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Phlebotomist (PRN) Varied Shifts, GCE - Greeneville, TN

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Together, we are transforming our region. We’re making communities healthier. We’re expanding access to critical services in rural areas. We’re investing in health research and medical education. And we need you!  Ballad Health is seeking compassionate individuals who are excited about making a difference and caring for those in need.
Our Team Members in benefits eligible positions enjoy a comprehensive compensation package, a competitive salary with outstanding benefits.  There are also many opportunities for personal and professional growth.  Your benefits package with Ballad Health will include: Medical PlanDental PlanVision PlanRetirement Plan with Employer Matching ContributionPaid Time OffPaid Major Medical LeaveShort Term and Long Term Disability PlansLife InsuranceTuition Reimbursement ProgramSCOPE OF POSITION​
The Phlebotomist I shall perform blood collections by venipuncture and capillary techniques from patients of all age groups following Ballad Health standard operating procedures. Site dependent, this position's responsibilities may also include the processing of chain of Custody collections, Sweat Chloride Collections, Therapeutic Phlebotomies, Throat and NP specimen collections.

The Phlebotomist may be assigned to provide phlebotomy with patient care areas outside of the hospital such as regional cancer centers, nursing homes, physician offices, and Community Health Fairs, and to perform related clerical duties as needed. The Phlebotomist may be responsible for the performance of CLIA waived testing as assigned. This individual shall maintain a comprehensive understanding of Ballad Health Patient Safety and Patient Information Security. As requested, the Phlebotomist will participate in the training of new team members. The Phlebotomist is also responsible for additional duties as assigned.

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Must possess strong interpersonal and communication skills, verbal and written, to interact effectively with all patients and their families. Completion of a Phlebotomy Certification Program with an active National Phlebotomy Certification required.
BLS required