Medical Laboratory Technician, FCI Ashland

Location: Ashland, KY, United States
Date Posted: 08-01-2018
Global Empire, LLC (GHG) is a Healthcare Staffing Company specialized in providing reliable and qualified healthcare professionals for Government contracts nationwide.

We are seeking a Medical Laboratory Technician for an available contract opportunity to provide services for the inmates incarcerated at the Federal Correctional Institution, Ashland, KY.

Available Position: one (1) Medical Laboratory Technician

Place of Performance: Federal Correctional Institution, Ashland, KY

Facility Information: FCI Ashland is a low security federal correctional institution with an adjacent minimum security satellite camp.

Work Schedule:  These services will normally consist of six (6) hours per day per day, Monday through Friday (except Federal holidays), normally between the hours of 6:30 am and 4:00 pm, with a thirty minute unpaid lunch period. The contractor shall not exceed 30 hours per week. Specific dates and times of sessions will be determined mutually between the contractor and the Government.

Description of Services (includes but it is not limited to): 
The Medical Laboratory Technicians will provide services for the inmates incarcerated at the Federal Correctional Complex (FCI), located in Ashland, Kentucky. 
Assisting the Physician, Physician Assistant/Nurse Practioner or Nurse with patient flow in a clinic setting by obtaining a chief complaint, measuring the patients complete vital signs and weight, and utilizing Bureau Electronic Medical Record (BEMR) for documentation of such or scanning documents;Organizing, scheduling, and performing laboratory studies, specimen collection and processing within the BOP LIS system, within the Health Service Unit to include A&O in-processing, DNA per procedure, vaccine programs, and PPD updates; c) Biological specimen collection, preparation and packaging for shipment to contract laboratories to include drawing of specimens, spinning of specimens, separating the specimens and placing in proper tubes with correct labels; Acquiring and maintaining knowledge of Health Services policy and Unit Procedures necessary to accomplish mission Maintenance of a computer based scheduler; f) Daily maintenance of laboratory equipment;  Advising COR when equipment requires professional maintenance or repair; Maintenance of laboratory logs and other records as necessary for complying with CLIA guidelines; i) Make medical record entries that provide all information pertaining to the services rendered, i.e. specimen (s) obtained on forms provided by the institution medical staff; Ensures that the results of the tests are available for review by the medical staff; Assisting the Health Service Administrator (HSA) or designee in the coordination of BOP and contract Referrence Lab contacts, CLIA re-certification, and maintenance of equipment and notification of needed supplies; Reporting any problems arising in regards to laboratory services to the COR or his designee, and; m) Perform other tasks within the scope of the practice as directed by the HSA.

Period of Performance: This is a five (5) years contract, renewed on an annual basis.
Position Requirements/Qualifications
Medical Laboratory Technicians who shall possess at a minimum an American Society of Clinical Pathologist certified Medical Laboratory Technicians license to practice this specialty in any state.
The Medical Laboratory Technicians shall have at least six (6) months experience as a Medical Laboratory Technicians in a clinical setting.
The Medical Laboratory Technicians must possess good clerical skills, along with having the ability to read, understand, fluently speak, and legibly write English. Finally, the Medical Laboratory Technicians must be certified in Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation, in accordance with the American Red Cross or American Health Association.
The licenses will be subject to verification. The Contractor will provide a copy of all diplomas and/or certificates to support stated qualifications.Uniform Requirements
The contractor must wear appropriate and professional attire at all times.
The contractor is responsible for providing his/her own smocks, laboratory coats, and surgical scrubs and must be consistent with those worn in the local community.
The contractor is prohibited from wearing Khaki or any color similar to Khaki due to Khaki being the primary color worn by inmates.
The contractor is prohibited from wearing light colored smocks, scrubs, laboratory coats, and surgical scrubs so no under garments could be inadvertently revealed.


Ana Rowling
Recruiter Manager
2151 Linglestown Road, Suite 180 ‚óŹ Harrisburg, PA 17110
Inquiries about this position must be sent by email.
GHG is an Equal Opportunity Employer
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