YourDirectTest.com ▶

Sutton adds to credentials in Molecular Genetic Pathology

The Medical Foundation’s Dr. Bobbie Sutton, a pathologist and Director of Molecular Pathology, has recently passed her Maintenance of Certification Part III examination in Molecular Genetic Pathology. This achievement fulfills the 10 year requirement for maintaining an accolade she earned years ago.

It all began in July of 2006, when The Medical Foundation sponsored her training at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center (OUHSC) where she completed a fellowship in Molecular Genetic Pathology.

At the time, The Foundation knew that molecular diagnostics was a rapidly expanding field and with so many changes on both the clinical and anatomic sides of pathology, they needed someone to take the reins and master the discipline.

More Info

S u
Join Us... Be Trained... Help Others!

Join Us... Be Trained... Help Others!

We seek candidates with a high school diploma or equivalent for most positions.  A STRONG interest in the medical field is desirable as well as the flexibility to be able to commit to the various work hours.  Those candidates with a strong work history, GREAT customer service skills and who are reliable are invited (and welcome!!) to apply.  We are excited to offer training in all aspects of many of our positions including, phlebotomy, donor/patient registration and screening.

More Info

Compliance Information regarding ICD-10

Compliance Information regarding ICD-10

As the healthcare industry transitions from ICD-9 diagnosis codes to the ICD-10 system, The Medical Foundation is working hard to ensure that we continue to provide patients and physicians with the consistent, reliable, quality medical care that we are committed to delivering.

As part of our compliance program we are required to submit accurate and complete diagnosis codes to third party payers and the diagnosis codes must be obtained directly from the test ordering physician or authorized provider. As of October 1st, 2015, ICD-9 codes on test orders will no longer be considered valid.

More Info