Medical Laboratory Technician Information Sessions - Spring 2014
Wednesday, February 5, 4-5 pm
Thursday, March 6, 3-4 pm
Thursday, April 10, 3:30pm-4:30pm
All sessions are held in Building 24, Room 111 on the DMACC Ankeny Campus
Detecting Today's Medical Mysteries
Medical Laboratory Technicians (MLTs) perform tests that help diagnose and treat diseases, detect medical mysteries like HIV/AIDS and recently helped track the trail of the recent Anthrax strain back to its source.
Trained MLTs look for clues in tests to determine the absence, presence, extent and cause of disease.
Med lab techs are in high demand. Currently 100% of graduates have employment waiting for them when they receive their degree, most with sign-on bonuses.
If you enjoy:
- independent, detailed work
- looking at clues to solve problems
- the medical and science field
- challenging work
- producing quality results
then Medical Laboratory Technology could be the profession for you. Look through this site to find out more about the Med Lab Tech program.
In order to be successful in the MLT Program, students must be able to demonstrate these essential functions.