Top Phlebotomist Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Phlebotomist. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Phlebotomist resumes they appeared on. For example, 26.9% of Phlebotomist resumes contained Laboratory Specimens as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Phlebotomist actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

The six most common skills found on Phlebotomist resumes in 2020. Read below to see the full list.

1. Laboratory Specimens

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Here's how Laboratory Specimens is used in Phlebotomist jobs:
  • Prepared, processed, transported, labeled, and prepared laboratory specimens for testing within Pathology Department as ordered.
  • Prepared laboratory specimens, collected and processed samples and distributed collections while maintaining an accurate custody chain of deposits.
  • Performed blood collection procedures on patients to obtain laboratory specimens, and conducted point of care laboratory procedures.
  • Maintain operating procedures to include collection of laboratory specimens for laboratory and medical clinic of 9 Doctors.
  • Participated in the development of new procedures, techniques used in obtaining and handling laboratory specimens.
  • Collected laboratory specimens by venous, arterial or capillary puncture to outpatients in a clinic setting.
  • Assisted patients, nursing staff and other hospital personnel with questions regarding laboratory specimens and protocol.
  • Prepare laboratory specimens for testing in the laboratory, including unpacking, sorting and receiving specimens.
  • Used laboratory information system to remove, assess and collect laboratory specimens per test requisition.
  • Assisted all hospital staff and patients with any questions regarding laboratory specimens and hospital protocol.
  • Collected blood and other laboratory specimens and prepared for testing using sterile and universal techniques.
  • Documented patient identity according to CLIA88 standards for proper patient identification of laboratory specimens.
  • Collect and prepare laboratory specimens/transported specimens to the laboratory for testing and perform laboratory tests
  • Prepared laboratory specimens for designated departments/locations and reference Labs for laboratory analysis and testing.
  • Worked as a lab assistant collecting laboratory specimens including assisting the microbiologist with cultures,
  • Collect blood from patients utilizing proper patient identification procedures to provide quality laboratory specimens.
  • Received laboratory specimens into laboratory systems and processed for medical technologists to perform tests.
  • Obtain adequate laboratory specimens for analysis in both the outpatient and inpatient setting.
  • Collected blood and other laboratory specimens then processed and accessioned for lab testing.
  • Collect laboratory specimens, order tests, distribute specimens to appropriate testing areas

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2. Drawing Blood

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Here's how Drawing Blood is used in Phlebotomist jobs:
  • Cultivated essential medical and professional skills while drawing blood and providing basic laboratory tests in outpatient, emergency and inpatient settings.
  • Performed glucose tolerance testing by administering pretest substances and drawing blood at specific time intervals.
  • Executed daily operations of drawing blood of military personnel and their family members.
  • Specialize in drawing blood from newborns, developmentally impaired and physically impaired.
  • Verified patient information and followed procedures for drawing blood.
  • Assisted patients with drawing blood and other medical responsibilities
  • Travel from facility to facility drawing blood
  • Followed strict health and safety procedures, while drawing blood and transporting the samples from patients to the laboratories for testing.
  • Accomplished the ability to work independently on weekends drawing blood for Inpatient in a 196-bed general medical and drug treatment units.
  • Worked in the Float pool going from Hospitals to clinics drawing blood samples from patients ranging from new born to adult.
  • Trained new employees, assisting them with drawing blood, as well as teaching them all work done on the computer.
  • Job Duties: Working independently on night shift in a laboratory, drawing blood, data entry and answering the telephone.
  • Worked extensively in Windows and DOS based hospital information systems, and worked all applications of drawing blood for the lab.
  • Job consists of drawing blood in the proper tube from babies and adults and sending to the lab for lab testing.
  • Shared joint responsibility (along with Eisenhower Medical Center) for the care of collect and drawing blood from patients.
  • Key responsibilities involve drawing blood, preparing specimens for storage or testing, assembling equipment and verifying patient's records.
  • Created and documented an atmosphere of trust/ confidence while explaining procedures, drawing blood specimens, and various customer interactions.
  • Worked in laboratory at McNeeley Family Physicians drawing blood and processing specimens to be picked up by SBCL courier.
  • Performed various procedures including drawing blood, labeling blood products, performing equipment quality control and handling donor reactions.
  • Work as a Lab Assistant drawing blood from patients on assigned timed routes and transporting specimens to the lab.

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3. Phlebotomy

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Here's how Phlebotomy is used in Phlebotomist jobs:
  • Performed phlebotomy procedures (capillary, venous, and arterial) accurately and within established turn-around times.
  • Performed phlebotomy functions and non-technical duties in areas including the hospital laboratory, outpatient and off-site services.
  • Practice safe phlebotomy practices including proper disposal of sharps and hazardous waste and proper patient identification.
  • Assist with process improvement in laboratory department with recommendations to assist phlebotomy team duties.
  • Participated in the training needs of other medical personnel in phlebotomy or laboratory techniques.
  • Verify information for laboratory records and provide phlebotomy service in response to requisition.
  • Ensured that all phlebotomy, and/or specimen are collected according to established procedures.
  • Perform phlebotomy and other collection procedures for analysis and other medical diagnostic testing.
  • Perform phlebotomy procedures to collect whole blood specimens from community and/or specified donors.
  • Graduated with honors this program leading to Certified Phlebotomy Technician CPT1 certificate.
  • Performed phlebotomy including Neonatal, Pediatric, Geriatric and Oncology patients.
  • Perform phlebotomy and collects appropriate specimens from patients as ordered.
  • Performed phlebotomy on patients for analysis or other medical purposes.
  • Provided phlebotomy services in response to requisitions for patients daily.
  • Organized materials maintained and operated equipment used in Phlebotomy.
  • Followed departmental procedure manual and performed phlebotomy, accordingly.
  • Train new employees on phlebotomy skills and office/pharmacy responsibilities.
  • Conducted standard phlebotomy procedures on pediatric and adult patients.
  • Performed Clinical and Pathology Lab phlebotomy procedures on patients.
  • Provided proper phlebotomy care in an outpatient environment.

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4. Safety Procedures

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Here's how Safety Procedures is used in Phlebotomist jobs:
  • Follow infection-control and safety procedures while preparing blood-collecting equipment, drawing blood and safely storing samples until transported back to laboratory.
  • Transport specimens from on- and off-site collection areas to the appropriate section of the laboratory following established safety procedures.
  • Provided various blood collections and processing services for patients in accordance with company guidelines and safety procedures.
  • Checked that all specimens were properly and completely labeled; carefully followed all safety procedures.
  • Have participated in implementing increased safety procedures and work flow within the laboratory department.
  • Follow infection-control and safety procedures, while efficiently collecting blood and plasma specimens.
  • Follow infection and disease control safety procedures when performing daily functions.
  • Follow infectious-control and safety procedures to included proper storage and disposable.
  • Follow safety procedures as a medical professional in all daily activities.
  • Maintained a safe environment by following daily infection-control and safety procedures.
  • Develop safety procedures to improve safe environment for patients and personnel.
  • Use measures to ensure correct patient identification and safety procedures.
  • Followed safety procedures and laboratory specifications for all blood collections.
  • Exercised knowledge in laboratory safety procedures and policies.
  • Follow infection-control and safety procedures in collecting specimens.
  • Followed all safety procedures and Standard Operating procedures.
  • Followed proper patient identification and safety procedures.
  • Maintained proper safety procedures and patient confidentiality.
  • Implement quality control and safety procedures.
  • Followed all safety procedures and precautions.

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5. Urine Samples

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Here's how Urine Samples is used in Phlebotomist jobs:
  • Collected urine samples for drug screening and administered alcohol breathalyzer tests.
  • Collect blood/urine samples for laboratory analysis.
  • Draw blood, urine samples, stool samples, confirm tests on prescriptions, maintain supplies, enter information into the computer
  • Required to collect and process lab specimens including blood, flu and strep swabs, urine samples and other bodily fluids.
  • Draw blood from patients, collect urine samples from patients, print lab orders from computer, reconcile billing, customer service
  • Blood, stool, and urine samples collections in Nursing Homes early in the morning and completion of requisition forms.
  • Tested urine samples * Performed blood draws * Responsible for filling out any paperwork related to the various test performed.
  • Collect urine samples and test for illicit drugs, Draw blood for detox center helping addicts come off heroin.
  • Visit Patients houses, Nursing Homes and State regulated facilities assigned to collect blood, cultures and urine samples.
  • Blood draws on in patient and out patients* Testing of blood and urine samples in lab assisting Lab Tech.
  • Collect urine samples, and certified for collecting urine for drug screens and also certified for breath alcohol test.
  • Collect urine samples, draws patient's blood and processes specimens to be sent to the proper reference laboratory.
  • Processed all blood and urine samples and had them ready for pick at the end of the day.
  • Collected and processed blood and urine samples from Cardiology patients and prepared them for transport to testing facility.
  • Instruct patients on proper collection procedures for all laboratory samples including urine samples, stool samples, etc.
  • Draw blood samples, take urine samples, processed samples, and packed the samples for transfer.
  • Traveled to homes of elderly or disabled patients to do blood draws or picked up urine samples.
  • Performed insurance exams, acquired the patients weight, blood pressure, blood and urine samples.
  • Collected blood and urine samples from study participants in an independent FDA human drug testing lab.
  • Obtained blood and urine samples from patients in an outpatient setting and prepared for courier pickup.

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6. Patient Care

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Here's how Patient Care is used in Phlebotomist jobs:
  • Managed patient accurate records of patient care, condition progress and verified their insurance and obtaining proper authorization.
  • Operated and balanced a high paced and unpredictable environment while providing excellent patient care.
  • Collaborate with doctors and professional staff regarding patient care and clarification concerning patient orders.
  • Deliver outstanding patient care, expertly soothing nervous individuals and providing information regarding procedures.
  • Entered information into laboratory computer using Epic Patient Care Management System.
  • Maintained strict confidentiality, excellent patient care and customer services.
  • Participate in quality initiatives to ensure excellence in patient care.
  • Entered data into computerized Epic patient care management system.
  • Communicated with various departments to ensure quality patient care.
  • Communicated with hospital personnel in improving patient care.
  • Provide culturally appropriate patient care and customer service.
  • Provided patient care with outstanding communication skills.
  • Collect blood and other samples necessary to perform tests for patient care, input patient information using the Orchard Harvest system.
  • Direct patient care, filing and pulling charts, collect and process blood and labs, input and retrieve computerized pt.
  • Order entry of lab tests, patient care, customer service, answering patient questions to the best of my ability.
  • Assist MD along with PA and RN team in ensuring optimal patient care and smooth daily operations of medical office.
  • Assisted in the management and coordinated of medical center operations including patient care, equipment logistics, and supply management.
  • Collected blood specimens on patients from newborns to geriatric, and established excellent patient care techniques and customer service skills.
  • Supported the goals and objectives of the lab in its efforts to provide quality patient care and patient satisfaction.
  • Provided exceptional patient care while preparing blood-collecting equipment, drawing patients' blood and safely storing and transporting samples.

