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Claudia White

eBay Seller @ claudiakBay

Claudia White
57 years old
Professional Status
Project initiator
Open to opportunities
  • Selling High Quality, Designer, Athleisure Clothing. Brands include 90 Degree by Reflex, Reebok, Marika, Nanette Lepore, Betsey Johnson and Rocawear Jackets.
  • High end cosmetics, Ralph Lauren Fragrances, other Health & Beauty items.
  • Featuring Gift Packs, & Buy 1 Get 1’s High quality athletic clothing, shoes, and accessories, for Women, Men, and Teens. Costs range. Brands include Reebok®, 90 Degrees by Reflex®, Under Armour®, Skechers®, Adidas®, ASICS®, Carmen Marc Valvo®, Nanette Lepore®, Betsey Johnson®, Bally Fitness®, Ralph Lauren®, Marika®, Swimwear and Mia K Farrow® Purses.
  • If you don't like our prices name your own!

Awarded SSDI

Since July 2019

Medical Technologist -Generalist Temporary Assignment

William Bee Ririe Hospital Ely, Nv
May 2018
  • 1 week of training
  • End of employment

Medical Technologist -Generalist Temporary Assignment

Protouch Staffing assignment:Blessing Hospital Quincy, I'll.
July 2017
  • Accepted 13 week assignment in Quincy, Il.
  • Actual assignment:
    June 27-30, Monday July 2, 1st half in am, July 5-6th Lab. Not allowed to work holiday hours July 3 and 4th.
  • Days spent in Quincy 13.
  • Allowed to work 3 1/3 full days.

Medical Technologist -Generalist

Granger Medical Clinic
September 2015 to October 2016
  • Initially hired as Part-time/3 days per week <29 hrs, no benefits
    Pull Pending List • Laboratory shut down.

    • LIS: LabDaq • Electronic Medical Records eClinicalWorks  • Performing chemistry, hematology, microbiology, urinalysis/wet preps, ESR's, A1C's  • Analyzers Bio-Rad D10, Dimension® RxL Max® Integrated Chemistry System, Tosoh Bioscience AIA-900,BreathTek®, Sysmex XS-1000i, and CLINITEK®  • Replenishing of consumables/reagents, maintenance, calibrations, QC, troubleshooting, documentation •
  • Had to wait until Full time/ Full Benefits Medical Technician shift was over, finish her work.
    Then pull pending resolve, most of time over 50 samples not completed, had to find all samples, run what I could, leave the rest for am shift.
  • Employment ended still PT but at 5 days/week closing <29 hours/week no benefits
  • Dismissed due to time clock punches

Medical Technologist -Generalist Temporary Assistance

Dr's Office Lab Idaho
July 2015
Temporary Replacement
Idaho Falls
United States - Idaho
  • Agreed to assist Dr Office Lab through inspection, due to no call no show by Clinical Lab Assistant [CLA].
    Came to assignment Monday morning - CLA had been rehired.
  • Instead of giving me professional courtesy by calling and letting me know their CLA has been rehired no need for me to drive there.

    Dr. called me to office end of 1st week. Said He could hire any high school graduate to do what I can do for his lab.

Medical Technologist-Traveler

Fusion Staffing
May 2015 to June 2015
United States - Arizona
  • 6-week assignment
  • finish other travelers contract
  • Hospital/Supervisor ended contract earlier.
  • LIS Paracelsus
  • Data analysis, and release to reports in Paracelsus
  • Communicated remotely with Laboratory Management Consultants Hazard, Kentucky.
  • Sent all tested samples immediately via UPS to Millennium Laboratories, San Diego, California.
  • >32 hours/week with Benefits
  • Utilized ThermoScientific™ Indiko™Plus Clinical and Specialty Chemistry analyzer.
    Analyzed data; Managed reagents and lab consumables inventories.
    Verified and reported information in Paracelsus
  • Managed Inventory.
  • Let go by company hired to manage Lab due to misinterpretation of their QC rules.
  • Weekend Graveyard 3-12 hour shifts while working at Omega during week.

