Job ID: 950498
Facility: Vidant Beaufort Hospital
Location: Washington, NC
Date Posted: May 12, 2021
About Vidant Beaufort Hospital
Vidant Beaufort Hospital, located in Washington, North Carolina, is a 142-bed not-for-profit hospital offering acute care services and a broad range of inpatient and outpatient services in the region. Progressive healthcare facilities combined with personal, hometown compassionate care ensure that patients in Beaufort and surrounding counties have access to an exceptional level of care. The hospital provides access to advanced treatments and technology in the areas of general surgery, orthopedics, gastroenterology, and rheumatology. Vidant Beaufort offers a full array of state-of-the-art diagnostic testing.
A high school graduate that works under supervision of the Laboratory Manager or Designee, cleans laboratory equipment, gowns as needed, restocks departments, put up supplies, assists in clerical duties, and is primarily responsible for phlebotomy duties including: blood cultures, blood samples, and blood gases.
Has meet Educational Requirement/ Date
Has reviewed procedure for device related adverse patient events
Has reviewed policy and understands how to communicate concerns
Practices Standards of Behavior (ACE)
Document and understands critical results
Reviewed handwashing policy and practices handwashing techniques
Reviewed Book I and Book II policies for general laboratory
Has read and understands safety policies
Know locations for shower and all eyewash stations
Know how to use fire extinguisher and has practiced use of fire extinguisher
Know how to use MSDS sheets and location in lab and intranet
Has been checked for color blindness
Attends employee forums
Read and understand corporate policies
Knows how to report a fire and where to send paperwork
Completes work assignments and helps other members of laboratory staff
Helps supervisors with tasks
Communicates well with patients and co-workers
Does not leave work undone/by referring to it is someone elses responsibility
Does not sacrifice quality of work on the completion of procedures
Regularly schedules work in order that certain procedures not requiring complete attention may be performed while other duties may be simultaneously completed
Assists in the orientation and instructions of student and new staff members
Follows proper procedures and policies for all aspects of the job
Attempts to understand patients needs and responds accordingly
Refers problems unable to personally solve to the Laboratory Manager/Supervisor
Demonstrates an ability to access the situation, consider the alternatives and choose the appropriate course of action
Uses procedures manuals to solve problems without always calling supervisor
Does not abuse sick time
Does not take advantage of fellow employees by calling in all the time
Does not abuse vacation time by taking more than 2 weekends off per month
Provides proper notification for absence or tardiness (2hr ahead of time)
Returns from break and lunch promptly
When necessary willing to adjust schedule to help laboratory
Always wears hospital identification
Follows hospital dress code
Attends to personal and health affairs so they do not conflict with schedule
Had reviewed holiday schedule
Reviews work schedule daily to prevent tardiness
Uses time wisely
Do not abuse phone and cell phone during work hours
Does not abuse internet
Takes no more than 2 breaks within 8 hours of work
Knows how to get new password/one pass
Able to access EHR.
Able to access Roll n Scroll
Able to access Mysis
Knows how to process a patient in EHR from a Vidant physician practice./Observed
Knows how to enter a medlab into EHR./Observed
Knows how to process a walking in outpatient in EHR./Observed
Knows how to process the cooler from courier
Knows how to process specimens received in the basket from inpatients
Knows how to fax patient results from Mysis.
Knows how to print a copy of results from Mysis.
Knows how to take verbal orders from physician and read back
Can credit a test with results
Can credit a test without results
Knows how to order manual tests in Sunquest
Knows how to do manual charges for a test not in Sunquest
Know where form is for Therapeutic Phlebotomy and when to get signed
Know how to order an employee health specimen/observed
Know how to enter a manual test in reference lab computer/observed
Knows how to pull a result from reference lab interface/observed
Has reviewed proper PPE and knows where PPE is located
Has read collection manual and signed off on manual
Knows order of draw for phlebotomy/observed
Uses proper patient identifiers/observed
Can receive specimens in Sunquest/observed
Properly labels tubes with correct information
Knows how to look up proper tubes for tests
Reviews signs in room before collecting specimen
Knows how to change labels in label printer/observed
Knows how to pull collection batches in Sunquest
Knows how to print and review an unreceived specimen list
Can properly pull up pending and review
Has read the Shipping and Handling Manual and taken quiz
Proper collection and labeling of a Crossmatch/Type/Screen/Rhogam Eval
Proper collection of a PKU/Observed
Collection of a Blood Culture/Observed
Collection of a ABG/Observed
Collection of a Blood Alcohol/Observed
Collection of an Ammonia/Observed
Collection of a PFT/Observed
Collection of a GTT/Reviewed
Show knowledge of collection process
Shows courtesy and respect to patient
Shows courtesy and respect to family members
Follows proper procedures when collecting specimens
Restocks supplies as time allows
A. High school diploma or equivalent
A. Must be substance abuse free.
B. Must be able to sit or stand for prolonged periods of time.
C. Must have vision adequate for writing, typing, viewing computer screen and to distinguish colors.
D. Must be able to hear and understand conversations in a moderate tone, including telephone communication.
E. Must be able walk, bend and lift up to fifty pounds.
F. Must be able to drive a care and have a valid NC drivers license or transportation to and from work to be on time.
G. Must be able to work in an environment with unpleasant or chemical odors without adverse reaction.
H. Must be able to read, write and speak fluent English.
A. Must have the ability to understand instructions, reason and make judgments.
B. Must have the ability to understand the meaning of words, associate and use them effectively.
C. Must have ability to perform arithmetic operations quickly and accurately
D. Must have ability to coordinate eyes and hand to fingers rapidly and skillfully
E. Must be skilled at working and communicating effectively with others, possessing tact, discretion and diplomacy.
F. Must be able to work effectively under pressure
G. Must be able to adapt to unpredictable changes in work load or priority
H. Must be able to set priorities
A. Will require at least 8 hour shifts and 72-80 hours per pay period as standard.
B. Will be exposed to contagious diseases
C. Will require standing for long periods of time
D. Will be exposed to high noise levels
E. Will work under stress at times