Clinical Lab Scientist Training Program
The Clinical Laboratories at UCSF Medical Center offer paid one-year post baccalaureate Clinical Laboratory Scientist Training Program leading to obtaining California licensure as a clinical laboratory scientist. Training starts in the last Monday of March and First Tuesday of September of each year. We accept 2-4 applicants each training cycle. Application deadline will be last Friday of August for March training session and June 1st for the September training session.
The primary mission of the training program is to prepare qualified clinical laboratory scientists with the skills, knowledge, and attributes needed to provide patients with the most reliable laboratory results, which is utilized to provide accurate test results used in the detection, diagnosis and treatment of human diseases.
We thrive to graduate technically competent clinical laboratory scientists, who possess independent judgement, problem solving skills and critically assess the validity of clinical laboratory results.
The extensive scientific knowledge and laboratory skill developed through the training program will provides the student with a distinct advantage of engaging in performing high complexity laboratory testing in the areas of clinical chemistry, hematology, blood banking, microbiology, molecular diagnostics, cytogenetics, immunology/serology, urinalysis and body fluids.
Due to continued growth and demand for qualified clinical laboratory scientists, we expect our graduates to have employment at our labs by the time they obtain their California licensure.
Please use the link below to apply.
Clinical Lab - Transfusion Services
(65 %) A. Perform Transfusion Service procedures, both routine and Stat.
(20 %) B. Communicate effectively. Enter date/test results into computer accurately.
(10 %) C. Use and/or operate equipment in transfusion service operation.
(5%) D. Perform additional tests, projects or special studies as requested.
Please note: Training is M-F 7:30 – 16:00 and will last 4 – 6 Weeks.
- Bachelor of Science degree.
- A valid California Department of Health Clinical Laboratory Scientist license or a limited license in Immunohematology. Maintain active license and follow Clinical Lab CLS licensure policy.
- Recent experience performing testing in a clinical lab setting.
Prefer two years’ Blood Banks or transfusion service experience in a high volume lab within the past five years, to include, but not exclusive of, experience in:
a) Selection and crossmatch of blood for the sensitized or problem recipient.
b) Antibody identification and titers.
c) Serologic follow-up of transfusion reactions.
d) Blood Banks quality control procedures.
e) Problems associated with transfusion of the neonate.
f) Use of hospital and laboratory information (computer) systems.
g) Experience performing testing on an automated platform.
- A valid California Department of Health Clinical Laboratory Scientist license or a limited license in Immunohematology.
At UCSF Health, our mission of innovative patient care, advanced technology and pioneering research is redefining what’s possible for the patients we serve – a promise we share with the professionals who make up our team.
Consistently ranked among the top 10 hospitals nationwide by U.S. News & World Report – UCSF Health is committed to providing the most rewarding work experience while delivering the best care available anywhere. In an environment that allows for continuous learning and opportunities for professional growth, UCSF Health offers the ideal atmosphere in which to best use your skills and talents.
UCSF is a diverse community made of people with many skills and talents. We seek candidates whose work experience or community service has prepared them to contribute to our commitment to professionalism, respect, integrity, diversity and excellence – also known as our PRIDE values.
In addition to our PRIDE values, UCSF is committed to equity – both in how we deliver care as well as our workforce. We are committed to building a broadly diverse community, nurturing a culture that is welcoming and supportive, and engaging diverse ideas for the provision of culturally competent education, discovery, and patient care. Additional information about UCSF is available at diversity.ucsf.edu
Join us to find a rewarding career contributing to improving healthcare worldwide.
Equal Employment Opportunity
The University of California San Francisco is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, protected veteran or disabled status, or genetic information.
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- Laboratory Field Services, the state agency that issues the CLS Trainee license, makes the final determination as to whether courses meet their specifications.
Important notice regarding evaluation of transcripts from outside the US:
As of August 15, 2016, the American Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers (AACRAO) discontinued its educational transcript evaluation services. Until further notice, LFS will accept educational transcript evaluations completed by “Current Members” of the National Association of Credential Evaluation Services (NACES), and “Endorsed Members” of the Association of International Credential Evaluators, Inc. (AICE). Evaluations completed before August 15, 2016 will only be accepted if completed by AACRAO. Please use the links below to view the “Current” and “Endorsed” members of NACES and AICE.
- To ask LFS about accepting specific courses, email LFS directly: [email protected]
SF State's Clinical Laboratory Science (CLS) Internship Program offers a 14-month full-time program that combines 16 weeks of lecture and laboratory instruction on the campus, followed by a 40-week off-campus internship at an affiliated clinical laboratory site. Completion of the internship program is required for eligibility to national board certification examinations and the California Clinical Laboratory Scientist license.
SF State’s CLS Internship Program provides students with the theoretical and practical skills necessary to work in hospitals, clinics, or biomedical research environments. Clinical laboratory scientists are employed in healthcare settings such as medical laboratories within large medical centers, community hospitals, public health, clinics and private industry. Excellent employment opportunities exist in research and development, medical informational technology, laboratory administration and education.
The program prepares students at the post-baccalaureate level to sit for licensure as Clinical Laboratory Scientists. The program is fully accredited by the National Accrediting Agency for Clinical Laboratory Sciences (NAACLS) and meets the educational standards required for licensure as a CLS by the California State Department of Health, Laboratory Field Services (LFS). The program seeks to develop critical thinking skills for clinical and administrative decision making in the complex and ever-changing healthcare environment.
Student Manual emailed upon request.
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