[Histonet] non pathologist grossing vs processing continued

Ingles Claire CIngles <@t> uwhealth.org
Fri Nov 16 12:01:34 CST 2007

Sorry this is a bit behind. I have been too busy to check my mail. Do you think this includes someone who has an AA in Electron Microscopy? I'm inclined to think so, but contrary to popular belief, I have been wrong before.


"On or before April 24 1995 (I) be a high school graduate or equivalent;
and (b) have documentation of training appropriate for the test
performed before analyzing patient specimens"...After that date it
requires an associate degree in a biological or chemical science or
medical laboratory technology -or- qualify as a medical technologist
with a bachelor's degree from an accredited institution -or- earned a
bachelor's degree in a chemical, physical, biologic or clinical
laboratory science.

Thanks for the Advice,


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