Medical Technologists are also called Medical Laboratory Scientists, and Clinical Laboratory Scientists. They are health experts who examines and testifies our body tissues and fluids. It is their responsibility to operate and maintain complex analyzers that are used in labs with full dedication and accuracy.
- - - Lab Technician - Laboratory Technologist - Supervisor - Lab Assistant - Lecturer - Instructor/Tutor - Lab analyst
- 10+2 with Science stream
- - Good knowledge of biology and chemistry - Expertize in microbiological analysis - Good Interpreting ability - Practical ability to manage lab equipment
Courses to be pursued
- - B.Sc. in Medical Technology - Clinical Chemistry Course - Degree in Medical Microbiology - Specimen Processor - Clinical Analyst - M.Sc. X-Ray Technology - M.Sc. in ECG and CVT
- ITM Institute of Health Sciences Address: New Panvel Flyover, Plot No. 11, Near Ayappa Temple, Sector 12, Navi Mumbai, Maharashtra Phone: 02264506859 Website: https://www.itm.edu/
Medical technologists are much trained professionals who usually work in hospitals and independent labs. They have to handle sophisticated procedures and equipment. They have to remain open towards handling all kind of patients’ specially, disabled patients. They need to be extra careful while handling infectious samples of blood and tissues. The working hours are flexible as per requirement.
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