Medical and Clinical Laboratory Technologists
Medical Technologists generally require a bachelor’s degree in Medical Technology or in one of the life sciences. Bachelor’s degree programs in Medical Technology include courses in chemistry, biological sciences, microbiology, mathematics, and statistics, as well as courses designed to teach knowledge and skills used in the clinical laboratory. Medical Technology programs are typically offered through a university, with internships in a hospital setting.
For More Information, Contact:
American Medical Technologists
710 Higgins Road
Park Ridge, IL 60068
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