Provide service and care to patients and families. Independently perform specialized physiologic and manometric testing and data analysis for both clinical and research patients.
- Performs physiologic and manometric testing with patients.
- Provides physical and emotional support for patients and families undergoing these procedures.
- Prompt response to patient needs and changes in condition. Informs MD/RN/Clinical Management of patient care requirements not within the Tech role. Promptly communicates changes in patient’s condition to appropriate level of staff.
- Independently, safely, and successfully performs gastrointestinal intubation.
- Obtains brief clinical patient history prior to procedures.
- By protocol, administers procedure-specific topical medications.
- Performs diagnostic tests proficiently and independently, according to defined Lab procedures/protocols.
- Provides accurate and complete documentation and data analysis.
- Maintains positive and effective communication with coworkers and is open to constructive feedback.
- Consistently adheres to established infection prevention procedures and policies.
- Keeps the patient and Lab work environments free from clutter. Stocks areas with supplies according to plans for each area.
- Maintains computer and equipment proficiency adequate to consistently and successfully provide effective service.
- Successfully sets up, calibrates, operates, and trouble shoots laboratory equipment.
- Manages solutions, reagents, and media. Weighs, compounds, and titrates materials.
- Operates centrifuge.
- Professional development – attends in-services, staff meetings, interdepartmental meetings, and required staff development programs.
- Participates in research activities of Lab.
- Bachelor’s degree in the natural or physical sciences or an equivalent combination of education and experience is necessary.
- Patient care experience.
- Evidence of excellent written and verbal communication skills.
- Evidence of independent analytical thinking skills.
- Evidence of computer literacy/proficiency.
- Ability to successfully multi-task.
- Ability to consistently work positively in a multidisciplinary team setting.
- College level physiology coursework.
- Clinical laboratory experience.
- Intubation experience.
- Proficiency with venipuncture including starting IV's.
- Coursework or experience with statistics.
Primary work location will be at Michigan Medicine - potential to travel to off-site locations.
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