$65,082 – $81,644

Role in Manitoba’s Health System

Medical laboratory technologists (MLTs) assist clinicians with the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of disease. They are responsible for collecting, preparing, and analyzing blood, body fluids and tissue samples and interpreting test results.

Medical laboratory technologists work across the laboratory in different specialty areas, including clinical biochemistry, clinical microbiology, hematology, genomics, immunology, anatomical pathology, and transfusion medicine.

Career opportunities exist across Manitoba in both rural and urban settings. Visit the current opportunities page to view job postings or fill out this form to connect with a recruiter.

To learn more about becoming a medical laboratory technologist, visit the prospective students page.

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