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Medical Lab of the year award.

This award coincides with National Medical Laboratory Week and allows medical laboratorians nationwide to demonstrate their contributions to quality patient care. The winner and two runners-up will be featured in the April 2004 issue of Medical Laboratory Observer. Deadline for nominations/submissions is Feb. 1, 2004.


Laboratories will be judged on measurable achievements in each of the following areas:

* Customer service/Contribution to patient care

* Teamwork/Productivity

* Efficiency/Quality Control

* Innovations/Creativity

* Scores on lab inspections

Nominations for MLO's Medical Laboratory of the Year 2004 award are being accepted online at There, you will find the nomination form, along with these criteria for measuring departmental achievements in a format that you can easily complete and submit electronically. A panel of judges selected from MLO's Editorial Advisory Board will review all submissions to select the winner and runners-up.

At the time of their notification, winning laboratories will be asked to submit photographs according to an electronic standards/format, which are also posted on MLO's website.
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Title Annotation:ML 2004
Publication:Medical Laboratory Observer
Date:Dec 1, 2003
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