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Careers & Alumni

What do Medical Technologists do?
Medical Technologists analyze body fluids, tissues and other substances, use microscopes, cultures, complex laboratory equipment, and evaluate test results. They work in clean, well-lit hospital settings, research labs, clinics, or physician's offices.  It is not unusual to have rotating shifts or to be on call. Infectious specimens may require the use of protective gloves and goggles.

Is This a Career for me?
Medical Technologists need good analytical skills and the ability to work well under pressure. Much of the testing today is automated and good computer skills are also important. Critical thinking and problem solving skills are a must.

Allied Health

Medical Fields

"Promise of Success" - Graduates of Allied Health programs at Keystone College have been accepted into bachelor degree programs at Florida Gulf Coast University, Keiser University, Marywood University, Milikan University, Misericordia University, Penn State University, Robert Marris University, SUNY Upstate Medical, Thomas Jefferson University, the University of Scranton, and William Patterson.

Keystone graduates of the Allied Health Program have been hired by Allied Services, CMC Hopsital, Gentex, Moses Taylor Hospital, St. Joseph's Center, and Tyler Memorial Hospital.

The Keystone College Promise

A pledge to first-time, full-time students in good academic, financial, and social standing.

Keystone College asserts that within six months after graduating from Keystone and fulfilling the requirements of the Career Development Center, you will have received at least one job offer, or where appropriate, be accepted into a transfer or graduate program. In the event this does not occur, we will provide you with additional courses and career counseling at no additional charge.