RE: [Histonet] appropriate pay for grossing techs

From:"Tague, Curtis"

considering the amount of time the pathologist saves, i'd say something in the mid to high 20's would be appropriate. i think lumping a grossing tech in the same range as a routine H.T. is inaccurate... i do both which is why i support the seperation and a higher wage. in southern calif. the average H.T. is in the low to mid 20's.
i'd love to hear any other input.
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From: []On Behalf Of Jen Steinberg
Sent: Saturday, November 01, 2003 13:33
Subject: [Histonet] appropriate pay for grossing techs

   I'm hoping someone can help me.  I was wondering what the appropriate starting wage of a grossing tech would be for a private path lab which works mainly on small skin, gyn, and oral specimens and processes about 250 cases a day (between 2 grossers).  Would the pay be any different if the employee had an M.S.  The position is entry-level.  Thanks very much. 

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