Medical Laboratory Technicians are important members of any clinical laboratory team. Laboratory technicians collect fluid, tissue and blood samples to perform a variety of tests. They generally work under the supervision of a pathologist. Medical Laboratory Technicians may work in hospitals, diagnostic labs, blood banks and medical clinics. They work within a team of medical professionals, each performing tasks essential to successful patient care.
Advancing from Medical Laboratory Technician to other job roles requires more experience and expertise. After completing the Diney Medical Laboratory Technician course, the student's career progression starts from being employed as a Laboratory Technician, moving to Hematology Technician and Clinical Biochemistry Technician. Further, a Clinical Biochemistry Technician progresses to become a Microbiology Technician, Chief Laboratory Technician, and then Assistant Clinical Laboratory Manager. From there, he finally takes up the role of a Clinical Laboratory Manager, which is the most superior role within this field.
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