Program Goals & Faculty
The curriculum in Pima’s Medical Laboratory Technology program is designed to prepare graduates to pass the ASCP certification examination. The curriculum emphasizes a higher level of math, science, and critical reasoning skills for proficient formulation of oral and written communications.
The mission of the PCC Medical Laboratory Technician program is to produce well-balanced professionals who are ready to enter the clinical laboratory field as Medical Laboratory Technicians.
Goals of the MLT program:
- To provide the knowledge, skills and attitudes needed for clinical competence
- To help students develop the independent learning skills needed to grow in the profession
- To provide excellent teaching that will emphasize higher-level math and science, as well as critical reasoning skills for proficient formulation of oral and written communication
- To create student-centered partnerships with clinical affiliates
- Amee Rosales, M.Ed, MT (ASCP), Program director, Co-ops, Immunohematology, Phlebotomy, Body Fluids, Serology
- Ann Haber, MS, MT(ASCP), Faculty instructor, Hematology and Chemistry
- Elyse Gayda, BS MLT (ASCPcm) BB. Adjunct faculty, Blood Bank and Chemistry
- Shannon Koza, Med MT (ASCP) Adjunct faculty, Microbiology, Chemistry
- Jose Martinez, BS MLT (ASCPcm) Adjunct faculty, Urinalysis Chemistry
- Laurel Burnham, M(ASCPcm), MLT, Adjunct faculty, Microbiology, Parasitology, Mycology