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7. Donation Process

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Here's how Donation Process is used in Phlebotomist jobs:
  • Preserved the right of patient confidentiality through screening to obtain all necessary health information before donation process.
  • Monitor donation process, administering appropriate reaction care as necessary or directed by Supervisor.
  • Followed standard protocols for registering and monitoring donors during donation process.
  • Operate medical machinery to perform vitals and plasma donation process.
  • Monitor donation process, administering appropriate reaction care as necessary.
  • Verified donor information and identification before starting donation process.
  • Screen donors to determine eligibility for donation process.
  • Monitored Customers during the donation process.
  • Monitor donors during donation process.
  • Disconnect donors after donation process.
  • Provided excellent customer service to all donors by paying attention to their needs before, during and after the donation process.
  • Ensured donation process is efficient and makes adjustments when necessary to make the process a positive experience for the donor.
  • Monitored the donors and equipment during the donation process as well as complete any documentation associated with the donation process.
  • Help make donors be comfortable with donation process from beginning to post donations to increase the chances to repeat donations.
  • Developed efficient time management skills, steadily expanded knowledge skills and abilities while becoming proficient in the donation process.
  • Ensured that all donor needs were continually met throughout the donation process, including evaluating and treating donor reactions.
  • Greeted and acknowledged donors as they were assigned to donation area and after the completion of the donation process.
  • Provide a friendly and welcoming environment for donors to make the donation process as safe and relaxing as possible.
  • Direct and troubleshoot donor problems throughout the donation process, paying close attention to allergies and donor preferences.
  • Monitor donation process so all floor rules are being adhered to and all equipment is properly working.

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8. Customer Service

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Here's how Customer Service is used in Phlebotomist jobs:
  • Coordinated the service center operations, including opening and closing, customer service and preservation of proper inventory levels.
  • Serve patients by preparing specimens for laboratory testing; performing screening procedures; utilizing computer and customer service.
  • Provided excellent customer service during patient interactions and calmed anxious patients with a professional and friendly demeanor.
  • Recognized on customer satisfaction surveys for highest level of patient satisfaction and exemplary customer service delivery.
  • Communicate effectively with all levels of management and team members to ensure excellent customer service.
  • Provided clerical support, customer service, scheduling, and insure positive patient specimen identification.
  • Provided outstanding customer service and received numerous correspondence from patients commending the excellent service received.
  • Demonstrated excellence in customer service and public relations to promote a positive, professional image.
  • Provide excellent customer service while providing an exceptional donor experience to encourage future donations.
  • Provide exceptional customer service to all patients while Maintaining Patient confidentiality and identification.
  • Provide excellent customer service to the patient while verifying confidential patient information.
  • Awarded customer service award two consecutive quarters for performing outstanding customer service.
  • Communicated with co-workers, hospital personnel and provide customer service to donors.
  • Maintained a high volume of customer service and professional patient management.
  • Answered phones ensuring exemplary customer service and managed administrative work efficiently.
  • Provided excellent customer service to veteran population and their families.
  • Demonstrate professionalism and customer service while interacting with the patients.
  • Provided customer service including answering telephones & relaying messages.
  • Followed customer service and policy procedures within clinical setting.
  • Provided extraordinary customer service to internal and external patients/customers.

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9. Data Entry

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Here's how Data Entry is used in Phlebotomist jobs:
  • Performed routine urinalysis, automated hematology, manual serology and data entry of patient information and results.
  • Maintained integrity of client information through data entry, cross referencing specifications for accuracy, and charting.
  • Performed data entry of requisitions and patient insurance information for specimen processing for insurance billing and processing.
  • Scheduled appointments and confirmed cancellations, operate centrifuge machine, data entry.
  • Performed data entry of information into AS400 hospital laboratory operating system.
  • Perform accurate computer data entry, and accurate paperwork documentation.
  • Handle specimen processing, data entry and other laboratory operations.
  • Perform data entry and management of patient and specimen information.
  • Conducted insurance verification utilizing a data entry program.
  • Performed data entry utilizing company's database.
  • Processed specimens and data entry into computer.
  • Performed data entry and billing operations.
  • Perform manual ordering or computer data entry
  • Performed data entry tasks on patient identification
  • Prepared Paperwork & Insurance info./Data Entry
  • Perform patient information data entry.
  • Will be required to perform electronic data entry Submits accurate time and travel logs as directed by management and on time.
  • Assisted guests each day with answering questions, filling out paperwork, concierge, data entry and other front desk services.
  • Perform administrative, clerical related duties and data entry to support the Donor Center using computer, typing and filing skills.
  • Major responsibilities: Obtain specimens for laboratory testing; report results to appropriate departments, data entry, answered phones.

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10. Positive Patient Identification

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Here's how Positive Patient Identification is used in Phlebotomist jobs:
  • Utilize standard equipment to maintain positive patient identification through the maintenance of all clinical laboratory records.
  • Adhered to positive patient identification and registration protocol in preparation for lab testing.
  • Used standard procedures for positive patient identification and obtained information for laboratory records.
  • Place patient orders and collect and label specimens utilizing positive patient identification.
  • Monitored daily maintenance of positive patient identification to improve quality control.
  • Verified patient and insurance information for a positive patient identification.
  • Followed all required processes for positive patient identification and registration.
  • Utilized standard procedures for intake information of positive patient identification.
  • Prepare various specimens for analysis while maintaining positive patient identification.
  • Utilize standard operating procedures to maintain positive patient identification.
  • Verified positive patient identification, record appropriate collection information.
  • Maintained positive patient identification throughout blood collection process.
  • Exercise knowledgeable skills for positive patient identification.
  • Used standard procedures for positive patient identification.
  • Maintain positive patient identification on all patients.
  • Utilized hospital procedures for positive patient identification.
  • Engage in positive patient identification.
  • Greet patients and register into data base, following all required processes for positive patient identification.
  • Job Duties Include Responsible for the collection of blood specimens following a positive patient identification.
  • Utilized standard SOP with regards to the maintenance of positive patient identification.

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11. Blood Collection Devices

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Here's how Blood Collection Devices is used in Phlebotomist jobs:
  • Assembled and used medical equipment, such as centrifuges, blood collection devices, tourniquets, needles, gauze and trays.
  • Assemble tourniquet, needles, dispose containers for needles when filled, blood collection devices, gauze, cotton and alcohol.
  • Assembled equipment, i.e., tourniquet, needles, disposable needle containers, blood collection devices, gauze, cotton.
  • Assembled tourniquet, needles, disposable containers, blood collection devices, gauze, cotton and iodine on work trays.
  • Assembled medical equipment, such as blood collection devices, tourniquet, needles, cotton and miscellaneous supplies.
  • Dispose of containers for needles, blood collection devices, gauze, cotton and alcohol on work tray.
  • Assembled equipment such as: needles, blood collection devices, gauze, tourniquet, cotton and alcohol.
  • Assembled and organized equipment, such as: tourniquets, needles, and various blood collection devices.
  • Educate coworkers on revised policies, procedures, and use of intravenous equipment and blood collection devices.
  • Assembled tourniquet, needles, and performed proper disposal of contaminated accessories and all blood collection devices.
  • Assembled tourniquet, needles, disposable containers, for needles and blood collection devices.
  • Assemble equipment and blood collection devices according to requirements for special tests or procedures.
  • Set up blood collection devices.
  • Verified and recorded identity of patient Assembled tourniquet, needles, disposable containers for needles and blood collection devices.
  • Assembled medical equipment, such as vaccutainers, winged infusion sets and other blood collection devices.
  • Assemble medical equipment; ie: blood collection devices, tourniquets, and needles.
  • Organized blood collection devices, gauzes, and alcohol on work tray.

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12. Vital Signs

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Here's how Vital Signs is used in Phlebotomist jobs:
  • Performed vital signs and health demographics to ensure donors eligibility to donate.
  • Conduct health screenings and monitor vital signs to determine donor eligibility.
  • Excelled at retrieving vital signs and document patients symptoms accurately.
  • Performed/documented vital signs as well as identified/monitored subjects.
  • Performed medical history interview and obtained vital signs.
  • Demonstrated proficiency in taking patients vital signs.
  • Perform vital signs to determine donor eligibility.
  • Obtained vital signs, collected samples and specimens, obtained prior insurance authorizations, roomed patients, refill medications, blood draws
  • Provide excellent customer services to donors, check donors records, and check for all vital signs to be in range.
  • Conduct blood collections and screening, vital signs, drug screening (hair follicles), dip stick, glucose readings.
  • Conducted interviews which included completing insurance forms and taking vital signs including height, weight, manual blood pressure and pulse.
  • Perform insurance mandatory exams, including vital signs, blood draws, urine collection and complete life insurance forms Q/A.
  • Obtain vital signs, vein checks, specimen routing, counseling donors, record keeping, and hazardous waste management.
  • Prepare and coordinate specimens and dispatch to laboratory: obtain initial lab diagnostic test and performing patient vital signs.
  • Handled back office duties of patient rooming, charting of patient vital signs, and testing ordered by doctors.
  • Draw blood from patients for various lab tests and procedures, check patients vital signs, do physicals on patients
  • Present health related information, answer questions, take vital signs and perform simple medical procedures from prospect donors.
  • DOT drug testing, insurance verification and registered patients, along with taking vital signs when checking them in.
  • Performed Nursing duties such as doing complete vital signs, shots, basic assessments/physicals, draw blood, charting.
  • Prepared patients for exam and treatments by taking and recording vital signs, symptoms and other necessary measurements.