    Include running all aspects of the Laboratory, Ordering tests in LIS, Phlebotomist for ER & schedule Floor draws, Specimen processing, Hematology, Sysmex XS-1000i, Peripheral Blood Smears, Wright Staining, Manual Differentials.
    Chemistry, Dimension® ExL, STAT Troponins ran on iSTAT, Coagulation Sysmex CA-500,
    UA Bayer Clinitek®, manual microscopy, reflex pos to Micro-set plates.
    Microbiology Setting Blood Culture Bottles, Gram Stain, MRSA Cultures. Manual slide prep, staining, microscopy for positive Blood Cultures.
    Maintenance of all instrument in preparation for day shift , Quality Control, Calibration.
  • Processed specimens, tests, and results to gain accurate results on patients’ conditions.
  • Managed the weekly assignment in blood bank; performed daily quality control; typed and crossed specimens and identified antibodies; utilized the ID-Micro Typing System™ (ID-MTS™) System. Proper patient history look up and reporting.
  • Blood cultures, MRSA cultures, urine cultures, blood smears, bodily fluids, hemocytometer cell counts,
  • microbiology gram stains, manual differentials, hematology, and CSF’s cytospins.
  • Let go due to Phlebotomy skills Floor Nurses complained to HR for having to help me.

    I notified HR & Lab Supervisor- prior to accepting employment that my phleb skills were underused, I would need assistance for 1st 6 months -1 year.

    Additionally Counter to my training in Phleb 2x attempts, another person takes next draw. Nurses were unwilling to be next person.
  • Biolis24i Analyzer from Carolina Liquid Chemistries
    Maintained Calibration and Quality Control Data, troubleshooting and incidence
    Interpreted test results and reports for clinics providers (physician’s, PA's, RN's)
    Saved the Clinic the cost of Service Contract by performing all maintenance, daily, weekly, quarterly and part of annual.
    Paid by:
    1099 Salary, <20 hours/week, No Benefits
  • Ensured compliance when testing clients’ urine for DOA's
  • Interpreted test results and reports for physicians, registered nurses, and physician’s assistants.
  • Successfully maintained the calibration and quality control data, incidence log and troubleshooting.
  • Once they decides to make LC their method of screening samples, I was not invited to next level of laboratory. They had hired another Tech to take over Lab. Did not get it until CO would not let me order reagents needed to test all samples.
  • Once their new tech took over position received phone calls from her 2-4 X per week for 3 weeks.
  • Dr called asked if I would come to LCMS training.
    He did not offer future employment, for Full-Time W2 w/ Benefits.
    Unable to fit training into schedule as I had accepted employment w/ Recovery Ways
  • Successfully completed13 week assignment through CompHealth at IHS Crow Agency.
  • IHS Crow Agency Supervisor Leah.
    Phlebotomy, Blood Gases, Blood Banking- Type and Cross. Emergency Release. Chemistry, Hematology, Coagulation, Urinalysis, Rapid Agglutination Tests, Microscopy.
  • LIS: RPMS ·Blood Bank- QC Tube Method ·ID-Micro Typing System™ (ID-MTS™) ·Type and Cross
  • Chemistry, Hematology, Coagulation, Urinalysis, Rapid Agglutination Tests, Microscopy
  • Peripheral Blood Smears, Wright Staining, Manual Differentials, Cell counts Hemocytometers
  • Analyzers: Dimension® ExL, i-STAT®, CELL-DYN Ruby by Abbott, Sysmex CA-500 Coagulation, UA Bayer Clinitek®
  • Assisted Supervisor in revising and developing new Standard Operating Procedures for Body Fluids including microscopic analysis of cells, microorganisms, cancerous, atypical and normal findings.
  • Supervisor offered assignment extension to go until September, let me purchase a non-refundable flight to SLC, Utah for a 5 day break.
    Dropped by Lab on way to airport, schedule had changed, I was no longer on it after that day.
    Asked Supervisor what was up, she denied offering and acceptance of assignment extension.
  • Cancelled flight, cleaned apartment, asked Landlord if she needed a deposit for incidentals, she told No, don't worry about it.
  • Landlord took $915 out of last check.
  • Brought to fruition first TASC Lab in Utah.
    Using LIS-STARLIMS. Validated non-seimen's reagents on AU-400e
    Taught Skill and UnSkilled Staff Laboratory Procedures.
  • Compiled daily data and documentation for litigation packets
  • Consistently less than 24 hour turnaround time-95% of daily specimens tested <24 hours
  • Developed and authored Standard Operating Procedures attempting to match Az Labs.
  • Closed laboratory due to need for resolving pending for all sample drawn that day.
  • Difficulties with Tech hired to assist calling management "Lesbian" / "Dyke".
    Expressed discomfort with her language to management 2 wks prior to schedule telephone meeting. Assured would be addressed at next meeting.

