The need for qualified healthcare workers continues to rise to meet the ever increasing needs of the healthcare industry, and the current demand for Medical Laboratory Technicians surpasses the number of trained technicians available. A Medical Laboratory Technician is a healthcare professional who performs diagnostic analyses on blood and other body fluid specimens.
Associate in Applied Science Degree plan
Graduates of the Medical Laboratory Technician program will be trained to work in medical laboratory, use laboratory equipment, prepare and analyze various specimens and identify abnormalities in samples such as malignancies, infections or genetic abnormalities.
Medical Laboratory Technicians work in:-Hospitals-Diagnostic Laboratories-Physician Offices and Medical Clinics
Melissa MillerAllied Health CoordinatorSpoon River Collegemelissa.firstname.lastname@example.org(309) 649-6302
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