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13. Capillary Technique

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Here's how Capillary Technique is used in Phlebotomist jobs:
  • Utilized acupuncture and capillary techniques according to established procedures.
  • Performed capillary techniques for finger pricking.
  • Collected blood and urine specimens using venous and capillary techniques.
  • Perform successful supervised blood specimen collections by venipuncture & capillary technique for cosmetic surgery lab work analysis.
  • Collected blood specimens in nursing homes and outpatient facilities by venipuncture and capillary technique.
  • Experienced in blood collection by venipuncture and capillary technique with over one-hundred sticks.
  • Perform venipuncture and capillary technique to obtain blood samples for laboratory testing.
  • Collected blood specimens on out-patients and in-patients by venipuncture and capillary technique.
  • Obtain blood professionally by venipuncture or capillary technique.
  • Collected blood from patients utilizing venipuncture capillary technique.
  • Blood collection by venipuncture and capillary technique.
  • Utilize venipuncture and capillary techniques.
  • Blood collection by venipuncture and capillary technique from patients of all age groups, pediatric blood collections, and difficult draws.
  • Perform day to day venipuncture and capillary technique on geriatrics, pediatrics adults and infants at an outpatient public setting.
  • Performed a variety of routine venipuncture procedures and capillary techniques from young patients ranging in ages 0 days-21 years old.
  • Performed a variety of routine blood drawing procedures to include venipuncture and capillary techniques from patients of all ages.
  • Collected blood using venipuncture and capillary techniques (adult and children of all ages) from 40-50 patients daily.
  • Assist phlebotomist in collecting blood specimens using venous and capillary techniques drug testing, testing for infectious diseases.
  • Retrieved and preparing patients of all ages and health conditions for blood collections by venipuncture and capillary technique.
  • Perform a variety of routine blood collection through venipuncture and capillary technique from patients of all age groups.

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14. Lab Results

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Here's how Lab Results is used in Phlebotomist jobs:
  • Performed laboratory computer documentation and scheduling of lab tests and the documentation of lab results.
  • Notified appropriate providers of lab results, to include documentation of critical laboratory values.
  • Communicated professionally with physicians and other hospital employees with lab results.
  • Performed laboratory computer operations for billing and reporting lab results.
  • Provide customer service regarding lab results to essential personnel.
  • Provide lab results to various hospital departments
  • Maintained consistent contact with the charge RN as well as surgeons and anesthesiologists, keeping them informed of patient lab results.
  • Filed lab results and other medical information into lab charts and sent copies of lab results to prescribing practitioner and or/facilities.
  • Collected specimens from patients of all ages, prepared and ordered lab tests, retrieved lab results and verified insurance eligibility.
  • Read lab results to satisfy inquires, record results for blood collections, answer general questions concerning test orders and collections.
  • Assist lab personnel in all ancillary lab procedures including communicating lab results to nursing staff with abnormal or critical values.
  • Worked the front desk putting patient orders in system, mailing lab results to doctor offices and answering the phone.
  • Input lab specimens into computer, gave lab results as needed, filed, faxed, and copied important documents.
  • Printed sorted and delivered lab results in mailing slots to all Doctors and departments at the end of each day.
  • Respond to physician requests for lab results written, verbal, and faxed and sends daily reports to requesting physicians.
  • Received all lab results and alerted doctors to all abnormal lab results and or changes in patients status received.
  • Blood Draws, Specimen Collections, Processing, Patient Registration, File Lab Results, Assist in B/O.
  • Draw blood specimens, read and record lab results, relay critical lab values, difficult IV starts.
  • Research and retrieve missing lab results, patient information and billing issues for both client and patient.
  • Obtain lab results from conducted tests and to send to the appropriate hospital personnel to complete analysis.

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15. EKG

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Here's how EKG is used in Phlebotomist jobs:
  • Worked in lab receiving patients, drawing blood, collecting urine samples, throat and nasal cultures, EKG's.
  • Perform operation of physician lab services in clinic Perform EKG's as well as start IV's in the ER.
  • Obtain an applicant's vital signs, blood sample, urine sample, EKG reading and medical history.
  • Performed EKG's, vitals, urine drug screens, urine pregnancy testing, alcohol cotton swab testing.
  • Assisted physicians with vital signs and diagnostic testing, minor laboratory testing or planting, and EKG's.
  • Process specimens, record entry, perform EKG's and other special test order by the doctor.
  • Printed out orders, brought patients into their rooms, draw labs, performed EKG on patients.
  • Deliver and pickup lab specimens to and from medical/surgical units for administering for EKG surgery prep.
  • Receive and acquire patient's body fluids, prepare and process EKG's adults and children.
  • Vent rehabilitation center drawing labs, EKG, assisting nurses in daily care of patients.
  • Performed EKG's and administered drug tests (hair, urine, and saliva).
  • Performed blood extraction and EKG's for Inpatient, Emergency Room and Assisted living patients.
  • Complete blood draws, urine collections, Electrocardiogram (EKG), blood pressure readings.
  • Performed ABG (arterial blood gasses) and EKG's (electrocardiogram) when needed.
  • Provided nurse services such as medications, injections, vital signs and EKG's.
  • Collect urine for drug screens and accurately process required paperwork, performing EKG's.
  • Provided EKG, vital sign, BLS, and additional support to clinical staff.
  • Collected blood cultures, performed EKG's as well as breath alcohol testing.
  • Performed EKG testing, Chain of Custody drug test and Tuberculosis skin testing.
  • Collected urine drug screen samples and observed the administration of EKG's.

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16. Stat

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Here's how Stat is used in Phlebotomist jobs:
  • Monitored donors' vital statistics and utilized verbal communication skills to check on their status, discontinuing procedures upon completion.
  • Resolved unusual test orders by contacting the physician, pathologist, nursing stations or reference laboratory for clarification/direction.
  • Conducted venous and capillary draws, maintained inventory of work stations, summarized medical and financial information.
  • Performed patient blood draws in a state-of-the-art clinical facility delivering pharmacology testing and laboratory services.
  • Received and reviewed accessioned requisitions from lab supervisor, prioritizing stat tests.
  • Performed computer data entry of clinical tests and generated billing statements.
  • Sanitized and organized blood drawing stations, upholding infectious control standards.
  • Maintain patient confidentiality while following procedures as stated in manual.
  • Verified test requisition by comparing information to nursing station log.
  • Responded immediately to stat specimens and to emergency codes.
  • Maintained consistent documentation according to laboratory and state policies.
  • Communicated with staff regarding status orders.
  • Compiled statistical for special reports.
  • Assist with area nursing home early morning blood draws and on-call STAT blood draws, Maintain logs at each nursing home.
  • Attended all staff meetings, treatment reviews, updated procedures for state and federal compliance and other agency meetings as necessary.
  • Communicate with patients and medical staff concerning scheduling, customer service, specimen location and status, and availability of results.
  • Comply with applicable Federal, State and local regulations as well as all American Red Cross policies, procedures and guidelines.
  • Answer inquiries by doctors, nurses, or other clinical personnel regarding the status of patient test orders and test results.
  • Worked with Dr. Jack Hayes of State Fair Community College on setting up labs and intense work with concentrations and dilutions.
  • Perform all duties and responsibilities in compliance with standard operating procedures and all applicable federal, state and local regulations.

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17. Infection Control

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Here's how Infection Control is used in Phlebotomist jobs:
  • Observed all laboratory safety and infection control practices in all procedures established by national, regional and facility policies.
  • Demonstrated knowledge of medical terminology, Infection Control and Prevention procedures, Quality Assurance guidelines, and data entry/retrieval.
  • Maintained overall safety procedures of the department in accordance with established safety, infection control & procedure protocols.
  • Followed rules and regulation regarding laboratory Safety and Infection Control to assure a safe work atmosphere.
  • Maintain infection control standards as outlined by medical procedures and regulations in assigned patient care areas.
  • Perform various safety and infection control procedures to maintain compliance with internal and external regulations.
  • Entered patients data into the computer, followed infection control procedures, maintained computerized records
  • Cleaned/sterilized equipment and work area following safety, cleanliness and infection control procedures.
  • Handle specimens in accordance with Lab/Hospital bio-safety and infection control procedures and protocol.
  • Follow strict guidelines in regard to sterilization procedures and infection control.
  • Confirmed identification, and followed all infection control and safety procedures.
  • Practice universal precautions in order to comply with infection control guidelines.
  • Describe and perform infection control, and laboratory safety procedures.
  • Checked patient identification, followed infection control and safety procedures.
  • Collected blood using proper safety and infection control procedures.
  • Practice collection procedures, infection control and specimen collection.
  • Demonstrate proper infection control and safety measure of laboratory.
  • Follow infection control procedures and organize blood collection equipment.
  • Prioritized safety and infection control during specimen collection.
  • Demonstrated knowledge of medical terminology, infection control.

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18. Computer System

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Here's how Computer System is used in Phlebotomist jobs:
  • Registered/received specimens into in-hospital computer systems.
  • Register patients, accurately and completely entering all necessary data into the computer system, answer telephones and manage paperwork.
  • Verified patient's insurance information and entered demographics and clinical data in care360 EMR computer systems.
  • Ordered laboratory supplies, maintained patient records, and entered patient/specimen information into the computer system.
  • Use 4medica computer system to transmit clinical and laboratory data to health providers and institutions.
  • Entered data into computer system, answered telephone calls, processed customer registration.
  • Logged in procedures into a secured computer system; scheduled procedures as necessary.
  • Input confidential patient information efficiently via multiple computer systems by Office programs.
  • Use two highly specialized computer systems to obtain highly sensitive patient information.
  • Utilized hospital computer system to retrieve patient reports for physician billing inquiries.
  • Receive specimens in computer system for analysis by Laboratory Technologists.
  • Register and order patients lab tests into the laboratory computer systems
  • Verify patient information and register them through multiple computer systems.
  • Position required registering patients using the Epic computer system.
  • Accessioned all specimens received into the laboratory computer system.
  • Transcribed information and entered data into the computer system.
  • Entered and retrieved patient information on laboratory computer system.
  • Register patients into computer system and verify insurance.
  • Transcribed paper lab requisitions into hospital computer system.
  • Process and verify laboratory collection in computer systems.