    Let go due to intentional misinformation given to me by Gail French

Medical Technologist-Traveler with Aureus Staffing

Geisinger Wyoming Valley Medical Center
September 2011 to October 2011
Temporary Replacement
United States - Pennsylvania
  • Accepted 6 month assignment
  • Sysmex Hematology line 4 analyzers, middle ware WAN, slides made for flags- wright stained
  • Microscopic Review of Hematology Slides
  • LIS-MYSIS already over 6yrs experience with Mysis
  • Dismissed by Hospital at 13 wks
  • As a Level 1 Trauma Center, Intermountain Medical Center offers a full array of services, including heart, cancer, neurological, transplant, OB, critical care, wellness services, and more.
  • LIS Mysis. Instrument’s operated and maintained Beckman Coulter Lh750, STAGO, Vitros, Abbott I2000 and C8000
    Daily task Instrument maintenance, Quality Control, Calibration when necessary, Addition of reagents, Replenishing consumables
    Laboratory tests chemistry, hematology, coagulation and urinalysis used to aid Providers in the diagnosis, detection, treatment, and prevention of disease.
  • Rotated through Laboratory positions including Chemistry, Coagulation, Urinalysis Hematology/Body Fluids
  • 7on/7off Graveyards, paid for 80 hours, accrued no time off, or Benefits
  • Let go to due to inability to work 5am shift
  • Key member of team that validated, developed and established SMRT Lab, which is one of only two World Anti-Doping Association Accredited Labs in the United States (+ISO A2LA Accredited).
  • Responsible for authoring the standard operating procedures required for use by all staff members.
  • Promoted to certifying scientist responsible for certifying other analyst’s chromatography and data packs.
  • Instrument’s: Immulite®2000, BD LSRII Flow Cytometer, Sysmex XS-1000i, Agilent HP6890 GC/MSD, GC/NPD, Agilent 1100 series HPLC connected to Applied Biosystems
  • QStar-XL tandem MS (Q-TOF), LC/MS, Thermo TSQ, and AutoLumat LB 953 Luminometer
  • Primary Technologist managing and over seeing immunoassay testing. First immunoassay used Immulite 2000 testing for hcG in Male athletes.
  • Selected to receive training by world renowned Dr. Martin Bidlingmaier of Endocrine Laboratories Medizinische Klinik – Innenstadt, Ludwig-Maximilians University Munich, Germany. Spent 5 days in Munich training.

    Brought the kit back to US, trained Labs R&D PhD on the procedure. Together we did in house validation, compiled the data, had it submitted to ISO and in less than 6 months were were the only Lab in the USA accredited to perform the assay on US Athletes.
  • Performed CMZ GH Isoform assay on random US Athletes pre=XXIX Olympiad, 2008 Beijing Games to detect human growth hormone doping.
  • SMRTL went private, changing me from a U of U & Utah state Employee 2 weeks shy of full Technologist with private company-benefits not matching. IHC offered Full Time Medical Technologist temp to hire position & I accepted

Competitive Sports

  • Professional Foosball
  • 1981 First Place Novice Women's Doubles partner Sue Shell. World Championships Chicago, Ill


  • Seven weeks in Europe (Luxemborg, France, Germany)
  • Two weeks Barcelona Spain
  • One week training in Munich, Germany at Ludwig University Endocrinology Department

