- Performs all collections in timely manner
- Care provided is appropriate to the age of the patients served, as defined in the scope of service for the Associate's area of practice. Demonstrates the ability to obtain information and interpret information in terms of the patient's needs.
- Demonstrates appropriate knowledge of growth and development. Communicates with patients in an age appropriate manner and tone. Gives personalized care during specimen collection and procedures. Uses preventative techniques to alleviate a patient's risk of hematoma and nerve injury.
- Recognizes and notes unusual patient conditions that may compromise test results.
- Observes patients for any signs or symptoms of physiological reactions prior too, during and after blood collections and takes appropriate emergency response measures to prevent injury and stabilize the patient (i.e., calling codes, fainting, etc.).
- Makes appropriate decision when to alert nursing personnel and the laboratory supervisor when serious reactions or emergency conditions exit.
High School diploma or equivalent required
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