By Madia C.
132 Garson Ave
Rochester, NY 14609
(585) 360-3793 (Cell)
(585) 423-2226 (Home)
An opportunity to gain a professional position with the possibility of growth.
11/08-05/09 American Red Cross Rochester, NY
Manufacturing Technician I
â?¢ Received blood from different regions of New York State as well as Pennsylvania.
â?¢ Separated blood cells through process of filtration.
â?¢ Responsible for processing Blood/Plasma through a 4250 centrifuge rpm at a 4 degree Celsius temperature.
â?¢ Froze blood and plasma after process of separation.
â?¢ Familiar with registering blood units in computer.
11/05-06/07 Rochester General Hospital Rochester, NY
Specimen Management Technician I
â?¢ Processed specimens and patientâ??s medical billing information.
â?¢ Ordered tests for Chemistry, Hematology, Microbiology and Pathology.
â?¢ Imputed patientâ??s data into computer also verified information including types of insurance.
â?¢ Utilized and worked with IDX and SOFT programs.
â?¢ Familiar with ordering tests such as CMP (Comprehensive Metabolic Profile), BMP (Basic Metabolic Profile), FLP (Fasting Lipid Profile) as requested.
â?¢ Managed/handled multi-line phone, did filing and customer service.
3/05-9/05 TOPS Friendly Markets Rochester, NY
â?¢ Handled general bakery duties for mass production.
â?¢ Performed basic food service including preparation and organizing various baked goods.
2007 Monroe Community College Rochester, NY
â?¢ Liberal Art in Science major (still in process)
â?¢ 2003 Graduate from East High School
Available upon request.
By Dawn S.
My father would like to donate blood. His zip code is 89131. I am unable to find a location in the area. Can you please help me? I appreciate you help. Thank you.
By Chris C.
I recently gave blood here a few weeks ago and will probably go back. There isn't much parking, but the people are very nice and it's great to be in an environment where everyone is there to serve others. Naturally, their procedures are all very safe, very confidential, and very sanitary. You might have a bit of a wait before they call your number, so I'd recommend bringing a book or something to pass the time.
By Kimmie S.
This is a great place to go inside and to not only see posters and artifacts but materials that include clips from those who are currently within the administration. I loved seeing the clothes that the Red Cross volunteers wore and was surprised to see that Abercrombie & Fitch had created a beautiful grey wool gaberdine outfit that was from 1882 - what a difference for what they have now! Besides the clothes, you can learn about their efforts and how you can currently participate as well.
PROS: Great place to quietly see a portion of our heritage