Baylor Regional Medical Center at Plano is an eight-story facility with 96 beds currently open, that will expand to 140 inpatient beds by the end of 2008, 32 day-patient beds, 12 operating rooms and state-of-the-art cardiac care and endoscopy suites.
Baylor Plano opened in December 2004 to serve the adult population of Collin County and North Texas. The acute care hospital provides personalized care and advanced technology on a smoke-free campus. Since opening, Baylor Plano has added new services and technology, including surgical weight loss; a sleep center; radio frequency ablation, a technique in which tumors can be destroyed by carefully burning them, sparing healthy tissue nearby; the Stryker® Navigation System to perform brain, spine and sinus surgeries more safely and effectively; and the Holmium Laser, a minimally invasive treatment to relieve enlarged prostate symptoms.
Baylor Regional Medical Center at Plano seeks to provide quality care to all patients through an all registered nursing staff and an all board certified or board eligible medical staff. In addition, Baylor Plano provides comprehensive diagnosis, treatment, rehabilitation and follow-up care and offers a center of excellence – the Baylor Scoliosis Center. Other specialized clinical services include neurosciences, orthopedics, medical and radiation oncology, women’s services, gynecology, urology, gastroenterology, pulmonology, pain management, all digital imaging, diabetes management and more.
The Phlebotomist I performs positive patient identification and obtains blood specimens from both inpatients and outpatients utilizing venipuncture and/or capillary techniques, according to established procedures.
License/Certification/Education: Requires a High School Diploma or equivalent with a minimum of one year of verifiable phlebotomy experience, or possess valid phlebotomy certificate from accredited agency. Normally requires a Valid Driver’s License along with a clean driving record.
PST meets minimum requirements and experience for client office and roving (with limited locations) positions, and patient service centers offering minimal services. Skill and comprehension level required for this category: Phlebotomy certification (where required) from an accredited agency, completion of an approved phlebotomy training course, or a minimum of one year verifiable phlebotomy experience. Exhibit proficiency in blood collection by venipuncture and capillary technique from patients of all age groups, and urine drug screen collections. Able to grasp a firm understanding of the importance of compliance and safety as outlined during new hire orientation and annual training. Part-time Independent Office Phlebotomist for Client office.
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