Phlebotomist (Outpatient) - #242284

Dupage Medical Group

Date: 05/04/2021 17:01 PM

City: Ford Heights, Illinois

Contract type: Full Time

Work schedule: Full Day

DuPage Medical Group is the largest independent, multi-specialty physician group in the Midwest. We offer services in more than 70 specialty areas across 120+ locations. Our team is comprised of more than 750 physicians and 5,000 dynamic individuals who work collaboratively to transform healthcare for the thousands of patients we serve each day.


  • Full-Time, 40 hours per week
  • Monday- Friday; Must be willing to work various shifts in between 7:00am-7:00pm.
  • Every Other Saturday Required from 7:00am-12:00pm.
  • Must be willing to support various locations, including Oak Lawn, Blue Island, and/or Tinley Park.


Under the general supervision of the Laboratory Director, Manager or Supervisor, the Phlebotomist I performs Laboratory procedures in Phlebotomy and other Specimen Collections, Specimen Processing and/or any other General duties, as necessary, under the direction of a licensed laboratory supervisor. The Phlebotomist I presents a professional, courteous and respectful demeanor when engaging with patients, co-workers, other staff and general public.


Depending on Practice Site Requirements, not all duties listed may be performed. However, it is expected MOST duties will be performed. Travel to other sites may be required.

  • Perform phlebotomy on adult and pediatric patients by vascular access (venipuncture) or capillary collection (finger stick) using aseptic protocols, accurate patient identification and proper labeling procedures.
  • Monitor phone and voice mail messages, as necessary
  • Monitor collection supply inventory and order supplies as necessary
  • Receive patients professionally and courteously utilizing AIDET and positive patient experience tools
  • Perform specimen centrifugation, processing, prepping for reference lab transportation, storage and retrieval
  • Utilize computer skills to accurately access patient/testing information, as necessary
  • Produce patient demographic sheet and prepare additional paperwork to accompany specimens, as necessary
  • Maintain a clean patient and working environment.
  • Perform other assigned duties, as needed.


  • Service Orientation:
    Anticipating, recognizing and meeting the needs of patients and clinicians in a courteous timely manner.

  • Oral Communication:
    Listening openly and clearly conveying messages and information.

  • Written Communication and Comprehension:
    Writing clearly using professional grammar, symbols and medical terminology. Able to decipher and comprehend writings and documentation of others.

  • Team Work:
    Working effectively and respectfully with others to enhance positive patient experiences and accomplish goals and objectives. Willingly offering assistance to others.

  • Attention to Detail/High Level of Accuracy:
    Approaching job carefully and methodically to ensure all steps are covered.

  • Able to Prioritize and Multi-task:
    Properly prioritizing work/assignments on a daily basis. Able to change priorities while still maintaining efficiency as circumstances dictate.

  • Able to Perform Collections, Processing:
    Demonstrating appropriate and accurate techniques and abilities to perform daily tasks.


  • High School graduate or equivalent required
  • National Phlebotomy Certification or qualified to sit for phlebotomy certification exam preferred


  • Prior experience as a Phlebotomist OR an equivalent combination of graduation from a certified phlebotomy school coupled with work experience in a healthcare field preferred.
  • Moderate knowledge of medical terminology, excellent verbal and written communication skills preferred.

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