LifeLabs is a Canadian-owned company in Nigeria and is a leading provider of diagnostic laboratory testing services. With over 50 years of experience, LifeLabs performs over 100 million diagnostic tests Worldwide for approximately 20,000 health care providers and 19 million patients annually. Information from these tests plays a vital role in predicting, diagnosing, treating and monitoring disease in patients. LifeLabs is directly in search of full time Clinical Laboratory Scientist, Marketing Officers, Nurse Practitioner, Store Manager and Pharmacist to develop their dream, advertisement, materials and concepts.
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They must be able to recognize the interdependency of tests and have knowledge of physiological conditions affecting test results so that they can confirm these results and develop data that may be used by a physician in determining the presence, extent, and, as far as possible, cause of a disease.
You are held accountable for accurate results.
Their work includes the use of microscopes, chemicals, computers, and complex laboratory equipment and instruments.
Their work includes collecting blood specimen, inoculating cultures needed to identify bacteria
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He will promote the mission and general direction of the company
Must be ready for outdoor work.
Must possess high multitasking skills.
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They will provide general and preventative care
Treat illnesses, order lab tests and prescribe medication for children and adults.
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You will be working with employees, customers and management.
They will make sure the store is stocked, clean and in proper working order
Creating and maintaining budgets, and coordinate with and report to senior management in the company.
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Checking prescriptions to ensure that there are no errors and that they are appropriate and safe for the individual patient
Providing advice on the dosage of medicines and the most appropriate form of medication, for example, tablet, injection, ointment or inhaler
Participating in ward rounds, taking patient drug histories and involvement in decision-making on appropriate treatments;
Liaising with other medical staff on problems patients may experience when taking their medicines.
Discussing treatments with patients' relatives, community pharmacists and GPs
Ensuring medicines are stored appropriately and securely
Supervising the work of less experienced and less qualified staff
Interested and qualified individual should forward, stating the reference code above as the subject of the email to firstname.lastname@example.org