Train to Become a Medical Laboratory Technician. Learn More at an Info Session February 20
Medical LaboratoryTechnicians have a great impact on patient care from behind the scenes. They perform and report laboratory testing on blood and other body fluids and work in hospitals, physician’s offices, and clinical laboratories. If you have a love of science, are detail oriented, technically inclined, and can follow established procedures, you have the skills to be a successful medical laboratory technician.
Learn more at an info session on Wednesday, February 20, 5:30 p.m., Room LIH-101
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