- Medical Technologist (MT) — Collect blood samples, analyze blood, body fluids and tissues, prepare chemical solutions, keep accurate laboratory records, maintain quality control standards, trouble shoot instruments for the Chemistry, Hematology, Microbiology and Blood Bank departments.
Education: BS, three- or four-year college program plus one year of internship at an accredited school of Medical Technology and completion of a national certification exam.
- Medical Laboratory Technician (MLT) — Similar job duties as a Medical Technologist .
Education: Two-year AA program with an internship at an accredited hospital and completion of a national certification exam.
- Phlebotomy Technician — Obtain optimum blood samples from patients, instruct patients on collection of urine or stool samples, report any important information from patient interaction to the technicians.
Education: HS diploma with formal phlebotomy training course or six month on-the-job training with medical terminology.