Medical Laboratory Technician Interview Questions

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Lahey Clinic Interviews

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Kaiser Permanente Interviews

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Baltimore Washington Medical Center Interviews

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Aug 5, 2012

Interview Question for Medical Transcription and Laboratory Technician III at Kaiser Permanente:

“Patient bodily fluid/blood specimen is received without legible identification; what do you do next?”

Aug 5, 2012

Interview Question for Medical Transcription and Laboratory Technician III at Kaiser Permanente:

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“You arrive to work at the start of your shift and notice work area has bodily fluids and small amounts of blood splatter; what do you do first?”

Aug 5, 2012

Interview Question for Medical Transcription and Laboratory Technician III at Kaiser Permanente:

“Who is your customer in this particular position, provided you are accepted for the job?”

Aug 5, 2012

Interview Question for Medical Transcription and Laboratory Technician III at Kaiser Permanente:

“When you receive a valve of blood in the laboratory, what is the first thing you think of?”

Aug 5, 2012

Interview Question for Medical Transcription and Laboratory Technician III at Kaiser Permanente:

“Give me one example from your past employment history where unusual events created interpersonal conflict and/or impaired customer service (i.e. patient and/or physician), including how you solved…”

Jun 15, 2011

Interview Question for Medical Laboratory Technician at Cleveland Clinic:

“How do you work under pressure?”

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