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19. Skin Punctures

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Here's how Skin Punctures is used in Phlebotomist jobs:
  • Perform vein punctures and skin punctures as well as a variety of clerical and other duties as assigned.
  • Performed a variety or Stat and Routine Blood drawing procedures vein punctures and skin punctures.
  • Collect routine skin punctures, venous specimens and urine drug screens for testing.
  • Administered vital signs, urinalysis, skin punctures, and blood specimens.
  • Performed multiple skin punctures to obtain blood specimens for laboratory testing.
  • Perform skin punctures, nasal and throat cultures on required patients.
  • Collected blood specimens using venous and skin punctures for testing.
  • Perform vein punctures and skin punctures competently and expediently.
  • Skin punctures on infants heels and patients fingers.
  • Perform 20 - 30 venous and skin punctures a day.
  • Performed venipunctures and skin punctures to obtain a blood sample for laboratory testing with proper patient identification and labeling of specimens.
  • Performed venipunctures and skin punctures to obtain blood sample for laboratory testing UA C&S Collection Performed laboratory computer operations
  • Obtained blood specimens by performing venipunctures and skin punctures from pediatric to geriatric patients for laboratory testing.
  • Performed venipuncture's and skin punctures competently and expediently as requested in in-patient and out-patient areas.
  • Performed venipunctures and skin punctures using proper techniques with various types of people including geriatric/pediatric patients.
  • Demonstrated proficiency in performing venipuncture and skin punctures.
  • Performed daily routine venipunctures and skin punctures to obtain a blood sample for laboratory testing on geriatric and acute care patients.
  • Performed venipunctures and skin punctures to obtain a blood sample within the blood donor center drawing 50 or more per shift.
  • Collected blood samples via venipuncture, skin punctures, or arterial lines, on pediatric, adult, and geriatric patients.
  • Completed 40 hours of practical training including a minimum of 50 venipunctures, 10 patient skin punctures and two arterial observations.

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20. Blood Pressure

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Here's how Blood Pressure is used in Phlebotomist jobs:
  • Blood collection Blood pressure Pulse Temperature Finger sticks Enter patient information
  • Schedule patients for ambulatory blood pressure monitor appointments.
  • Monitored patient blood pressure during donation.
  • Perform various procedures including finger sticks, blood pressure, check temperature and pulse, drawing blood, labeling blood products.
  • Performed health screens for large corporate employers by taking blood pressure, health questions, height resulting in cheaper insurance rates.
  • Measure vital signs including but not limited to blood pressure, pulse, height, weight, body measurements and EKG.
  • Registered and screened potential donors for blood collections by performing finger sticks, obtaining blood pressure and reviewing medical history questions.
  • Meet client at their home, document medical history, measure height, weight and read blood pressure and pulse.
  • Performed all blood selection activities to include checking blood pressure, hemoglobin, weight, and blood/blood component collection procedures.
  • Learned how to accurately take blood pressure, pulse, height, weight and record patient's medical history.
  • Interviewed patients to obtain medical information and measured their vital signs such as blood pressure, respiration and pulse.
  • Gained experience with oxygen levels, blood pressure cuffs, catheters, IV poles, chest tubes and vents.
  • Surveyed prospective donors by initiating a mini-physical including: blood pressure, pulse, temperature, iron and weight.
  • Screen patients according to indicators including medical and travel history, blood pressure, pulse, temperature and hemoglobin.
  • Check patient s blood pressure, perform an A1C test, and check their glucose levels for diabetes.
  • Conduct interviews checking their hemoglobin levels, temperature, height, weight, pulse, and blood pressure.
  • Work at various Costco doing health screening Blood pressure screenings Cholesterol and glucose screenings Health Risk Assessments finger test
  • Performed mini physicals tests such as hemoglobin test, pulse, temperature and blood pressure and arm inspection.
  • Take and record donor pulse, blood pressure, and temperature measure and monitor electronic donor questionnaire system.
  • Provided physicals for donors, check blood pressures, pulse rate, temperature and iron content of blood.

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21. Venipuncture Methods

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Here's how Venipuncture Methods is used in Phlebotomist jobs:
  • Draw and analysis blood from patients using butterfly and venipuncture methods
  • Collected 25 blood samples from arteries by vacuum tube, syringe, and butterfly venipuncture methods.
  • Draw blood from veins by different venipuncture methods from all ages on inpatients and outpatients.
  • Obtain blood by way of vacuum tube, syringe, or butterfly venipuncture methods.
  • Obtain blood specimens through capillary, dermal puncture, and venipuncture methods.
  • Draw blood from veins by straight needle or butterfly venipuncture methods.
  • Draw blood from veins with vacuum tube and syringe venipuncture methods.
  • Draw blood from vein by venipuncture methods.
  • Draw blood by butterfly venipuncture methods.
  • Match laboratory requisitions to specimen samples, performed all venipunctures using butterfly needles and venipuncture methods.
  • Perform phlebotomy procedures on patients vacationers, syringe, or butterfly venipuncture methods.
  • Collect blood by vacutainer or butterfly venipuncture methods.
  • Lead Performed both Geriatric and Pediatric blood draw from veins by vacuum tube, syringe, or butterfly venipuncture methods.
  • Draw blood from veins by vacuum tube, syringe, or butterfly venipuncture methods.Match laboratory requisition forms to specimen tubes.
  • Matched laboratory requirements from to specimen tubes .,Drawn blood from veins by vacuum tubes syringe or butterfly venipuncture methods .
  • Worked in the ER and Peds unit Draw blood from veins by vacuum tube, syringe, or butterfly venipuncture methods.

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22. Department Procedures

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Here's how Department Procedures is used in Phlebotomist jobs:
  • Maintained and tracked collected specimen while maintaining integrity by following department procedures.
  • Maintain quality results by following department procedures and testing schedules.
  • Maintained specimen's integrity by following department procedures during delivery.
  • Process clinical specimens according to established department procedures.
  • Maintained quality performance by following department procedures scheduling.
  • Maintain quality results by following department procedures.
  • Followed department procedures; observing isolation procedures.
  • Assisted technicians when preparing, processing, and storing patient specimens according to department procedures using standard techniques and equipment.
  • Prepared, processed, labeled, and stored patient specimens and samples according to established department procedures.
  • Utilize hospital and department procedures for labeling, storing, processing, and transporting specimens and samples.
  • Maintained quality results by following department procedures and testing schedule; recorded results in the quality-control log.
  • Prepare donor specimens and samples according to department procedures using trained techniques and equipment.
  • Stored patient specimens and samples based on department procedures for future use.
  • Trained employees and students in department procedures.
  • Tracked collected specimens by initialing, dating and noting times of collection Maintained quality results by following department procedures and testing schedule
  • Prepared, processed and stored patient specimens and samples according to department procedures using standard techniqies and equipment.
  • Teach students and interns phlebotomy and department procedures.

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23. Osha

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Here's how Osha is used in Phlebotomist jobs:
  • Evaluated quality control within laboratory using standard laboratory test and maintained compliance with CLIA, OSHA, safety and risk-management guidelines.
  • Mastered technical knowledge of laboratory safety rules and adhered to all CDC recommendations and OSHA requirements.
  • Ensured quality control of laboratory procedures, staff communication and equipment functionally, and OSHA compliance
  • Follow all relevant OSHA guidelines pertaining to the laboratory and facility safety.
  • Performed procedures in accordance with regulatory, organizational and OSHA standards.
  • Complied with organization regulations as well as mandated OSHA regulations.
  • Followed safety protocols according to OSHA and company policy.
  • Maintained familiarity with good manufacturing practices and OSHA standards.
  • Followed OSHA policies and procedures and maintained confidentiality.
  • Followed all OSHA and Laboratories protocols designated.
  • Maintained OSHA standards while providing excellent customer service
  • Commended for laboratory maintenance/procedures during OSHA inspections.
  • Perform all duties and responsibilities in compliance with company policy and follow OSHA regulations in accordance with Federal and State regulations.
  • Collected whole blood samples for testing to ensure OSHA compliance to make sure no negative reaction or discomfort was being experienced.
  • Adhered to all Centers for Disease Control (CDC) recommendations and Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) requirements.
  • Structured and maintained a safe and healthy work environment by keeping the office clean, sanitized, and OSHA regulated.
  • Prepared specimens for testing through triage, collection, labeling and centrifuging according to OSHA and Quest standards and procedures.
  • Followed rules according to OSHA, CLIA & HIPAA guidelines also participated in quality control procedures and routine/preventative maintenance.
  • Comply with all applicable safety requirements, HIPAA, OSHA, and safety guidelines including the use of PPE.
  • Inventory, quality check, OSHA/HIPAA compliant, ordering, data entry, & assist client employees with lab.

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24. AGE Groups

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Here's how AGE Groups is used in Phlebotomist jobs:
  • Performed a variety of routine and complex blood collection procedures from various age groups, including the pediatric and geriatric population.
  • Collected stat, time study, routine blood samples from all age groups and completed all clerical duties in the laboratory.
  • Trained for urinalysis, bleeding times, sweat chlorides, specimen collection for all age groups and emergency room patients.
  • Performed limited management and supervisory duties, responsible for A.M. draws on all age groups, completed 30-40 draws daily.
  • Draw blood on all age groups, customer service, specimen processing, data entry, and follow universal precautions.
  • Collected blood specimens from patients of all age groups (geriatrics, adults, adolescents, and neonates).
  • Collect blood samples from all age groups in a hospital setting process when need help, patient data entry
  • Collected and prepared biological specimens from all age groups for testing as required both routine and complex draws.
  • Perform inpatient and outpatient blood draws on all age groups, following proper identification procedures and specimen labeling.
  • Collected various blood, throat, and urine specimens from all age groups in outpatient and inpatient settings.
  • Trained on all age groups and all types of collections due to testing requirements on all bodily fluids.
  • Experience with collecting draws on all age groups including the elderly, difficult sticks and small kids.
  • Demonstrated collection of blood samples on various age groups in a safe & proficient manner for testing.
  • Performed specimen collection from routine to complex blood draws from all age groups for testing as required.
  • Collect required blood specimens from patients of all age groups, using proper collection technique and identification.
  • Performed a variety of routine blood drawing procedures requiring interaction with multiple patients of all age groups.
  • Collect blood samples from patients of all age groups in the hospital, including outpatient services.
  • Experience in all age groups (from pediatric to geriatric), physically and developmentally challenged.
  • Work with inpatients, short-stay patients, out patients and ER patients of all age groups.
  • Provided blood, urine, and serum analysis examinations for clients of all age groups.

