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ANCHALEE SATIMAN

Service orientated, diligent and reliable medical technologist experiencedin USA and Thailand with certification. Excels in high pressure challenging environment that requires accurate, quality,on-time results.

WORK EXPERIENCE

8/2015 – Present

Managing Director                                                                                

METRO MED COMPANY LIMITED

 

8/2014 – 8/2015

Managing Director                                                                                  

M.T. INTER LAB COMPANY LIMITED

 

Application Specialist

HORIBA MEDICAL THAILAND COMPANY LIMITED                          5/2012 – 7/2014

Primary role is application and software design, in order to provide product solutions for specific business needs. The role requires the job holder to manage the entire process of building applications, from the design process, to creating, testing and rolling out the application.
The main duties of an Applications Specialist include; designing a product solution in line with specifications given by business managers, implementing software and taking it live to staff members, offering support services for users, coaching users within the business and meeting with clients.
The role requires the job holder to have a professional and proactive work ethic and work well within a team dynamic

Medical Technologist                                                                               11/2010 – 4/2012

Pattaya International Hospital        Full service International hospital. Tasked to collect and prepare specimens, then perform laboratory procedures used in the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of disease. Required to verify, record and report lab results on all performed tests and ensure accurate compliance with government requirements, hospital policies and laboratory procedures.

Medical Laboratory Assistant                                                                 5/2010 – 8/2010

Madison Valley Medical Center – Montana USA           Internship in USA to gain experience within full service hospital conditions under foreign service standards.

Medical Technologist                                                                               8/2008 –  4/2010

Surin Hospital                                   First employment after graduation in Public Health Service under Ministry of Public Health. Learned wide array of particle applications of medical roles within the hospital.

 

Key Service Contributions:

  • Executed and analyzed tests in areas including chemistry, hematology, urinalysis, serology, histology and bacteriology to aid physicians in diagnosing and treating disease.
  • Consistently commended for the timely, high-quality completion of both routine and special laboratory assays of patient specimens (including blood and other body fluids, skin scrapings and surgical specimens).
  • Ensured test-result validity before recording/reporting results, earning a reputation for meticulous attention to detail.
  • Demonstrated the ability to communicate test results effectively with physicians, pathologists and nursing staff as a member of interdisciplinary team focused on providing exemplary quality of care.
  • Evaluated quality control within laboratory using standard laboratory test and measurement controls, and maintained compliance with risk-management guidelines.
  • Operated and calibrated an assortment of laboratory/testing equipment and performed various chemical, microscopic and bacteriologic tests.
  • Performed stat and routine testing on a variety of specimens quickly and accurately.
  • Maintained lab equipment and troubleshot/resolved instrument problems.
  • Quickly mastered Meditech system.

 

EDUCATION

 Master of Arts – English

BuriramRajabhat University                                                                     5/2010 – 6/2014

Bachelor Degree – Medical Technology

Thammasat University                                                                                6/2004 – 3/2008