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Tampa, Florida
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19 May 2023
Responsible for screening microscopic cytology slides for diagnostic purposes within the Cytopathology Department. Established protocols and procedures must be followed to ensure quality patient care. The laboratory staff member is under supervision of the Cytology Department Supervisor and will report to this person.
How you'll contribute
Perform microscopic evaluation of cytologic specimens: verify the identification of the specimen; thoroughly examine the cell sample microscopically; determine and record the adequacy and quality of the specimen; consider diagnostic possibilities, taking into account normal cellular patterns, premalignant changes, benign and malignant neoplasia, and cellular responses to therapeutic agents; review patient clinical data and use to compare microscopic findings
Prepare a final diagnosis using Bethesda terminology, enter data into the LIS system, report and sign out negative/normal gynecological specimens
Prepare a provisional diagnosis on specimens deemed abnormal upon review and refer those cases to the pathologist
Maintain absolute integrity in the accurate performance and reporting of results and observes professional discretion with patient information
Complete assigned work consistently within acceptable time limits
Perform the required maintenance for their assigned Hologic Review Scope
Monitor worksheet for pending cases to ensure the timely reporting of cytology specimens
Sort slides in the appropriate bin based on case status
Adhere to established screening workload limits
Participate in continuing education activities
Perform data entry as required
Assist with preparations for CAP and other inspections
Perform required compliance tasks
Participate in other projects and perform other duties as needed
Who you are
Cytotechnology ASCP certification.
Florida state licensure.
Hologic ThinPrep certification.
Three years relevant cytology experience preferred. Applicants with QC Cytotechnologist and/or Supervisor experience are desirable.
Demonstrates knowledge of all aspects of a cytopathology department including the collection, processing, and interpretation of cytopathology samples.
Women's Care, founded in 1998, is a leading women's healthcare group in the United States, dedicated to providing the highest quality of care for women through their reproductive years and beyond. With 110 locations and over 400 OB/GYNs and specialists across the country, Women's Care provides comprehensive patient care in obstetrics, gynecology, gynecologic oncology, urogynecology, gynecologic pathology, breast surgery, genetic counseling, maternal fetal medicine, laboratory services, and fertility.

Women's Care has grown tremendously through the years and expects to accelerate its growth with plans to expand rapidly into new markets across the U.S. With the commitment of our employees, we remain true to our mission of 'Improving the Health of Women Every Day.' At Women's Care, we CARE about our patients, and we stand by our values.

Compassion & Empathy: Treating patients like valued friends and family
Accountability: Taking responsibility for our actions and behaviors
Respect: Acting respectfully in every interaction
Excellence & Quality: Providing the safest, highest quality of care

We are looking to grow our team with equally value-driven professionals who are passionate about using their skills to further our mission. We value our employees just as we value our patients, and we prioritize advantages like work-life balance, employee engagement, and other incentives to help you be your best. Now is a great time to join our team!
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  • Job Reference: 1010175875-2
  • Date Posted: 19 May 2023
  • Recruiter: Women's Care
  • Location: Tampa, Florida
  • Salary: On Application
  • Sector: Healthcare & Medical
  • Job Type: Permanent