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Medical technologist

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Medical technologist

A medical technologist is an allied health professional who exercises technical and scientific functions in medical laboratories. In some countries, medical technologists may be called Biomedical scientists, Medical Laboratory Scientists or Clinical Laboratory Scientists.[1]


  • Variations by Country 1
    • Philippines 1.1
    • South Africa 1.2
    • Sudan 1.3
    • United Kingdom 1.4
    • United States 1.5
  • See also 2
  • References 3

Variations by Country

Several countries provide information for medical technologists:


South Africa


United Kingdom

United States

See also


  1. ^ [1]BLS

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