The Medical Laboratory Technician (MLT) program prepares Allied Health professionals to perform analysis on blood and body fluids to enable a physician to diagnose and monitor the treatment of diseases. The MLT program helps students obtain marketable skills for entry level positions. Graduates/completers can receive an Associate of Applied Science Degree. The program satisfies entry-level skill requirements and provides a foundation for career advancement.
Professional Organizations & Sites of Interest
The Medical Laboratory Technician program maintains close ties with professional organizations representing the clinical laboratory science field. Additional information for Medical Laboratory Technician career opportunities may be obtained at the following sites:
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Faculty & Staff
The Medical Laboratory Technician (MLAB) program faculty are dedicated credentialed professionals with several years of clinical experience. Each faculty member has received a national certification from a recognized credentialing agency (American Society for Clinical Pathologists, National Crediting Agency, American Medical Technology Association). Each faculty member has worked in all areas of hospital laboratories.
Ms. Terri Murphy-Sanchez, MT (ASCP)