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25. Heel Sticks

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Here's how Heel Sticks is used in Phlebotomist jobs:
  • Performed heel sticks on newborns, and geriatric sticks, and ensured all lab samples were accounted for before lab processing.
  • Heel sticks blood collection on newborns, perform EKG, collect, centrifuge and distribute specimens, set up microbiology specimens.
  • Perform and secure bleeding time tests, blood cultures, blood collection, infant heel sticks, sampling and handling.
  • Blood Banks Order of Draw Blood Cultures Identifying Patient Processing Specimens Spending Specimens to Lab Drug tests Finger Sticks Heel Sticks
  • Have experience in inpatients, outpatients, finger sticks, heel sticks, blood cultures and bleeding time tests.
  • Participated in performing blood draws from veins, finger sticks, heel sticks, arterial and sub clavicle ports.
  • Obtained blood cultures, blood smears, stools samples, urinalysis, breath tests, and heel sticks.
  • Perform finger sticks and heel sticks to obtain blood samples on infant's toddlers and geriatrics etc.
  • Responded to regular requests to perform difficult draws, conduct heel sticks on infants and collect urine.
  • Performed finger sticks, heel sticks, hand draws, and used butterflies and straight needles.
  • Collect blood specimens from adults and infants Experience with capillary, venous, and heel sticks.
  • Performed heel sticks, finger sticks, bleeding blood times, and processed specimens for testing.
  • Bed side draws to patients in the hospital ABG sticks Heel sticks own babies Blood sugar testing
  • Performed vein punctures on pediatric, geriatric, amputees, and heel sticks on preemies.
  • Draw Nursing Home Labs Finger Stick Baby Heel Sticks work Emergency Room Work Health Fair.
  • Heel sticks on infants, and use of syringe on some patients with health complications.
  • Performed heel sticks, bleeding times, finger sticks, difficult draws, etc.
  • Worked with straight needles and butterflies with the knowledge of finger and heel sticks.
  • Perform heel sticks on newborns, perform finger sticks if ordered or necessary.
  • Performed heel sticks, capillary draws, blood cultures, and throat cultures.

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26. Phone Calls

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Here's how Phone Calls is used in Phlebotomist jobs:
  • Performed administrative duties including accurately documenting patient record, professionally answering incoming phone calls and maintaining inventory supplies.
  • Performed administrative duties including answering and transferring phone calls to the appropriate hospital personnel or handle personally.
  • Received visitors and telephone calls; provided pleasant environment to ensure quality customer service.
  • Answered all incoming telephone calls and properly transfer to appropriate laboratory department.
  • Received telephone calls from clients/ patients answering questions about laboratory testing
  • Received telephone calls and provided relevant information.
  • Received and responded to blood donation related phone calls and screened and registered blood donors and verified their medical history information.
  • Handle telephone calls from patients and doctors, assisting with problems with bills or adding additional tests ordered by the doctor.
  • Answer telephone calls and routes calls to appropriate member of the medical or laboratory staff, verify patients insurance using Athena.
  • Managed phone calls between busy doctor's offices and labs while also entering patient information into the hospital's computer system.
  • Handle daily reports, weekly reports, phone calls and emails from patients, doctors/clients about all issues or inquiries.
  • Received visitors, answered phone calls, and provided information to the patients that was provided by the doctor.
  • Talk to nurses and doctors about orders, take phone calls and forward phone calls, and take messages.
  • Fax requisitions to outside physician offices as well as make daily phone calls to patients for lab appointment reminders.
  • Answer phone calls for the department in a professional and courteous manner and ensure that accurate messages are taken.
  • Front desk duties; include answering high volume phone calls and responding to general inquiries and reroute specific calls.
  • Handled phone calls and inquiries from patients, nurses, and doctors in order to meet their needs.
  • Managed front office, answering all phone calls, scheduling appointments, filing, faxing, and mailing.
  • Provided patient with her breakfast and morning medicine, handled phone calls from patient doctors for appointments.
  • Receive telephone calls and direct calls to appropriate staff members, take messages and schedule later appointments.

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27. Applicable Laws

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Here's how Applicable Laws is used in Phlebotomist jobs:
  • Maintain patient confidentiality according to applicable laws.
  • Disposed of blood and other bio hazard fluids and tissue in accordance with applicable laws, standards, and company policies.
  • Ensured strict compliance with all applicable laws and regulations, including OSHA and NYS Health Department mandates.
  • Dispose of contaminated sharps, in accordance with applicable laws, standards, and policies.
  • Dispose of contaminated sharps, blood, and other biohazardous fluids and waste in accordance wit applicable laws and standards.
  • Disposed of blood or other biohazard fluids or tissue, in accordance with applicable laws, standard, or policies.
  • Dispose of contaminated sharps, blood or other biohazard in accordance with applicable laws, standard and polices.
  • Adhere to safety methods by disposing bio hazard waste acording to applicable laws and standards.
  • Prepared venipuncture site and drew blood from veins in accordance with applicable laws and policies.
  • Adherled to system and department compliance policies, and all applicable laws and regulations.
  • Dispose of blood or other hazardousfluids or tissue, in accordance withapplicable laws, standards, or policies.
  • Dispose of contaminated sharps, inaccordance with applicable laws,standards, and policies.
  • Dispose of contaminated sharps,in accourdane with applicable laws standards, and policies.
  • Dispose of blood or othei biohazard fluidsor t'issue, in accordancg with applicable laws, standards, or policies.

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28. Medical Records

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Here's how Medical Records is used in Phlebotomist jobs:
  • Recorded accurate lab and diagnostic test results into patients electronic medical records and communicated test results to patients.
  • Supervised the positions of Medical Records Coordinator, Quality Coordinator, and/or the closed medical record department.
  • Complete distribution of reports to physician and medical records when automation is unavailable.
  • Recorded patient information to keep medical records accurate and within documenting compliance.
  • Maintained medical records and medical billing thorough and accurate completion of documentation.
  • Maintained medical records and interfaced with insurance companies to obtain prior authorizations.
  • Maintain medical records, laboratory processing including sending specimens to laboratory.
  • Verify medical records and organize laboratory supplies for good laboratory maintenance.
  • Performed medical records review and safely handled potentially infectious materials.
  • Administered Electronic Medical Records and updated databases with patient information.
  • Entered donor information into database and ensured accurate medical records.
  • Conferred with patient to obtain information for laboratory medical records.
  • Documented laboratory results, and updating patient medical records.
  • Document all patient interactions using Electronic Medical Records systems.
  • Maintained and documented medical records and followed HIPPA guidelines.
  • Entered all laboratories orders into electronic medical records.
  • Document testing results in patients electronic medical records.
  • Demonstrate knowledge of medical records and patient confidentiality.
  • Maintain patient's medical records to ensure confidentiality.
  • Verify Patient identification and medical records review.

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29. Insurance Companies

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Here's how Insurance Companies is used in Phlebotomist jobs:
  • Performed medical examinations and prepared report of findings for various insurance companies.
  • Blood collection, Performed physical examinations for life insurance companies, Specimen collection
  • Contacted different insurance companies including Medicare and Medicaid to verify coverage levels.
  • Processed specimens and disbursed paperwork to insurance companies for payments.
  • Scheduled and performed paramedical exams for multiple insurance companies.
  • Completed requisition forms and test information with insurance companies.
  • Perform initial exams on purposed insurers for insurance companies.
  • Perform paramedical examinations for subcontracted insurance companies.
  • Preformed Paramedical Exams for various disability/insurance companies.
  • Provided completed paperwork to insurance companies.
  • Verified proper coverage with insurance companies.
  • Contacted and held conversations with various insurance companies over the phone for approvals for patient's medications and for prior authorizations.
  • Perform life insurance exams, filling out paperwork, doing blood draws & urine specimens for various life insurance companies.
  • Traveled to various cities in the Big Country, drawing blood for examination on behalf of various insurance companies.
  • Managed and worked with insurance companies and costumers for billing and arrangements for payments on their accounts.
  • Worked for over 500 different insurance companies, screening clients that were applying for life insurance.
  • Contacted doctors, patients, and insurance companies to correct errors and process requisitions for billing.
  • Register patients, call insurance companies, draw patients blood, process the blood to get tested
  • Verified patients insurance with insurance companies and orders for tests with the doctor's offices.
  • Worked with insurance companies to ensure accuracy in patient billing complete with data entry.

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30. Vacuum Tube

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Here's how Vacuum Tube is used in Phlebotomist jobs:
  • Experienced in intravenous vacuum tube, butterfly, syringe, and finger stick techniques.
  • Draw blood from patients into the correct vacuum tubes and label them.
  • Administered blood drawings using vacuum tubes, syringe and butterfly methods.
  • Obtained blood samples from donors using vacuum tube.
  • Use vacuum tube delivery system.
  • Draw blood from veins by vacuum tube, syringe and collect the patient blood * Administered medication intravenously to patients with arthritis
  • Performed venipuncture draws on outpatient and inpatient clients from their veins by vacuum tube, syringe, or butterfly methods.
  • Draw blood efficiently by venipuncture techniques from patients home, office business, using vacuum tube, and butterfly.
  • Perform venipuncture on patients using vacuum tubes, syringe, or butterfly needles.
  • Collected blood from veins by vacuum tube, syringe, and butterfly venipuncture.
  • Draw blood by vacuum tube, syringe, and butterfly venipuncture.
  • Draw blood from veins by vacuum tube and butterfly venipunture Explain donation procedures to patients.
  • Performed phlebotomy on patients in multiple hospital se ings, using vacuum tube, syringe or bu erfly methods.
  • Job description: Providing for patients Specimen obtaining and testing Syringe, vacuum tubes, slides and cultures ect

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31. Billing Information

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Here's how Billing Information is used in Phlebotomist jobs:
  • Registered patients for outpatient laboratory services and entered all patient demographic information, billing information and laboratory tests.
  • Performed basic administrative projects, obtained billing information including diagnostic codes, insurance and patient information.
  • Entered billing information and collected payments while safeguarding personal assets and credit card information.
  • Verify each client/patient test orders and billing information by telephone when necessary.
  • Perform electronic data entry including billing information and processing specimen.
  • Entered all patient demographics to ensure proper billing information.
  • Collect patient insurance and billing information as well demographic.
  • Entered billing information into system for processing.
  • Maintained computer database and prepared billing information.
  • Verified and obtained accurate billing information.
  • Verify patients diagnosis and billing information.
  • Obtain patient demographics and billing information.
  • Commended for multitasking abilities; frequently assigned billing questions and loading all billing information so the insurance companies can be billed.
  • Enter accurate patient demographics and billing information into Atlas Lab System, Care Evolve Lab System and new Care 360 system.
  • Call clients to confirm handwritten orders, verify test(s) ordered, obtain accurate billing information, i.e.
  • Followed all rules of compliance as mandated by the federal government concerning billing information and documentation of all client contacts.
  • Performed date entry tasks such as patient info, specimen, insurance, or billing information into the computer.
  • Complete test requisition to include patient demographics, accurate required billing information, and transcription of client test orders.
  • Communicated with medical personnel to confirm hand written orders, verify test ordered, and obtain accurate billing information.
  • Processed and collected patient billing information; collaborated with patients and health care providers to ensure quality service.

