Histology Tech-Dermatology Centers of IN

Job Ref
Nursing & Patient Support
Job Family
Nursing Support / Patient Care
Scott Guenthner M.D.

Plainfield, IN
United States

Day Job
7:00am - 4:00pm
Job Location
The Histology technician position is located in Plainfield, IN at The Dermatology Center of Indiana

Job Duties

Under the direction of the Physician, prepares surgical slides for review by the physician. The standard of ethical and professional performance must be consistent with established medical laboratory practices.
  • Verifies the specimen validity, identification, and requisition effectively, utilizing knowledge, skills and resources
  • Follows histologic principles regarding specimen acceptability and integrity
  • Prepares microscopic slides on human tissue for diagnostic purposes: includes grossing, embedding, microtomy, staining, and cover slipping of both paraffin processed tissue and frozen sectioning
  • Performs histochemical stains on a variety of tissues to assist in diagnosis
  • Receives and accessions specimens to include all manual and computerized data entry
  • Maintains laboratory, equipment, and accurate records of quality assurance control
  • Organizes and prioritizes workload to complete the anticipated responsibilities in a the expected timeframe
  • Three (3) years Histology bench experience
  • Specific training in histology procedures
  • Previous Mohs experience preferred
  • Eligible for HT(ASCP) certification, and 60 college credits to perform grossing according to CLIA regulations. 
  • Able to differentiate tissues for appropriate embedding
  • Experienced in cutting and staining (to include special staining procedures)
  • Experience with dermatology specimens
  • Knowledge of CLIA/CAP standards. Knowledge of OSHA, Safety and Compliance Regulations
  • Demonstrated oral and written communication skills with ability to maintain records
  • Ability to approach problems/decisions analytically
  • Experience with trouble shooting histology equipment problems
  • Demonstrated ability in handling confidential information as it relates to physicians, employees, patients, and external customer groups
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