Medical laboratory technicians work in all areas of the clinical laboratory, including blood bank, chemistry, hematology, and microbiology.Working in a sterile environment, you’ll operate complex electronic equipment, computers and precision instruments.
You’ll perform tests that aid in the detection, diagnosis and treatment of disease. You’ll confirm the accuracy of the test results and report the findings to a pathologist or other physician.
Now is the perfect time to start down the path to becoming a medical laboratory technician. It’s a career choice that leads to job security and personal enrichment. The Northwest Ohio Allied Health Education Consortium enables you to become a medical laboratory technician without traveling far from home. You will complete general education courses at your local college and program courses (offered through Marion Tech, Marion) at your partner college via distance education.