Phlebotomist-West Ashley

Charleston, SC
Full Time
Charleston Oncology
Mid Level


Located in our West Ashley Office 

2085 Henry Tecklenburg Drive

 Charleston, SC 29414



Position Description

Position Summary:

The Phlebotomist is a non-exempt hourly paid position that perform phlebotomies and port access functions and other responsibilities under the direct supervision of the Phlebotomy Manager; draws, collects and processes blood samples; familiar with basic lab tests; communicates with clinic staff and patients; and complies with all laws, health and safety standards, etc.; position primarily located in West Ashley but rotates to office in downtown Charleston and Mt. Pleasant: performs other essential functions when necessary.

Essential Functions:

  • Arranges daily activities based on urgency of requests, coordinates and manages other responsibilities during a busy day.
  • Draws, collects and processes blood samples in a timely manner; possesses knowledge of basic lab testing such as CBC, BMP, etc.
  • Communicates effectively with Physicians, AAP’s, and clinic staff; reassures patients by answering their questions and helps them relax.
  • Keeps accurate records for documentation in patients file and provides other useful information to patient.
  • While working, complies with all relevant laws, health and safety standards and labels samples correctly to send them for testing.
  • Complies with all relevant federal, state, and local laws, including but not limited to HIPAA, OSHA, ADA, ACA, etc., health and safety standards; completes annual Healthicity training courses on time.
  • Performs other essential functions when necessary.

Supervisory Responsibilities:






Diploma in Phlebotomy; Phlebotomist Certification preferred.



At least 2 years on the job experience in a high-volume lab; Hematology/Oncology experience preferred.



Knowledge of legal requirements regarding drawing blood, handling fluid samples and the use of relevant medical equipment and material; must be knowledgeable of HIPAA and OSHA rules and guidelines; understands proper patient identification methods; possesses excellent communication skills; attentive to detail; exhibits patience and ability to work with various types of patients (children, elderly, etc.) to make them feel comfortable.







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