The William O. Green, Jr., M.D.
Medical Laboratory Science Program
A Medical Technologist/Medical Laboratory Scientist is a person trained to perform, with accuracy and precision, the collection and processing of specimens, and the performance of laboratory tests to ensure that physicians have accurate data on which to base a diagnosis. U.S. News & World Report states, "Once again, Medical Technologists and Medical Lab Scientists are top careers in 2011."
The mission of our program is to prepare qualified individuals to enter the profession of medical technology/medical laboratory science with the knowledge, skills, and attitudes necessary to achieve competence, and to demonstrate continued professionalism and growth throughout their careers. The curriculum will emphasize proficiency in the evaluation of clinical laboratory data in order to assess results and synthesize resolutions for both technical and non-technical issues. Through this experience, graduates will thus be prepared for future roles in clinical laboratory science, research, education, and administration.
For the past three years, the School of Medical Lab Science Program achieved 100 % graduation rate and 92% overall passing rate, for first time examinees, on the MLS ASCP BOC exam. Additionally, our MLS program had 100 % success in job placement.
All applicants are required to:
- Review the catalog in its entirety.
- Submit a completed application with fee made payable to “The Valley Hospital”.
- Submit a hand-written essay (see application).
- Submit an official copy of college transcript.
- Submit 3 letters of recommendation.
- Submit student signature page.
Application Deadline: October 15
Application Catalog and Forms:
Mail all correspondence/payments to:
The Valley Hospital
Linda Sherman-Atkins, Director of the MLS Program
Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine
223 North Van Dien Avenue
Ridgewood, NJ 07450
If you have any questions, please e-mail Linda Sherman-Atkins at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Note: If correspondence is not mailed to the address as printed above, it may not reach the office of the program by the specified deadline.