Business in Central City - Phoenix, AZ

Foreign Film Friday is a film series that celebrates international storytelling and perspectives by screening foreign-language films from a variety of genres and countries. Enjoy light snacks during the film viewing followed by an audience discussion.
Location:
1242 N. Central Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85004
Located at Central/Culver St. across from Burton Barr Library. Free parking! Accessible via 5-minute walk from light rail.
Questions? Contact 602-257-0335 or info@azhumanities.org .

Phlebotomy lead position is actively responsible for an assigned department, serving as initial resource and communication liaison between immediate staff, other departments and Patient Services management. Assists, resolves, and reports to and under the guidance of the area Supervisor. Performs all technical or administrative work at an advance level of competency and efficiency. Actively involved with patient and process quality improvement while remaining compliant with regulatory…

This day shift medical laboratory scientist will work in the microbiology department and Banner University Medical Center in Phoenix. Previous experience with mycology and/or AFB is a huge plus
Sonora Quest Laboratories, a joint venture between Banner Health and Quest Diagnostics, is the nation’s largest integrated laboratory system with approximately 3,100 employees serving more than 23,000 patients every day throughout Arizona. We are the market share…

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AM RUN, BANNER UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER PHOENIX
Our hospital phlebotomists are responsible for collecting and processing patient biological specimens, including: blood, sputum, stool, urine, and saliva, etc. As the initiator of the diagnostic process at Banner Health inpatient facilities, phlebotomists are the laboratory’s direct link to and primary resource for patient care. As a hospital Phlebotomist, you will work in an inpatient hospital environment, covering all…

Location: Sun City, Arizona
Sonora Quest Laboratories, a joint venture between Banner Health and Quest Diagnostics, is the nation’s largest integrated laboratory system with approximately 3,100 employees serving more than 23,000 patients every day throughout Arizona. We are the market share leader in clinical laboratory testing in Arizona, performing more than 60 million diagnostic tests per year. We are CAP accredited and are the only healthcare…

This night shift medical laboratory technician will work in the busy microbiology department at Banner University Medical Center in central Phoenix
Sonora Quest Laboratories, a joint venture between Banner Health and Quest Diagnostics, is the nation’s largest integrated laboratory system with approximately 3,100 employees serving more than 23,000 patients every day throughout Arizona. We are the market share leader in clinical laboratory testing in Arizona, performing…

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