Clinical Technicians (CLT) also known as Medical Laboratory Technicians (MLT) operate medical and laboratory equipment, collect samples from patients, and assist during surgical procedures. They work in doctors’ offices, clinics, hospitals, pharmacies, and other medical fields. If Doctor’s are the superheroes, then clinical technicians are their trusty sidekicks.
The CLT / MLT graduate will possess entry level competencies to perform, evaluate, correlate, and assure accuracy and validity of laboratory information. The program includes basic instruction in general laboratory procedures and skills, laboratory mathematics, clinical laboratory safety and governmental regulations, interpersonal and communication skills, and the basic principles and practice of hematology, diagnostic microbiology, immunohematology medicine, clinical chemistry, phlebotomy, histology, laboratory operations, and urine and body fluid.
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Medical laboratory technicians and medical laboratory scientists can find challenging employment in a wide range of arenas, including:
Medical laboratory technician and technologist jobs offer good salaries with strong growth projections. The median salary formedical laboratory technicians and technologists was slightly more than $50,000 per year in 2019. Most medical laboratory technician jobs require an associate degree or postsecondary certificate, while medical laboratory technologists typically need a bachelor’s degree.
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, jobs for MLTs are projected to increase at a faster-than-average rate of 18 percent through 2024.
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