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32. Specimen Integrity

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Here's how Specimen Integrity is used in Phlebotomist jobs:
  • Perform specimen collection, ensuring correct patient identification and specimen integrity by using appropriate techniques for all age criteria as required.
  • Performed specimen collection, ensuring correct patient and specimen identification and specimen integrity by using appropriate techniques.
  • Centrifuge blood specimens as required by protocol and prepare specimen to maintain specimen integrity for transport.
  • Work in accordance with accepted laboratory standards to ensure optimal specimen integrity and accurate test results.
  • Protected patient identity and specimen integrity by exercising due care in specimen handling and order entry.
  • Prepare urine specimens for drug screening, urinalysis and pregnancy tests while maintaining specimen integrity.
  • Ensured accurate and proper labeling, documentation and transport of specimens to maintain specimen integrity.
  • Expedite specimen processing without compromising specimen integrity; improving turn-around times for test results.
  • Follow specific guidelines for proper transport and temperature requirements to maintain specimen integrity.
  • Perform Quality Control assessments to confirm proper identification and maintain specimen integrity.
  • Maintain specimen integrity by following Standard Operating Procedures accurately and correctly.
  • Processed clinical specimens according to strict guidelines to assure specimen integrity.
  • Performed monthly audits and audited specimen integrity and identification routinely.
  • Conserve specimen integrity by following specimen specifications and turnaround times.
  • Centrifuge blood specimens as necessary to maintain specimen integrity.
  • Demonstrate the ability to assess and determine specimen integrity.
  • Maintain specimen integrity by following hospital policies and procedures.
  • Maintain specimen integrity by following aseptic cleaning procedures.
  • Maintained specimen integrity through proper technique and procedure.
  • Stick patients data entry stocking maintain specimen integrity.

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33. Specimen Tubes

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Here's how Specimen Tubes is used in Phlebotomist jobs:
  • Labeled specimen tubes and electronically scanned into computer system for processing.
  • Completed patient requisition forms, data entry, correctly filing outpatient specimen tubes, faxing, filing and answering STAT phone.
  • Label specimen tubes with the correct patient ID, DOB, date and time, and initial.
  • Initial, date and record blood specimen tubes collected; properly complete laboratory accession record.
  • Obtained specimen from patients on various floors, labeled specimen tubes, delivered them to lab
  • Matched all lab requisition forms and specimen tubes for the laboratory accession record.
  • Match requisitions to specimen tubes and print of the correct patient labels.
  • Label all specimen tubes with the date, time, and initials.
  • Initialed, documented time, and recorded blood specimen tubes collected.
  • Complete paperwork for the specimen tubes for proper shipment or analysis.
  • Completed paperwork for specimen tubes for proper shipment to be analysis.
  • Initialed, dated, and recorded blood specimen tubes collected.
  • Labeled specimen tubes and put them in order.
  • Match requisitions to correct specimen tubes and label.
  • Appropriate laboratory forms are matched against specimen tubes.
  • Perform daily quality assurance of specimen tubes.
  • Matched lab forms to patient specimen tubes.
  • Draw blood on elders, infants, teens and pediatrics Complete paperwork for the specimen tubes for proper shipment or analysis.
  • Complete paper work for specimen tubes for proper shipment ensures all of the trays and tools used are clean and sanitized.
  • Collect specimens via venipuncture from in patients and out patients using proper collection methods, safety precautions and correct specimen tubes.

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34. Laboratory Requisition Forms

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Here's how Laboratory Requisition Forms is used in Phlebotomist jobs:
  • Labeled the specimen collection, matched all laboratory requisition forms with specimen tubes and entered specimen data into computer.
  • Match all laboratory requisition forms and specimen tubes; properly complete laboratory accession records.
  • Matched laboratory requisition forms and/or labels to specimen tubes after being collected.
  • Match laboratory requisition forms to specimen tubes and document accordingly.
  • Match all laboratory requisition forms and specimen tubes collected.
  • Place laboratory requisition forms on correct specimen tubes.
  • Match laboratory requisition forms to specimen tubes.
  • Match laboratory requisition forms with patient.
  • Streamlined the matching process for laboratory requisition forms to specimen tubes resulting in a 25% increase in work efficiency.
  • Initial, date, and record time blood was collected on all laboratory requisition forms and specimen tubes.
  • Match laboratory requisition forms to specimen labels and tubes and patients.
  • Reported to different laboratory locations where needed Verified identity of patient and matched laboratory requisition forms to specimen tubes.
  • Match laboratory requisition forms to specimen tubes Administer subcutaneous or intramuscular injects, in accordance with licensing restrictions.
  • Explain procedures to patients to reduce anxieties and obtain cooperation.Match laboratory requisition forms to specimen tubes.
  • Compare labels to laboratory requisition forms and database.Verify test requisitions with patient and doctors or nurses.
  • Document route of specimens from collection to laboratory analysis Match laboratory requisition forms to specimen tubes.
  • Match laboratory requisition forms tospecimen tubes.
  • Print out patients laboratory requisition forms and go from patient to patient and perform venipuncture as ordered by the medical doctor.
  • Match laboratory requisition forms to specimen tubes and transport specimens or fluid samples from collection sites to laboratories.
  • Match laboratory requisition forms to specimen tubes.I also assist the patients in any need they may have.

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35. Hippa

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Here's how Hippa is used in Phlebotomist jobs:
  • Adhered to all HIPPA regulations with keeping all departmental and patient information confidential and assisted with hospital protocols and procedures development.
  • Collect and maintain accurate donor records to ensure safety and protect donor confidentiality according to HIPPA guidelines.
  • Maintained high level of confidentiality concerning donor personal information as directed by HIPPA.
  • Obtain Laboratory, Pathology and Microbiology results within HIPPA compliance regulations.
  • Maintain the strictest confidentiality; adheres to all HIPPAA/OSHA guidelines/regulations.
  • Maintained confidentiality of patient information as regarded by HIPPA policy.
  • Maintain patient privacy and confidentiality in accordance to HIPPA regulations.
  • Documented patients according to office processes and HIPPA confidentiality rules
  • Utilize standard procedures for accurate patient identification and HIPPA.
  • Maintained HIPPA policies and practices by upholding patient confidentiality.
  • Maintained patient confidentiality and patient privacy related to HIPPA.
  • Processed Patient information in accordance with HIPPA regulations.
  • Followed strict HIPPA regulations to maintain patient confidentiality.
  • Maintained patient confidentiality per HIPPA regulations.
  • Utilized HIPPA and confidentiality practices.
  • Follow HIPPA privacy and confidentiality.
  • Obtain informed consent and patient history*Observe and practice all HIPPA requirements to safeguard patients privacy*Obtain and record patient/client health history's.
  • Maintain safe, secure and healthy work environment by following standards and procedures in compliance with FDA regulations and HIPPA guidelines.
  • Maintain awareness and adhere to all regulatory requirements: HIPPA, CLIA, CAP, IDPH, and JOINT COMMISSION.
  • Greet client professionally, making sure that each client receives quality care, and privacy as required by HIPPA.

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36. Minimize Patient Discomfort

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Here's how Minimize Patient Discomfort is used in Phlebotomist jobs:
  • Establish trust to minimize patient discomfort during procedures to facilitate efficiency.
  • Minimize patient discomfort, building trust while efficiently collecting specimen.
  • Demonstrated excellent patient-relation skills to minimize patient discomfort.
  • Brief patients about sample drawing and testing procedures while building trust to minimize patient discomfort.
  • Build trust with my patients, minimize patient discomfort during the procedure.
  • Build trust and minimize patient discomfort.
  • Minimize patient discomfort and alleviate patient anxieties during phlebotomy procedure while efficiently collecting specimens and/ or urine tests.
  • Verify patient identity before performing procedures, and build trust and minimize patient discomfort Labeling units for lab testing.
  • Build trust and minimize patient discomfort while effectively collecting blood samples and or plasma during phlebotomy procedures.
  • Prepare blood collecting equipment, draw blood and safely transport specimen Build trust and minimize patient discomfort
  • Minimize patient discomfort Assisted residents with bathing, hygiene, dressing, and grooming.
  • Build trust and minimize patient discomfort while performing phlebotomy.
  • Facilitate communication between nursing home and hospital Build trust and minimize patient discomfort during phlebotomy procedures while efficiently collecting blood specimens.
  • Build trust and minimize patient discomfort during phlebotomy procedures while efficiently collecting blood specimens and paying special attention to detail 1.
  • Build trust and minimize patient discomfort during phlebotomy procedures while efficiently collecting blood specimens Skills UsedPhlebotomy draws with elderly and peds
  • Helped keep the drawing room up to stock Build trust and minimize patient discomfort Obtain blood samples for medical testing through venipuncture
  • Build trust and minimize patient discomfort during phlebotomy procedures while efficiently collecting blood specimens Accessioning of specimens Epic system knowledge Data Entry

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37. ICU

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Here's how ICU is used in Phlebotomist jobs:
  • Verified patient information, labeled specimen vials and submitted specimens with meticulous accuracy from all hospital departments.
  • Perform difficult stick blood culture organized patient specimen for testing laboratory computer operation using standard techniques and equipment
  • Performed and processed blood draws and biological specimens with meticulous attention to accurate specimen labeling.
  • Can handle public confrontation effectively and calmly to diffuse potentially difficult situations.
  • Performed meticulous specimen labeling, tube processing and data entry.
  • Assisted co-workers in difficult draws and educated other co-workers.
  • Worked in the Lab and was responsible for blood draws in the emergency room, ICU, and main hospital floors.
  • Experienced in difficult draws from long term care patients such as chemo, dialysis, terminally ill and ex IV users.
  • Performed blood draws on patients of all ages and medical conditions including pediatric, geriatric, ICU, and ER patients.
  • Schedule daily draws, preform difficult draws with IV drug addicts, mentally and physically unstable patients, and geriatric inmates.
  • Collect capillary blood samples from patients when they are extremely difficult sticks and also to run the coagulation check on patients.
  • Collect blood specimens from hospital IMRCU, NICU, ICCU, bone marrow, heart transplant, and chemo units.
  • Assist nursing with difficult blood draws, and answer question about test requirements, such and tube type and transport.
  • Constructed an interfaith student referral list for students of all faiths who are seeking student fellowship within their particular religion.
  • Provided support for the emergency room, ICU, CCU, Labor & Delivery, Nursery & Geriatric Division.
  • Used Universal Precautions, collected blood at the Inpatient and Outpatient Lab from all age groups and difficult draws.
  • Specialized in obtaining samples from difficult patients; including the elderly, children and MRDD and mental illness.
  • Blood collection on inpatient units, to include newborn nursery, ICU, medical/surgical, and emergency care.
  • Called upon to perform difficult venous punctures to provide a fast and friendly donation for center and donor.
  • Work from the following departments: Emergency Room, ICU Units, Trauma Units and additional areas assigned.