Culinary Arts

  • Worked under Madame Marguritte Gales at Le Fleur de Lys 12/1981 - 1985
    [Pantry- Sous Chef]
  • Worked for Chef Dennis Bird at Bird's Cafe 1985-1986. [ Assistant Chef/Sous Chef ]
  • Vierra's Private Club 1986-1989-for Kenny & Judy Vierra [Chef of the House]

Licenses and Certificates

  • American Society for Clinical Pathology Associate Member since 1992 ID# 03078799
  • Cytotechnologist ASCP Certificate# 9777 no expiration
  • Medical Laboratory Scientist ASCP CMP Certificate # 222169 exp. 11/3/2019
  • Nevada Clinical Laboratory Technologist License #47872-TCL-0 exp. 1/22/2019
  • Nevada General Supervisor of a Licensed Laboratory #487165-TGS-0 exp. 1/29/2019

Laboratory Skills

  • Specimen Receiving, Specimen Preparation, Specimen testing, Data Analysis, Data Entry, Report generation, Calculations, Making Reagents, Mixing of and fortifying with Internal Standards. Specimen extraction, liquid/liquid and solid phase. Injection into GC/MS, LC/MS/MS. Analysis of Chromatography Retention times, Peek Heights, making sure they are exact for the compound, spotting pitfalls such as ion flips. Working in and maintaining a clean work environment • Microscopy of Blood, Body Fluids, CSF’s, Synovial Fluids, Siemen, Urine, Cell differentials, Cell morphology. Cell counts performed by instrumentation or by using hemocytometers when doing manually.
  • HIPPA•PHI •MEDICARE/MEDICAID• SAFETY/OSHA• CAP/CLIA/COLA/ISO• Policy Development• Administration• Technical Writing• Writing of SOPs • Organizing/Prioritizing/Turnaround Time• Data Analysis/Spot Spurious Results• Data Entry/Reporting• Auditing Quality Assurance• Continuous Quality Improvement• Mentoring• Listening• Teaching• Inventory Management• Reagents/Consumables/Buffers/Internal Standard• Specimen Accessioning• Specimen Preparation• Analysis• Microscopy•, Blood Smears• Manual Differential• Cell Counts, Body Fluids, CSF's, Synovial Fluid• Critical Value Notification• Contemporaneous Documentation• Laboratory Information Systems= Mysis/GUI, Sunquest, Star-LIMS, RPMS, LAB DAQ, Horizon by Chem-ware, Cerner Millennium•

Laboratory Analyzer and Information System Skills

  • High Complexity Analyzers: ·Dimension® ExL• Ortho VITROS® 4600• Abbott I2000 and C8000·Immulite®2000•Beckman-Coulter AU400e• Biolis24i• ThermoScientific™ Indiko™Plus• TOSOH AIA- 900·Sysmex XS-1000i •Beckman Coulter Lh750• Coulter™ Lh780 •High Complexity Specialty Analyzers •·BD LSRII Flow Cytometer• Agilent HP6890 GC/MSD, GC/NPD ·Agilent 1100 Series QStar-XL Middleware and Data Analysis Software •·ChemStation by Agilent,• Laboratory Information System’s: ·Horizon by ChemWare ·Mysis/GUI Roll & Scroll ·Star LIMS ∙Sunquest ·Paracelsus · Cerner ·RPMS ·Lab Daq Other Miscellaneous information systems (Data Analysis, Middle Ware) ChemStation by Agilent, Sysmex WAM™. Advanced analyzer maintenance, calibration, QC and troubleshooting.

Management Skills

  • Customer Service Skills, Microsoft Office, Phone Skills, Communication, Written, Verbal (10+ years)
  • Teaching, Listening, Facilitating, Assisting, Supervising, Life Long Learner (10+ years)
  • Managing Consumables, Inventory, Ordering, Keeping Track of Competitive Pricing (10+ years)
  • Policy Development• Administration• Technical Writing• Writing of SOPs (10+ years)
  • Maintenance of moderate to high complexity analyzers. Calibration, QC, troubleshooting, documentation (10+ years)

