St. Luke’s Hospital is one hospital with a laser focus on our patients. We are low on bureaucracy and high on care. Physician-led care teams make decisions based on what’s best for our patients.
When you join the St. Luke’s Hospital team, you become part of a thriving community hospital that has served the greater Toledo area for over a hundred years. There’s good reason why our turnover is so low, as compared with others in our market. We have intentionally built a culture of caring for each other, as we care for our patients. We trust and empower our staff to make decisions and move patient treatment in the right direction. In other words, we recognize the fact that the people we’ve chosen to join our team are intelligent human beings who are here to do their best work.
Located in the charming city of Maumee, Ohio, St. Luke’s Hospital is an ideal environment for medical professionals who want to work with the resources of a large hospital while enjoying the sense of togetherness found in a tight-knit community facility.
Near the Toledo Metro area, St. Luke’s Hospital is conveniently located just off SR 24 (Anthony Wayne Trail). At U.S. 23/I-475.
St. Luke’s Hospital is a nicotine free campus, which includes cigarettes, smokeless tobacco and e-cigarettes.
The role of the phlebotomist is one that deals with personal interaction and communication. No two patients are alike so every day is different! Drawing blood is an essential part of the medical diagnosis and requires coordination, organization, and multitasking. This role is ideal for candidates that enjoy personal interaction and has a sunny disposition. If you are interested we invite you to apply!
The Phlebotomist collects products or specimens for basic procedures, such as: analytical testing of glucose, perform procedures, such as: bleeding times, sweat chlorides, D-Xylose tolerance and point-of-care testing using proper techniques and performs and documents quality control procedures utilizing laboratory computer information system. They follow strict principles of asepsis and antisepsis & assist in the care of the patient prior to, during and after specimen collection. The phlebotomist determines, from like samples, combinations of tests and the associated acceptable minimum volumes. They are knowledgeable of pre-analytic variables, which may affect specimen analysis and are familiar with test synonyms and abbreviations, and cross-referencing tests to specimen types.
High school diploma or GED.
A diploma from an accredited phlebotomy training institute and professional registration or an Associate’s degree in a science-related field preferred.
One (1) year experience as a phlebotomist.
Requires effective interpersonal skills.
Ability to tolerate exposure to disease bearing specimens, blood and body fluids.
Ability to differentiate colors.
Input and retrieve information from computer.
Ability to move, lift or carry materials or equipment weighing up to 50 lbs., up to 10% of the time.
Ability to stand for long periods of time.