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Clinical Lab Coordinator

Centre, AL, United States
Job ID: 71271
Job Family: Laboratory Services
Status: Full Time
Shift: Day
Detailed Shift and Schedule: Monday - Friday 730-430
Job Type: Regular
Department Name: 12331111433171-Primary Care


The Clinical Lab Coordinator prepares blood and urine for analysis to diagnose, treat and prevent disease. This individual performs testing and reports results through the laboratory computer system. The Clinical Lab Coordinator performs related duties including quality control, instrument maintenance and troubleshooting, workload recording, incomplete work lists, ordering and stocking supplies. He/she follows state and other agency regulations. The Clinical Lab Coordinator organizes and prioritizes workload for maximum productivity.


A. Education:

1. High school diploma or GED from an accredited institution, AND
2. Medical Assisting diploma/certificate from a nationally recognized accredited institute or program, or
3. Graduate from an accredited practical nursing program with valid GA license (LPN), or
4. Successful completion of a formal medical services training program of the United States Armed Forces, or

5. In lieu of a Medical Assisting diploma/certificate, 1-2 years of verifiable Medical Assisting work experience is required along with a current certification as listed below.

B. Certification/Licensure:

1. Medical Assistant (MA) certification received from a nationally recognized and accredited certifying body, upon hire, or by the completion of a probationary period defined below, is required to work in all Floyd locations. The certification must be maintained for the duration of employment.


Currently, these approved certifying bodies include:

*The American Association of Medical Assistants (AAMA), awarding Certified Medical Assistant (CMA).
*The American Medical Technologists (AMT), awarding the Registered Medical Assistant (RMA).
*The National Center for Competency Testing, awarding the National Certified MA (NCMA).
*The National Health Career Association, awarding the Certified Clinical Medical Assistant (CCMA).

2. A new graduate of a Medical Assisting program must obtain one of the above nationally recognized certifications within 90 days of hire and it must be maintained for the duration of employment.