Medical Laboratory Technology
Apply mathematics to successfully complete assignments
Define problems, analyze data, develop and implement solutions
Reason and apply sound judgment
Question logically, recognize and differentiate facts from opinion and illusion, and distinguish the logical from the illogical and relevant from irrelevant
Participate fully in all laboratory exercises and clinical experiences in the Program
Understand and follow directions
Apply learned skills and knowledge to new situations
Communicate effectively in formal and colloquial English in person-to-person, telephone, written and electronic media
Exhibit dependability and punctuality
Work effectively with others in a team setting
Exhibit effective professional judgment
Follow established rules, policies and/or commonly accepted professional practice (e.g., maintains confidentiality, practices safety, honesty, etc.)
Exhibits effective organizational skills
Exhibits acceptable professional demeanor
Motor and Physical
In the Medical Sciences programs, certain physical and health requirements are necessary for the applicant to meet the standards of their program. If you have any concerns regarding your ability to perform these standards, please contact Medical Sciences at 740-389-4636.
The applicant must meet the physical demands of the program, which include but are not limited to the following:
Visual ability to successfully complete tasks within the program which may include: locate patient veins, read computer screens, instrument print-outs, patient documents, and accurately interpret color readings, cloudiness/turbidity, and texture.
Gross and fine motor control to allow manipulation of equipment used within the program which may include:
medical instrumentation, analytical equipment, microscopes, blood collection equipment, and computer technology/office equipment.
Physical mobility to perform tasks within the program which may include:
move freely and quickly from one location to another in such areas as clinical laboratories, patient rooms, treatment rooms, and elevators, assist a patient with walking devices, carry medical equipment to a patient’s bedside and gain access to the patient in a variety of situations.
Freedom from infectious diseases Ability to bend and remove environmental hazards or reagents from the floor Lift and move objects up to 50 pounds
Possess a sense of touch and temperature discrimination
Ability to hear audible sounds and respond appropriately
Ability to smell odors indicating unsafe conditions
Ability to meet the attendance requirements