Re: [Histonet] appropriate pay for grossing techs

From:"Gudrun Lang"

Hi Jen,
I dont have an answer for you, but another question. In Austria the person, who does crossing, is a pathologist (m.d.).
We have several sorts of tissue f(rom toe to sculp) and I think without a medical uni-study, it is very difficult. Even our doctors sometimes make mistakes and look over important details.
Is it usual in USA,  that histotechs do the crossing?
best wishes
Gudrun Lang
general hospital Linz, Austria
----- Original Message -----
From: Jen Steinberg
Sent: Saturday, November 01, 2003 10:32 PM
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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