|From:||Linda Stirpe <email@example.com>|
--- Laboratory <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I meant to say 3,000 cases a year NOT 3,000 blocks
> per year.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Laboratory <email@example.com>
> To: Histonet <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Date: Tuesday, January 23, 2001 4:14 PM
> Subject: FTE'S
> >I have a question for smaller hospitals------
> >How many FTE's do you have for your Histology
> departments that do
> >approximately 3,000 blocks per y ear? And do
> Immunoperoxidase also.
> >Also, as a side note, any hospitals that have a
> Cytotechnologist with
> >approximately 4,312 paps and 450 NOn-Gyns, do you
> have a separate prep
> >person? If not, who does the prep?
> >Thank you in advance for answering these questions.
> >Dawn Schneider, Lead Tech
> >Howard Young Medical Center
> >Woodruff, WI
At our hospital we have 2 FTE, myself and another
histo tech, that process about 5,000 cases per year.
When one of us is off for vacations, day off etc., we
have the cyto prep person trained to accession, stain,
coverslip, answer the phone, etc., so we can do the
embedding, cutting and routine special stains. As for
immunos, we send them out because it is not cost
effective to do them in house. Hope this info is of
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