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38. Lab Tests

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Here's how Lab Tests is used in Phlebotomist jobs:
  • Utilized a variety of laboratory tools/machinery to process lab tests.
  • Accessed physician lab requisitions to accurately order patient lab tests.
  • Conducted all lab tests including urinalysis.
  • Performed draws and ran lab tests in a student health clinic under the supervision of an expert to ensure proper technique.
  • Verified specimen collection information in laboratory information system, and the correct order of draw for the different lab tests.
  • Check electronic orders, ensuring that lab test ordered by the physician match labels for lab tests to be drawn.
  • Collected, ran, and reported various lab tests in a timely matters for physicians in order to treat patients.
  • Instructed patients on collection of urine specimens, registered the patients as they checked in and ordered lab tests.
  • Coordinated collection of lab tests and specimens for Emergency Room and Intensive Care Unit as ordered by physicians.
  • Answered phones in a friendly helpful, clear and well timed manner and recorded orders for lab tests.
  • Verified insurance eligibility, performed blood draws of all ages, ordered lab tests and obtained results.
  • Performed vitals, drew blood, performed EKG's, various lab tests, and injections.
  • Operated the laboratory computer system and updated the status of ongoing lab tests on the software.
  • Draw blood from patients (pediatric and adults) for various lab tests and procedure.
  • Enter patient information and order lab tests, provides customer service to patients and clients.
  • Deliver specimens to the various areas in the lab according to the ordered lab tests.
  • Draw blood, prepare for lab tests and deliver to the lab for results.
  • Collected blood samples for lab tests on regular intervals while following strict safety policies.
  • Instruct patient of lab tests: 24hr urine, occult, and glucose testing.
  • Performed lab tests and communicated results, such as patient's blood glucose levels.

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39. Biohazard Fluids

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Here's how Biohazard Fluids is used in Phlebotomist jobs:
  • Collected fluids or tissue samples, disposed of blood or other biohazard fluids or tissues, dispose contaminated sharps.
  • Dispose of blood, contaminated sharps and other biohazard fluids or tissue in accordance with policies.
  • Disposed of blood needles or any other biohazard fluids in accordance with company policies.
  • Dispose of blood and biohazard fluids or tissue, in accordance.
  • Dispose of contaminated sharps, and other biohazard fluids.
  • Dispose of blood or other biohazard fluids.

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40. Aseptic Technique

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Here's how Aseptic Technique is used in Phlebotomist jobs:
  • Key accountability includes performance appropriate patient and specimen identification maintain aseptic technique during specimen collection and using correct equipment.
  • Maintain specimen integrity and donor safety by using aseptic technique following Standard Operating Procedures and documenting all events.
  • Maintain specimen integrity by using aseptic technique, following departmental and OSHA safety procedures.
  • Maintain specimen integrity by using aseptic technique when obtaining specimens and whole blood donations.
  • Maintained strict aseptic technique, collected blood specimens, and verified patient identifications.
  • Maintained specimen integrity by using aseptic technique, following health department regulations.
  • Apply correct procedures related to aseptic technique when performing invasive procedures.
  • Maintained specimen integrity by using aseptic technique, following company guidelines.
  • Maintain specimen integrity by using aseptic technique, following laboratory procedures.
  • Utilized aseptic technique to ensure the integrity of medical equipment sterility.
  • Performed bleeding -time test Maintained specimen integrity by using aseptic technique.
  • Maintained specimen integrity by using aseptic technique and department procedures.
  • Followed aseptic techniques according to accreditation bodies and organizational policies.
  • Followed appropriate handling and aseptic techniques when collecting specimens.
  • Maintained specimen integrity by using aseptic technique.
  • Collect blood for analysis as ordered by physician using aseptic technique, spin and separate cells, prepare blood for transport
  • Practice and follow the principles of aseptic technique, handling of specimens and bio-hazard material, and universal precautions.
  • Perform blood draws on adults as well as pediatric patients, using aseptic techniques, in busy trauma hospital setting
  • Hood cleaning, disinfecting, and maintenance using aseptic technique and adherence to manufacturer standards and protocols.
  • Perform physical and interview process on blood donor, data entry, sterile and aseptic technique.

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41. Transport Samples

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Here's how Transport Samples is used in Phlebotomist jobs:
  • Prepare specimen collection equipment & safely transport samples
  • Collected blood samples from patients* Accurately label samples and maintain accurate patient charts* Transport samples to various laboratories and departments
  • Prepare blood-collection equipment, draw, label, and document specimen, and safely store and transport samples.
  • Prepare equipment for drawing blood to safely store and transport samples within the lab and to reference labs.
  • Prepared blood-collecting equipment, draw blood, and safely store and transport samples to various departments as required.
  • Prepare blood-collecting equipment, draw blood, properly label and safely store and transport samples to the laboratory.
  • Prepared blood-collecting equipment, keeping everything clean and organized to safely store and transport samples.
  • Prepare blood collection equipment, draw blood, and safety store and transport samples.
  • Obtain blood samples for medical testing, safely store specimens and transport samples.
  • Prepare blood collection, draw blood and safely store and or transport samples.
  • Transport samples back to laboratory, and distribute to appropriate departments.
  • Prepare, and safely store and transport samples.
  • Draw patients blood and transport samples to laboratory.
  • Transport samples to main laboratory for testing.
  • Prepare blood-collection equipment and transport samples.
  • Transport samples to the lab.
  • Provided oral and written interpretation services in Spanish Prepared blood-collecting equipment, draw blood, and safely store and transport samples.
  • Prepare blood-collecting equipment, draw blood, and safely store and transport samples Build trust with patients in their homes
  • Prepare blood collecting equipment, draw blood, urine analysis, handle centrifuging and safely store and transport samples.
  • Transport samples in leap-proof, insulated containers containing ice pack to laboratory in a timely manner.

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42. Hipaa

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Here's how Hipaa is used in Phlebotomist jobs:
  • Maintained proper record keeping and privacy compliance according to company specific guidelines, HIPAA guidelines and Commonwealth of Massachusetts requirements.
  • Maintained strict adherence to HIPAA for all activities including all implementations and enhancements to Hospital Information Systems.
  • Maintained HIPAA guidelines to protect patient confidentiality during screenings and mini physicals.
  • Maintained confidentiality of medical information according to HIPAA rules and regulations.
  • Performed laboratory patient intake and insurance verification according to HIPAA.
  • Maintained patient confidentiality HIPAA while following policy and procedures.
  • Performed and understands HIPAA regulations and consent laws procedures
  • Protect Patients information and confidentiality following HIPAA standards.
  • Maintained patient confidentiality according to HIPAA privacy rules.
  • Maintained complete confidentiality in accordance with HIPAA regulations.
  • Maintained patient confidentiality and followed all HIPAA standards.
  • Followed HIPAA and Privacy regulations per Clinic requirements.
  • Assure patient confidentiality according to HIPAA Guidelines.
  • Maintain patient confidentiality by following HIPAA regulations.
  • Maintained confidentiality following HIPAA guidelines.
  • Collect, transport, process, order, result, and deliver medical laboratory results with careful attention to HIPAA guidelines.
  • Obtained donor information and medical history while adhering to HIPAA regulations, Collected and processed blood according to strict health guidelines
  • Assured employees followed all HIPAA Rules and Regulations, and wore any protective clothing or equipment necessary for jobs performing.
  • Maintained patient confidentiality according to the HIPAA act and adhering to all policies and procedures, and professional standards.
  • Draw blood for patients with focus on excellent patient service, confidentiality, and efficiency following all HIPAA procedures.

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43. Donor Reactions

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Here's how Donor Reactions is used in Phlebotomist jobs:
  • Perform treatment for donor reactions and provide documentation for every collection during each donation.
  • Recognize and implement appropriate intervention for donor reactions.
  • Provided care during adverse donor reactions and documentation.
  • Monitor donor reactions after donations.
  • Manage donor reactions per IBBI procedures and under the direction of the center physician or physician substitute.
  • Care for and document donor reactions under the general supervision and direction of a registered nurse.
  • Trained the student on proper technique to both avoid and respond to donor reactions and complications.
  • Manage donor reactions accordingly by getting them something to eat and/or drink and/or a cold compress.
  • Handle donor reactions when they occurred; slight, moderate, or on rare occasions severe.
  • Treated donors who had minor donor reactions and would document incident in donor file.
  • Monitor donors during donations, respond to donor reactions, and take vital signs.
  • Responded to various donor reactions and ensured their comfort and safety at all times.
  • Responded to and assisted with handing donor reactions in accordance with company SOP's.
  • Remained calm and effectively during donor reactions and provided care to ensure donor safety.
  • Manage donor reactions as required to insure donor safety at all times.
  • Respond to and assist with handling donor reactions in accordance with guidelines.
  • Assisted in the treatment of post donor reactions per standard operating procedures.
  • Assisted with handling donor reactions in accordance to policy and procedures.
  • Responded accordingly to company's guidelines on dealing with donor reactions.
  • Managed donor reactions at donation sites by providing adverse reaction treatment.

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44. Patient Confidentiality

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Here's how Patient Confidentiality is used in Phlebotomist jobs:
  • Collected and processed specimens, proper specimen labeling and transporting, maintained professionalism at all times to ensure patient confidentiality.
  • Blood collection*processing, shipping, and transferring blood, plasma, and platelet samples*Patient care*Patient confidentiality*Providing customer service
  • Maintain patient confidentiality and privacy information as well as legal documentation such as consent forms.
  • Counseled patients and family members regarding testing, ensuring excellent customer service and patient confidentiality.
  • Filled out requisition and kept logs that contained patient demographics while maintaining patient confidentiality.
  • Processed patient information for the purpose of insurance as well maintained patient confidentiality.
  • Processed patient orders, and updated insurance information, maintained patient confidentiality.
  • Completed patient records with a high level of accuracy and patient confidentiality.
  • Maintained accurate and thorough documentation maintaining patient confidentiality at all times.
  • Obtain patient confidentiality while identifying them before performing blood or specimen collection
  • Draw patient blood, administer informed consent and maintained patient confidentiality.
  • Use standard procedures to obtain patient identification and remain patient confidentiality.
  • Document data and store appropriate patient logs and maintains patient confidentiality.
  • Maintained patient confidentiality, kept necessary records, and documented results.
  • Maintained patient confidentiality and adhering to all policies and procedures.
  • Handled patient confidentiality, deciphered lab orders and printed labels.
  • Contacted external laboratories for patient results and maintained patient confidentiality.
  • Maintain patient confidentiality while following procedures of positive patient identification.
  • Collect and input patient information while maintaining patient confidentiality.
  • Handle patient records, ensures accuracy and patient confidentiality.

