TOPA Diagnostics is a physician-owned-and-operated anatomic pathology laboratory that has been providing high quality pathology services to the medical community for more than 20 years. TOPA Diagnostics is accredited by the College of American Pathologists and provides surgical pathology and cytology services, including gynecologic, non-gynecologic and fine-needle aspiration cytology, as well as rapid molecular microbiology testing. As a regional, specialized laboratory, our focus is to provide superior anatomic pathology expertise, rapid results and personalized service to our physician-clients and their patients.
Monitor and perform quality control of specimens. Determine disposition of improperly handled specimens. Identify problems and corrective action.
Organize and maintain all histological files, blocks and slides.
Maintain a clean working environment.
Follow laboratory safety guidelines, including OSHA and HIPPA regulations.
Participates in TOPA in-service training and continuing education, if applicable.
Participation in annual TOPA competency assessment.
Attend staff meetings.
Has read and understands the content of pertinent procedural manuals.
Maintains a positive and professional demeanor while on duty; actively and consistently promotes a cooperative work atmosphere; maintains an awareness of the needs of other laboratory employees with respect to workload activities and seeks to assist others whenever appropriate.
May be required to work Saturday rotation shifts and/or an occasional six-day work week during periods of staffing shortages.
Certified as Histologic Technician (HT) by the American Society of Clinical Pathologists (ASCP), or working towards certification.
Superior knowledge and technical ability in the science of Histotechnology.
Additional Salary Information: dependent upon experience
TOPA Diagnostics has provided pathology and cytology services to the medical community – including physician offices, hospitals, endoscopy facilities, surgery centers and radiology facilities – for over 20 years. Working closely with our clinical colleagues, we understand that clinical correlation is essential to providing you the information you need to effectively treat patients. That is why we value close communication and are always available to discuss pathology findings on your patients.