The Pathology Collection course offered at Menzies Institute features the latest simulation equipment for pathology collection and teaching methods for students to become qualified pathology collectors.
What does a Pathology Collector do?
A Pathology Collector works in a Pathology Collection Centre, Hospital, Clinic or Medical Practice or does home visits to take pathology specimens from patients. Taking pathology specimens generally involves using a needle to take blood specimens from patients. Other pathology specimens taken by a Pathology Collector may include skin tissue or bodily fluids. Pathology Collectors also conduct tests such as ECG (Heart) screening. These specimens and tests are sent to Pathology Laboratories to assess patients for medical problems.
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