Phlebotomy Technicians

Blood Bank Technician

Blood Collection Technician

Blood Bank Technologist

Blood Bank Laboratory Technician

Minimum 12th standard pass in Science

Certified training for Blood Bank Technician (programme aligned to HSS/Q 2801 released by Healthcare Sector Skill Council)

Preferred relevant work experience

The tasks a Blood Bank Technician is expected to perform include: Collecting, labelling and storing blood

Testing samples to screen potential donors

Maintaining documentation and records

Monitoring the vital signs of patients during procedures

Checking compatibility of blood before issuing it out for transfusion

Ability to identify suitable individuals for donation of blood

Knowledge of taking vital parameters such as pulse, blood pressure and body temperature

Proficiency in documenting collected vitals of potential donors

Knowledge of prescribed limits of vital parameters within which blood can be donated Ability to interpret and perform risk management procedures

Preferably relevant professional qualification

Good team player

Result oriented individual

Good communication skills and ethical behavior

Calm and composed

It is not a desk job

Work from home option is not available

Part-time jobs are available

Need not handle a team

Travelling maybe required Working hours

Companies usually work for 5/6 days a week and 8/9 hours everyday. This may vary from clinic to clinic

Shift system may be available Is the job suitable for a candidate with special needs?Maybe

This job is considered mildly hazardous or dangerous Occupational hazards include cuts from contaminated sharps like broken glass, pricks from infected needles, undiagnosed infections, contaminated blood coming in contact with the eyes, etc.Health risks include exposure to infectious body fluids such as blood, saliva, other body fluids, exposure to infected needles, etc.

For freshers -`9,000 to`12,000 per month

For candidates with experience -`12,000 to`15,000 per month

(These figures are indicative and subject to change)

Medical Tourism and Certification/Accreditation of Medical Institutions

As covered earlier, medical tourism is being widely promoted by the Indian government. Certification/Accreditation of medical institutions definitely play a large role in attracting foreign nationals to Indian hospitals for treatment. With healthcare delivery players in the private sector vying for a share of international medical tourists, there is bound to be an increase in the number of medical institutions being certified/accredited.

Developments and Newer Areas of Medicine

Combined with the required increase in the density of medical professionals per 1,000 persons, as well as the projected increase in population, significant capacity and skill development is required in the following areas:



Technicians and paramedics

Among the areas outlined above, the requirement of nurses, technicians and paramedics account for over 75% of the incremental human resource requirement.

Currently the healthcare department requires good qualified Blood Bank Technicians to meet the growing healthcare needs.

Large hospitals across India

Blood banks across India

Public and private hospitals

Blood banks in towns and cities across India

Will be updated

Udaipur Institute of Physiotherapy and Paramedical Sciences Government Medical College, Amritsar

Institute of Public Health & Hygiene, New Delhi

D.S. Institute of Paramedical Science and Hospital, Ghaziabad

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