About the job
Clinical pathologist with experience and knowledge in accreditation. Would be responsible for ensuring that clinical laboratory services meet the standards set forth by accrediting bodies such as the College of American Pathologists (CAP) or the Joint Commission or others
Overseeing the accreditation process: This would involve working closely with laboratory staff to ensure that all necessary documentation and processes are in place to meet accreditation standards.
Responsible for conducting regular audits and inspections of laboratory processes, procedures, and records to ensure compliance with accreditation standards.
Maintain detailed records of all laboratory activities and ensure that they are up-to-date and accurate.
Provide guidance and training to laboratory staff to ensure that they understand the accreditation process and are able to meet the required standards.
Stay up-to-date with changes to accreditation standards and ensure that the laboratory is always compliant with the latest requirements.
Collaborate with other departments within the organization to ensure that laboratory services are integrated with other clinical services and that patient care is optimized.
Analyze data from laboratory tests and procedures to identify trends and patterns that may impact patient care.
Salary is negotiable/ DHA License or Registration Mandatory
Pathologists collaborate with other doctors and healthcare professionals at hospitals and laboratories. Qualified medically, scientifically.