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The University of Florida Shands Hospital is hiring for a Medical Technologist - Hem Path - Hematopathology position in Gainesville, Florida.
The University of Florida Shands Hospital is recognized by Becker's Hospital Review as one of the 100 Top Hospitals, by Forbes as One of America's Best Employers, and by Indeed as #20 on the list of 25 top-rated workplaces: Best Hospitals. Our Magnet-designated the facility offers not only world-class patient care but also outstanding research and education opportunities to its employees.
UF Health Shands provides the following core benefits:
Medical Insurance (EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY UPON DATE OF HIRE)
Long-Term Disability Insurance
Employee Life and AD&D Insurance (effective the first day of the month after employment)
Paid Time Off (accrues bi-weekly based on hours worked and years of service)
Employee Assistance Plan
Tuition Reimbursement (available after six months of employment)
Position Summary: The Registered Professional Nurse is responsible for identifying the patient's alterations in health, assessing the patient's human response to actual and potential health problems, implementing nursing interventions based on theoretical concepts from nursing and other arts and sciences and evaluating the effectiveness of nursing interventions to achieve optimal patient outcomes.
Whenever possible, the patient, the family or those significant to the patient are an integral part of the assessment, planning, intervention, and evaluation efforts of the Registered Nurse.
The Medical Technologist performs simple and complex analysis on tissue, blood and body fluids using laboratory instrumentation, manual methods and standard operating procedures. Trains other technical personnel in the performance of laboratory tasks. Approves the performance of tests by technicians. Uses independent judgment and assumes accountability for high quality standards.
Minimum Education and Experience Requirements:
Bachelor Degree in Medical Technology; or Bachelor Degree and one year as a Medical Laboratory Technician; or, 90 semester hours of science and completion of an AHCA approved training program; or, Associate Degree and appropriate combination of training and experience.
Be part of the team of excellence that is moving medicine forward.
In addition to a culture defined by teamwork and professional support, we offer competitive salaries, outstanding benefits, and relocation assistance.
University of Florida Health is the Southeast’s most comprehensive academic health center, encompassing hospitals, physician practices, colleges, centers, institutes, programs and services across northeast and north-central Florida. UF Health represents the shared vision and commitment to patient care excellence of more than 22,000 employees of the University of Florida Health Science Center and UF Health Shands health care system.