Re: [Histonet] Mohs tech??

From:Larry Woody

I can tell you this: I did Moh's for about 4 years and I probably cut more frozens in that time than I have the rest of my career. We once worked on the same patient from 7am to almost midnight the same day. It can be a lot of cutting and waiting but it is very interesting especially if you get to screen the slides with the dermpath.

Amber McKenzie  wrote:  What exactly is a Mohs tech? I'm not familiar with that term?

-----Original Message-----
[] On Behalf Of Cheryl
Sent: Tuesday, June 10, 2008 7:19 PM
To: 'Histonet'
Subject: [Histonet] Need a Mohs temp in NYC

Hi All!

I need to find a Mohs tech for alternating Mondays starting ASAP (of
:). We could work out a short term situations for a couple of weeks or
could take it on as an ongoing PRN employee. 

Please call if you have any questions--


Cheryl R. Kerry, HT(ASCP), BA

Full Staff Inc.

Staffing the lab - One GREAT tech at a time.

281.852.9457 office

281.883.7704 cell

800.756.3309 fax and alternate phone

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