No other organization offers an opportunity for exploration and discovery like Barnes-Jewish Hospital. As a laboratory professional with Barnes-Jewish Hospital, you’ll have exposure to the most advanced testing protocols and processes in medical diagnostics, and one of St. Louis’ widest varieties of disciplines and specialties in laboratory careers.
Our full-service, 24/7 laboratory is known for its leading-edge technology and the most progressive clinical techniques in practice today. You'll be working with the best, in a supportive atmosphere that will encourage your growth and advancement. Plus, you'll have opportunities to share your skills and knowledge by participating in clinical trials and research in conjunction with leading organizations such as the Washington University School of Medicine.
Our staff of 400 performs over 5.5 million procedures annually in seven main laboratory sections, each with its own specialty area. Jobs are available in:
Encompasses traditional hematology, coagulation, urinalysis, flow cytometry, immunology, and molecular diagnostics.
Includes general and special chemistry, as well as toxicology and point of care testing.
Includes bacteriology, parasitology, mycology, and mycobacteriology with DNA probe and susceptibility testing.
- Transfusion Medicine
Uses the very latest in gel technology. The pheresis section provides whole blood collection for autologous donations, platelet pheresis, and stem cell collections. The staff also performs therapeutic procedures such as plasma and red cell exchanges.
Testing is performed using the most current technology available.
- Surgical Pathology
Includes histology, cytology, electron microscopy, immunohistochemistry, and bone histology. The staff participates in renal pathology services, assisting nephrologists with specimen collection and triage. Our Fine Needle Aspiration (FNA) service uses cytotechnologists to assist clinicians and pathologists at the patient collection site.
North Campus Laboratory (NCL)
Located in the Center for Advanced Medicine. Staff who want to enhance their hematology and chemistry skills enjoy the NCL’s core lab concept.