Kwabena Boateng

Kwabena Boateng

Current: Medical Laboratory Technologist (Toronto General Hospital/Princess Margeret Hospital)

Education: University of Ontario Institute of Technology, Oshawa, Ontario  2005-2009 - Chemical Laboratory Technologist (Humber College) and Medical Laboratory Science (U.O.I.T), MBA (in progress)

• Professional Experience: Toronto General Hospital & Princess Margaret Hospital , Toronto, Ontario 2009-Present Medical Laboratory Technologist (Haematology) o Operation of Major Haematology Analyzer and interpretation of patient lab results with respect to departmental Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) and Policies. o Trained and mentored three students who are currently full time employee at Toronto General Hospital o Oversaw SOP, binders, pipette and instrument preparation for Accreditation purpose where the laboratory achieved 96% compliance level from previous 90% level o Led the planning and execution of 2012 National Medical Laboratory Week to achieve highest turn-out in event history o Received “You Make A Difference” recognition for leadership skills demonstrated throughout 2012 National Medical Laboratory Week. o Promoted to Laboratory Medicine Program Haematology Quality team for applying Lean Six Sigma methodologies to help see improvement in Laboratory Turn-Around-Times o Championed implementation of digital slide morphology (Cellavision) from manual slide morphology re reduce Turn Around Time(TAT) Committees involved at work: o Laboratory Medicine Program Professional Development Committee o Laboratory Medicine Program Quality Management Team (Haematology) o Ontario Public Sector Employee Union Labour Management Committee o Ontario Public Sector Employee Union Stewart Education: University of Ontario Institute of Technology, Oshawa, Ontario 2005-2009 o Bachelor of Health Science--Medical Laboratory Science (Honour) o Graduated with a “Distinction” o President’s Honour List (2006,2007) o Dean’s Honour List (2008) o Founding member and Treasurer, Med Lab United Foundation (MLU) o Student organization that helped bring awareness to Medical Lab Science o Treasurer, National Society of Black Engineers (Student Chapter) 2006-2008 Humber College Institute of Technology and Applied Learning, Toronto, Ontario 2001-2004 o Diploma, Chemical Laboratory Technology o Maintained Aiming for Top Tuition Scholarship Award from high school for three years (duration of program) o Honour Roll Student (2002, 2003) Certified Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt-BITSPEC o Certificate --Courage to Lead (Human Resource Led Course at Toronto General Hospital (October-November 2011) Personal: International Volunteering Experience: Korlebu-Teaching Hospital (Ghana, West Africa) June 2008-August 2008 o Engaged employees and managers with Safety and Quality guidelines to improve patient care (presentation) Local Volunteering Experience: Founder of Health Science United Foundation (2010) o Registered Non-Profit organization helping donate laboratory equipments and scholarship funds to labs and schools in Ghana o Accomplishments: o Donated laboratory supplies to Korlebu-Teaching Hospital (June 2012) o Awarded four students with scholarship founds in Bonwire M/A Junior Secondary School (January 2013) Volunteered at Toronto General Hospital (2009) o Data entry, filling lab results, bookkeeping etc (landed a job through volunteering program) Professional Associations Affiliated with o Current Registration with the College of Medical Laboratory Technologists of Ontario (CMTLO) with good standing o Current Registration with Canadian Society of Medical Laboratory Science (CSMLS) with good standing o Current Registration with American Society of Clinical Pathologist (ASCP) with good standing References Available Upon Request

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