Medical laboratory assistants perform a number of administrative and medical activities. Apart from managing the usual office work such as taking patient information and issuing bills, medical lab assistants perform important work such as drawing blood and examining results.
A medical lab assistant needs to hold an associates degree or a certificate in medical laboratory assisting to be able to qualify for this job. Of course, a resume and a cover letter are equally important when applying for this position.
To build your cover letter, have a look at a sample cover letter for Medical Laboratory Assistant Resume below.
3678 Tinker Drive ♦ Fort Washington, MD 88383
Cell: (999) 999-9992 ♦ Email:
December 15, 2014
Mr. Vic Andrews
Manager Human Resources
89 Howard Street
Fort Washington, MD 73638
Dear Mr. Andrews:
I am writing in response to you advertisement for the position of a Medical Laboratory Assistant at Ace Labs. My Phlebotomist Certification, one year healthcare experience and demonstrated proficiency in administrative Support make me a perfect candidate for this position.
During my employment at Core Lab Works, I have had plenty of opportunities to learn about the real world of collecting and testing specimens. Moreover, I have a great exposure to diagnostic procedures akin to chemistry, hematology and urinalysis and have a proven ability to accurately report results. While working under the top laboratory technologists of the state, I have gained valuable knowledge of testing procedures and their implications. Additionally, I am well versed in running smooth laboratory office by managing supplies and equipment appropriately and ensuring that all billing procedures are kept in order.
Considering my experience and exposure in phlebotomy field, I am certain that I am the person your laboratory is looking for to fill this challenging position. I would be happy to make myself available to discuss Medical Laboratory Assistant position in greater detail. Let’s talk!
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