -Computer skills. Shift/Schedule -Full time , 7 on/7 off. Thursday-Wednesday Overnight shift SMH is an EOE Apply Online http://smh-cvhc.fasthealth.com/jobs/show_job_category.php?category=St. Mary's Health
  1. I think the usefulness of these machines depends a lot on the type of patient population you are serving. We did a test run on a Cellavision for about a month. We were a fairly small hospital but serviced a cancer center. We found that it took about 1 minute less to do a normal manual diff and on the abnormal diffs it was taking us anywhere from 10-15 minutes more per diff because the machine was incorrectly classifying so many cells. We weren't terribly impressed and ended up deciding it would save us time to continue to do them manually. Also on questionable cells and RBC inclusions it is more difficult to differentiate certain cells when you cannot focus in or out.
  2. Welcome to the forums CBennett3 :)

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