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Chapter 1 A. Demographic Profile Vision Mission Goals and Objectives Organizational chart

Vision: Ensure Accurate, Precise and Reliable Laboratory results

Mission: To perform and identify the qualitative analysis of body fluids such as blood, urine and feces that will help the physician in the confirmation of a clinical impression, establish or rule out a diagnosis, therapeutic or management guideline data, prognosis and screening or detection of diseases.

Job Description

Medical Technology An auxiliary branch of laboratory medicine which deals with the examination by various chemical microscope, bacteriologic and other medical laboratory procedures or techniques which will aid the physician in the diagnosis, study and treatment of disease and in the promotion of health in general.

Pathologist - A duly registered physician who is specially trained in methods of laboratory medicine, or the gross and microscopic study and interpretation of issue, secretion and e excretions of the human body and its functions in order to diagnose disease, follow its course, determine the effectively of treatment, ascertain cause of death and advance medicine by means of research.

Medical Technologist A person who engage in the work of medical technology under the supervision of a pathologist or licensed physician authorized by the Department of health in places where there is no pathologist and who having passed a prescribed course (Bachelor of Science in Medical Technology/Bachelor of Science in Hygiene) of training and examination.

Medical Laboratory Technicians A person certified and registered with the Board as qualified to assist a Medical Technologist and / or qualified pathologist in the practice of medical technology.

Laboratory Aide - Should at least high school graduate and who shall assist the medical technologist or laboratory technicians but whose activities should be limited to non-technical procedures.

Head, Chief, Director or In-Charge of the Laboratory Should be a duly license physician and registered with the Medical Board of Examinees of the Philippines, and qualified in laboratory medicine by having been certified by the Philippine Board of Pathology either in Anatomical Pathology, Clinical Pathology or both; provide that in areas where there are no pathologist, the laboratory may be supervised by a licensed physician with training of laboratory medicine as the Director of the Bureau of Research and laboratories may consider sufficiently adequate depending on the activities performed, and that he is authorized of the Secretary of Health as head or in-charge of such laboratory.

Laboratory Standard Operating Procedure for the House Staff The clinician uses the laboratory to assist in diagnosis and management of the patient. In effect, a test requisition is a request for consultative services, which sets in motion a vast array of maneuvers to generate a laboratory report. Each procedure to generate a result consist of a series of steps or processes. An adequate understanding of each process enables the laboratorian to achieve more nearly optimal conditions and consequently to improve the accuracy and precision of each measurement. Collection, handling and processing the specimen prior to analysis must receive prime consideration. Validity of data obtained on the specimen itself is highly dependent, use of reagents and environmental control. The purpose of this policy manual is provide fundamental knowledge prerequisites to skilful techniques in each step of an analysis and examinations and activities in clinical laboratory.

General Guidelines All requests should be written legibly. Name of patient must be written in PRINT The request must include all information that would help clarify intent of the request The requesting physician must sign the request.

What are needed stick injuries? Needle stick injuries are wounds caused by needles that accidentally puncture that skin. Needle stick injuries are a hazardous for people who work with hypodermic syringes and other needle equipment. These injuries can occur at any time when people use, disassemble, or dispose of needles. When not disposed of properly, needles can become concealed in linen or garbage and injure other workers who will encounter then unexpectedly. Needle stick injuries transmit infectious disease, especially blood-borne viruses. In recent years, concern about AIDS, hepatitis B, and Hepatitis C has prompted research to find out why these injuries occur and to develop measures to prevent them.

What are the hazards of needle stick injuries? Accidental punctures by contaminated needles can injured hazardous fluids into the body though the skin. There is potential for injection of hazardous drugs, but injection of infectious fluids, especially effectively. Accidental injection of blood-borne viruses is the major hazard of needle stick injuries.

Chapter 2 A. Scope of Services Test Conducted Location of the laboratory St. Peter Cathedral Bldg., Rizal St., Tuguegarao City, Cagayan 3500 Classification of the laboratory

Secondary Laboratory Laboratory operation hours

B. Personnel List of Personnel NAME DESIGNATION Eduardo M. Badua Pathologist III, MD Melanie P. Caculitan Administrator Joan M. Garunay Chief Medical Technologist Ayesah Marie P. Medical Technologist Calilung Khary Mae A. Bunuan Medical Technologist Angelica B. Maramag Laboratory Technician Andrea F. Quilang Medical Secretary Joven Matalang Utility Duties and responsibilities Pathologist Chief Medical technologist Medical technologist Laboratory aide C. General safety guidelines Safety practices Housekeeping Handling and disposal of sharps Handwashing Biohazard Information and Posting

HIGHEST EDUCATION ATTAINMENT Post-Graduate College Graduate College Graduate College Graduate College Graduate College Graduate College Graduate College Graduate

D. Specimen Specimen submission, acceptance and rejection. Turn-around-time (TAT) Specimen flow chart for the laboratory testing

E. Laboratory request and reporting Sample laboratory request Sample laboratory report

F. Record keeping

G. Confidentiality

H. Quality Assurance program

I. Lists of equipments and reagents

J. Waste segregation and infectious waste disposal Infectious waste Waste segregation Disposal of infectious waste Decontamination

Chapter 3 A. SWOT analysis

Strength The Laboratory renders services to patients MondaySaturday 7:30 am6:00pm. The Laboratory personnel is very efficient and corresponds to patient care.

Weakness Opportunities The space can only Networking with accommodate up to other institutions. 10 patients.

Threat Other Laboratories near the said Laboratory also offer the same services they have.

No chairs or waiting patients.

Too few faculty/staff. Chapter 4 A. Recommendation The payment is more expensive compared to near laboratories. They should at least reduce the amount. Renovate the area for the convenience of the patients.

B. Appendix C. Documentation D. Humanae Vitae

Liban, Jamaica B. BSMT-3A Motto: Sawang sawa na ako mag-review.

Junatas, Michelle B. BSMT-3A Motto: Awwtsu?

Pascua, Shirinee Lale C. BSMT-3A Motto: Wala akong motto.

Gines, Faith Aileen G. BSMT-3A Motto: Anong motto ko?

Caldez, Kay Anne K. BSMT-3A\ Motto: Salamin mo nga.

Raquinio, Steffi Grace V. BSMT-3A Motto: Libre ko?