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Boone County Hospital Clinic Rad Tech/Lab Assistant-Phlebotomist in Boone, Iowa

Join our clinic team now providing excellent patient care with a skilled team of providers and a team approach to healthcare! Status: Full-Time, 40 hours per week Shift: Days Shift Time Schedule: 8:00am-5:00pm Days: Monday-Friday We offer competitive pay and a great benefits package that includes: * Medical Insurance * Dental Insurance * Vision Insurance * Flexible Spending Accounts (FSA) * Health Savings Accounts (HSA) * Life insurance * Aflac * Short-term and long-term disability coverage * Wellness program and reimbursement * Free access to Boone County Hospital’s onsite fitness room * Generous PTO Accrual Plan * Sick Pay * Iowa Public Employees Retirement System (IPERS) * Employee Assistance Program (EAP) POSITION SUMMARY: Depending on the clinic location, may collects blood specimens from patients vital for the diagnosis and treatment of disease as appropriate for patient age to include neonatal, infant, child, adolescent, adult and geriatric adult, runs CLIA waived samples, performs EKG's, operates radiologic equipment to produce radiographs (x rays) of the human body for diagnostic purposes and demonstrates competency in obtaining images within the scope of their license. REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS/MINIMUM KNOWLEDGE: • High School diploma or G.E.D. or will obtain High School diploma or G.E.D. within 6 months of hire AND • Completion of an on-the-job phlebotomy training program or 1-year previous phlebotomy experience Valid, current State of Iowa Permit to Practice Radiology - location specific PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: • Completion of a certified phlebotomy course or previous lab experience - location specific • Previous radiology technician experience - location specific ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: Understand and abide by the Boone County Hospital Standards of Behavior, confidentiality statement, EMTALA guidelines and general hospital policies, procedures, and related practices. • Follows established departmental policies, procedures, and standard work. • Works independently, organizing work to meet established deadlines. • Follows safe work practices. • Complies with the requirements of laboratory regulatory and accrediting agencies. • Receives and processes physician requests for testing. • Properly identifies patients and appropriately labels specimens per departmental and hospital standard operating procedures. • Appropriately performs venipunctures using the vacutainer system, syringe method, butterflies, and capillary collections from heels or fingers for testing. • Educated in appropriate vein selection prior to performing venipuncture to minimize patient discomfort and ensure patient safety. • Uses excellent customer service skills by greeting patient, identifying self, and explaining procedure to patients. Listens to and acknowledges patient concerns prior to performing venipuncture. • Operates laboratory information system; performs computer data entry and other clerical tasks as required. • Collect urine drug screen specimens in accordance with federal laws. • Maintains a clean and appropriately stocked phlebotomy tray and work area. • Assists in training new employees at the direction of the clinical laboratory director. • Documents and reports variances to department director. • Refers questions requiring additional knowledge to laboratory supervisor. • Performs additional tasks, special functions and/or special projects as assigned. • Perform CLIA waived tests and result them into the LIS. • Radiology specific functions: • Practice radiation protection techniques to minimize radiation to patient and staff. Practice good Quality Control. • Move x-ray equipment into specified positions and adjust equipment controls to set exposure factors. • Assist clinic in developing new protocols and imaging techniques for use in diagnostic radiology. Able to assist with clerical duties of the department. Computer literacy attainable. Assist with patient transportation as necessary.