Author: Administrator


(March, 2019)

Blood Bank Medical Technologist/Medical Laboratory Technician                                                                                OhioHealth – Riverside Methodist Hospital, Columbus, OH

Sign-On Bonus and Relocation Assistance may be available for those who qualify!

Our OhioHealth family of associates is a collaborative group that discovers and succeeds together. Our culture is defined by our mission and OhioHealth values of excellence, compassion, integrity and stewardship.

OhioHealth has been a FORTUNE 100 Best Company to work for since 2007. Being a Best Company is about our culture and how we engage one another. This recognition is one measure of our success in achieving a part of our vision — to be an organization “where people want to work.” 

Position Summary: The duties of this position includes but is not limited to accurate, precise, and timely patient test results for the diagnosis and management of human illness. Position utilizes automation and computerization, and manual methods. Responsible for quality control and instrument operation, maintenance and troubleshooting. May be involved in teaching and training, but not in a leadership position. Position handles blood, tissue, fecal matter, sputum, urine, spinal fluid and other body fluids. Specimens may be contaminated with infectious diseases including HIV and other blood borne pathogens.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Medical Laboratory Science, Clinical Laboratory Science, or related field. OR Associates degree in Medical Laboratory Technology
  • ASCP/AMT or ASCP/AMT eligibility

Additional Job Information: Full Time Night Shift

To learn more and apply, please visit: and search Job ID 973775.

For further information, please contact Kaleigh Zaborsky at

OhioHealth is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Welcome to The Ohio Association of Blood Banks


It is with great sorrow that the Ohio Association of Blood Banks Board of Trustees announces the dissolution of OABB (as an organization). Corporate wind down activities are in progress.


On December 4, the membership met (in a virtual annual meeting) and unanimously approved a motion to dissolve the organization and disperse all remaining funds to blood bank organizations involved in educational pursuits.  

No individual or institutional membership dues notices will be issued for 2021 (and beyond). Please do not remit any membership dues to the organization.


The Board thanks all individuals and institutional members over the past 40+ years for your interest in blood banking in the state of Ohio and especially to all those members who served as leadership for the organization.



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