Position Summary: We have an exciting opportunity to join our team as a Clerk.
The clerk's role is to support the distribution process within the department of Anatomic Pathology. The clerks are responsible for filing and distributing the on-site and off-site materials produced by the laboratories and assisting with sending out any relevant send-out requests.
Filing Slides/Blocks: Filing slides after pathologist case sign out, filing slides as they return from outside institutions, conferences, or any other location where they were previously used. Picks up slides/blocks from MD offices and/or laboratories for filing. Rotates into the main laboratory to file blocks for short term and long-term storage. Properly documents the file event in Omni-Trax/Tamtron or other designated database. Files any other required patient records.
Pulling Slides: Pulling slides out of original file for conferences, quality assurance, previous case review, patient slide request, molecular testing, outside institution return or other request, and any other similar requests. Properly documents the tracking event in Omni-Trax/Tamtron or other designated database.
MD/Service Slide distribution: Delivers slides to the appropriate MD/Service mailbox (or hand delivers if necessary). Properly tracks this event in Omni-Trax.
Archives: Accepts request from various department members (MDs, BRC, management, etc) to retrieve slides and blocks from offsite storage facility. Processes requests with outside storage facility and reconciles order upon delivery. Distributes material to requestor. Properly documents the tracking event. Obtains and collects slides and blocks to be delivered back to storage facility. Processes and reconciles return requests with outside storage facility. Catalogues inventories of slides and blocks to be moved to archives for long-term storage.
Scanning: Scanning as necessary. Participates in QA check of scans.
Other requests: Completes other requests as necessary; ex. Completing slide searches, completing errands/tasks as directed by supervisor.
High School Diploma or the equivalent.
Effective oral, written, communication and interpersonal skills.
Basic knowledge of personal computer.
Preferred Qualifications: Knowledge of medical terminology. A minimum of one year of full time work experience in a laboratory setting
Qualified candidates must be able to effectively communicate with all levels of the organization.
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