[Histonet] assisting with patient bone marrows

Wanda.Smith <@t> HCAhealthcare.com Wanda.Smith <@t> HCAhealthcare.com
Wed Jul 14 07:28:31 CDT 2010

Good Morning,
At this point, our Hematology Dept assists on BMs on the floors.  If they could, they would pass it on to us, but we do not have the staff (or desire) to do it.  My past 2 HT hires came from places where the histotechs assisted on the BM collection.
Hope that helps!

Pathology Supervisor
9330 Medical Plaza Drive
Charleston, SC  29406
843-847-4296 fax

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Subject: [Histonet] assisting with patient bone marrows

Can anyone provide some input about which department  (Hematology, Histology etc.) assists on the patient floors with bone marrow aspirations and to what extent? Thanks in advance!


Lynn Lee

Casa Grande, AZ

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