Ofice Skills

  • Familiar with use of most computer programs such as, Office 365, Excel, Word, and Power Point. Working knowledge of most all MS Office equipment and email systems, shipping and receiving. Able to develop and maintain company mailing lists via MS Office. Use manufacture documentation for reference. Working knowledge of most all office equipment and software, MS Office 365 Suite, Adobe DC Pro, email systems, shipping and receiving. Able to develop and maintain company mailing lists via MS Office. Able to use, maintain, troubleshoot and fix most office equipment. Including: copiers, printers, scanners, fax machine, calculator, postage meter, PC’s, shrink-wrap machine, paper cutter, hole driller, bindery equipment, tape machine, stackers, electric stapler and scales. Experienced in keeping copier and copier areas clean, well-organized and stocked. Ensures copiers are working properly, Clean copier as per manufacture, Clear paper jams and other errors. Check for quality via daily inspections or as needed. Have a check off log for startup and shut down task. Maintains records, incidence logs, service logs. Document everything contemporaneously. Have logs available to edit for task and logs used to bring important issues to supervisors’ attention quickly.

Writing Skills

  • Technical writer-use manufacture documentation, reference manuals, and facts I know by heart for references. Authored many Standard Operated Procedures and Manuals. It’s best to be in the Lab I am writing the procedure for as I am able to give to another Technologist to perform with only the SOP, this works great for getting glitches out before they have a chance to be a problem.

Fast Track Medical Technology Program Certificate of Completion = Bachelors

University of Utah Department of Pathology Division of Medical Laboratory Science

September 2004 to October 2005
One year, accelerated, Medical Laboratory Technology program for students with Bachelors Degree, GPA 3.7
Clinical Rotation's ARUP Laboratories SLC, Utah
University of Utah Department of Pathology Division of Medical Laboratory Science
Clinical Immunology Technique (3750)
Body Fluids Analysis (3850)
Hematology I (4300)
Hematology II (4310)
Pathogenic Microbiology (4500)
Lab Management/Suprvsn (5130)
Basic Immunology (5030)
Quantitative Intensive Chem I (4200)
Quantitative Intensive Chem II (4210)
Coagulation (4320)
Immunohematology I (4400)
Immunohematology II (4410)
Diagnostic Microbiology (4510)
Molecular Diagnostics (4511)
Education Methodology (5100)
Research and Develop Evaluation (5110)
Applied Clinical Chem I (5200)
Applied Clinical Chem II (5210)
Applied Clinical Hematology I (5300)
Applied Clinical Hem II (5310)
Applied Clin ImmunoHem (5400)
Applied Clin Micro I (5500)
Applied Clin Micro II (5510)
Applied Clin Immunology (5530)
Applied Molec DX (5531)

Bachelors Degree of Medical Laboratory Science emphasis Cytotechnology

University of Utah Department of Pathology Division of Medical Laboratory Science

September 1989 to 1991
Medical Laboratory Science emphasis: Cytotechnology 2+2 Program GPA 3.17
Clinical Rotations St. Mary's Hospital with Dr. Geno Saccomanno Grand Junction, Colorado
University of Utah School of Medicine
Applied Statistics (307)
MDLB Dx Cytopathiology I (445)
MDLB Clinical MicroscopyI (446)
Cytopreparatory Technique (447)
Lab Management & Supervision (511)
Educ & Public Speaking (510)
Writing for Publication (600)
MDLB Dx CytopathologyII (455)
MDLB Clin Microscopy II (456)
MDLB Cytoprep II (457)
MDLB Basic Immunology (503)
BIOL Cell Biology (240)
MDLB Dx Cytopath III (485)
MDLB Clin Microscopy III (486)
MDLB Cytoprep III (487)
MDLB Clinical Cytopath I (488)
MDLB Clinical Cytopath II (465)
MDLB Clinical Cytopath III (466)
MDLB Clinical CytopathIV (467)
Human Genetics (335)
MDLB Dx Cytopath IV (475)
MDLB Clin Microscopy IV (476)
MDLB Cytoprep IV (477)
Lan Manage & Superv (511)
Accelerated Organic Chemistry (331-332)

Associate of Science: General Ed Composite:Humanities & Science

Salt Lake Community College

August 1987 to July 1989
Dean's List Graduate GPA 3.7
Vice President of Ski Club
Hosted Campus fundraiser for Special Olympics