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45. DNA

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Here's how DNA is used in Phlebotomist jobs:
  • Approved collection site for paternity DNA specimens for several laboratories including DNA Diagnostics.
  • Provided DNA swab testing and responsible for ensuring specimen delivery to off-site laboratories.
  • Preformed laboratory computer operations including but not limited to data entry, collected specimens to be sent for DNA testing.
  • Coordinated appointments and collected DNA samples for Paternity testing at surrounding Correctional Facilities, Detention Centers and Court Houses.
  • Interact with and collect various specimens from patients, including blood, urine, DNA swab and drug screening.
  • Conduct on site drug testing for employers as well as extract samples for DNA testing from juvenile offenders.
  • Collect DNA samples Required to send off collected specimen samples same day via ups Communicate with required agencies
  • Trained and certified professional who obtained specimens for DUI testing, DNA assessments and other legal uses.
  • Performed a variety of laboratory tests such as drug screening, DNA testing, blood cultures etc.
  • Contracted to collect DNA samples for paternity testing, for the State of Oklahoma Child Support Division.
  • Collected urine for analysis, DNA, pyloric, drug, and other specialized testing.
  • Gather and collect blood draws, collect DNA swabs, Urine cultures from patients.
  • Obtained blood and urine specimens, as well as DNA samples, from Inmates.
  • Collected DNA specimens of all patients' types and ages according to established procedures.
  • Performed DNA testing, Federal drug screens and prepared specimens for scheduled pickup.
  • Collected personal items and DNA samples from 9/11 victims and their families.
  • Performed DNA collections for DNA diagnostics center at the patient service center.
  • Received samples and specimens of tissue, urine, stool and DNA.
  • Collected drug screenings, performed DNA tests, and rapid alcohol tests.
  • Handle specimens, DNA testing, label and send specimens/blood for testing.

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46. Plasmapheresis Procedures

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Here's how Plasmapheresis Procedures is used in Phlebotomist jobs:
  • Monitor plasma donors during and after the plasmapheresis procedures to ensure health, safety, and comfort.
  • Prepare donor for plasmapheresis procedures, measure and record vital signs.
  • Performed phlebotomy for over 1200 plasmapheresis procedures.
  • Performed plasmapheresis procedures Recalled all donor files.
  • Operated plasmapheresis procedures on donor floor, performed venipuncture procedure on the donor for the expulsion of plasma.
  • Set up and prepare all equipment and disposable supplies for venipuncture and plasmapheresis procedures.
  • Set up equipment for plasmapheresis procedures, assist with phlebotomy and disconnect donors.
  • Performed plasmapheresis procedures on donors to include venipuncture Experienced in preventing, recognizing and treating donor reactions
  • Preform rougly 100 venipunctures and plasmapheresis procedures daily.
  • Trained on and performed proper venipuncture procedure Trained to use proper plasmapheresis procedures Trained on obtaining blood samples for testing

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47. Patient Registration

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Here's how Patient Registration is used in Phlebotomist jobs:
  • Job responsibilities included patient registration, successful blood draws, specimen collections and exemplary patient care.
  • Entered outpatient registration information into HIS alongside interpreting and entering physician orders into the LIS system.
  • Answered phones, recorded insurance information and consulted insurance companies regarding coverage and patient registration.
  • Performed laboratory computer operations, verified and obtain intake information by performing patient registration.
  • Related tasks included patient registration, computer operations, and specimen processing and receiving.
  • Performed patient registration, insurance verification and laboratory requisition duties.
  • Performed test ordering, patient registration and specimen processing.
  • Handled patient registration and verification for lab appointments.
  • Blood Collection Urinalysis Vital Signs Patient Registration
  • Schedule appointment and Patient registration.
  • Perform duties required for the support of the central receiving operation to include patient registration, order entry and specimen accession.
  • Completed patient registration, insurance data, filing and organizing patient records, data entry and reception desk responsibilities including phones.
  • Enter in all data entry of patient registration, enter of test order from requisition or pulling order from database.
  • Performed patient registration, ordered blood tests, performed blood draws on patients of all ages and processed blood specimens.
  • Perform general office duties such as answering phones, scheduling appointments, helping patients complete forms and patient registration.
  • Assist in office duties such as: answering phones, patient registration, scheduling appointments, and patient services.
  • Draw blood on all Age's, collect toxicology drug test, center fuse blood, patient registration.
  • Perform outpatient registration while entering orders into LIS& while also using Connect Care and perform EKG.
  • Answered phone, faxed tests results to doctor's office and verified health insurance for outpatient registration.
  • Job responsibilities include patient registration, successful blood draws, specimen collection and ordering of supplies.

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48. IV

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Here's how IV is used in Phlebotomist jobs:
  • Maintained active communication with all other service areas to ensure accurate documentation and quality while completing all necessary documentation.
  • Received and collected 70-100 specimens into the MedTech program daily and distributed to the appropriate laboratory technician without incident.
  • Utilized standard procedure for the maintenance of positive patient identification; record appropriate collection information on proper requisitions.
  • Calibrated and documented PCS2 machine records and effectively performed set-up and disconnection procedures for plasma donors.
  • Used knowledge of Universal Precautions and Isolation techniques in collection of potentially infectious and bio-hazards specimens.
  • Received majority of top administration votes to receive Good Catch award for specimen related deductive conclusion.
  • Managed a leaner laboratory by collectively performing a Cost Savings strategy for all working products daily.
  • Labeled and delivered specimens punctually and properly; ensured specimen processing by data entry.
  • Operate manual and automatic laboratory equipment to make qualitative and quantitative analysis of specimens.
  • Constructed ability to speak effectively and convey information to peers and customers.
  • Observe stringent safety regulations and insure compliance with patient privacy regulations.
  • Promote customer satisfaction through appropriate interaction and responsiveness to customer needs.
  • Maintained positive patient identification protecting specimen, blood and recording integrity.
  • Delivered specimens to designated drop-off for transportation to company lab.
  • Utilized standard procedures for the maintenance of positive patient identification.
  • Communicate and interact effectively with patients and other medical professionals.
  • Follow hospital policies and procedures for transporting/delivering samples to laboratory.
  • Interviewed clients individually to assure program services and availability.
  • Utilized computer aided systems to receive and accession specimens.
  • Followed Standard Precautions using personal protective equipment as required.

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20 Most Common Skill for a Phlebotomist

Laboratory Specimens31.4%
Drawing Blood10.4%
Phlebotomy10.2%
Safety Procedures8.5%
Urine Samples8.1%
Patient Care5%
Donation Process3.6%
Customer Service3.6%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Phlebotomist

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
Laboratory Specimens
Laboratory Specimens
26.9%
26.9%
2
2
Drawing Blood
Drawing Blood
8.9%
8.9%
3
3
Phlebotomy
Phlebotomy
8.7%
8.7%
4
4
Safety Procedures
Safety Procedures
7.3%
7.3%
5
5
Urine Samples
Urine Samples
6.9%
6.9%
6
6
Patient Care
Patient Care
4.2%
4.2%
7
7
Donation Process
Donation Process
3.1%
3.1%
8
8
Customer Service
Customer Service
3.1%
3.1%
9
9
Data Entry
Data Entry
2.7%
2.7%
10
10
Positive Patient Identification
Positive Patient Identification
2%
2%
11
11
Blood Collection Devices
Blood Collection Devices
1.9%
1.9%
12
12
Vital Signs
Vital Signs
1.6%
1.6%
13
13
Capillary Technique
Capillary Technique
1.4%
1.4%
14
14
Lab Results
Lab Results
1.3%
1.3%
15
15
EKG
EKG
1.2%
1.2%
16
16
Stat
Stat
1%
1%
17
17
Infection Control
Infection Control
0.9%
0.9%
18
18
Computer System
Computer System
0.9%
0.9%
19
19
Skin Punctures
Skin Punctures
0.9%
0.9%
20
20
Blood Pressure
Blood Pressure
0.8%
0.8%
21
21
Venipuncture Methods
Venipuncture Methods
0.8%
0.8%
22
22
Department Procedures
Department Procedures
0.8%
0.8%
23
23
Osha
Osha
0.8%
0.8%
24
24
AGE Groups
AGE Groups
0.7%
0.7%
25
25
Heel Sticks
Heel Sticks
0.6%
0.6%
26
26
Phone Calls
Phone Calls
0.6%
0.6%
27
27
Applicable Laws
Applicable Laws
0.6%
0.6%
28
28
Medical Records
Medical Records
0.6%
0.6%
29
29
Insurance Companies
Insurance Companies
0.6%
0.6%
30
30
Vacuum Tube
Vacuum Tube
0.6%
0.6%
31
31
Billing Information
Billing Information
0.6%
0.6%
32
32
Specimen Integrity
Specimen Integrity
0.5%
0.5%
33
33
Specimen Tubes
Specimen Tubes
0.5%
0.5%
34
34
Laboratory Requisition Forms
Laboratory Requisition Forms
0.5%
0.5%
35
35
Hippa
Hippa
0.5%
0.5%
36
36
Minimize Patient Discomfort
Minimize Patient Discomfort
0.4%
0.4%
37
37
ICU
ICU
0.4%
0.4%
38
38
Lab Tests
Lab Tests
0.4%
0.4%
39
39
Biohazard Fluids
Biohazard Fluids
0.4%
0.4%
40
40
Aseptic Technique
Aseptic Technique
0.4%
0.4%
41
41
Transport Samples
Transport Samples
0.4%
0.4%
42
42
Hipaa
Hipaa
0.4%
0.4%
43
43
Donor Reactions
Donor Reactions
0.4%
0.4%
44
44
Patient Confidentiality
Patient Confidentiality
0.4%
0.4%
45
45
DNA
DNA
0.3%
0.3%
46
46
Plasmapheresis Procedures
Plasmapheresis Procedures
0.3%
0.3%
47
47
Patient Registration
Patient Registration
0.3%
0.3%
48
48
IV
IV
0.3%
0.3%

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