As a Cytotechnologist you will: Serves as cytotechnologist in the Anatomical Pathology Service with the responsibility of performing a full range of cytological procedures and consultative services for physicians, remote clinics, and small laboratories that include the cytodiagnosis of benign and malignant conditions as seen in sputum, respiratory, gastrointestinal and urinary tract washing and brushing, urine, body fluids and cerebrospinal fluid; uterine, cervical and vaginal smears; needle aspirations, tumors and tissue imprints. The cytotechnologist will identify all unusual findings, independent of a physicians (pathologists) interpretation, within the sample preparations such as the presence of bacteria, fungi, viruses, yeast, parasites and changes secondary to therapy, nutritional disorders, etc. The results of the work are used as a reference for continued patient screening, clinical diagnosis, therapeutic decision and monitoring. Serves as a technical consultant and advisor to the Laboratory Manager, Dwight D. Eisenhower Army Medical Center and outlying health clinic personnel, both military and civilian, regarding policies, procedures and practices related to Cytopathology. May also function as alternated Anatomic Pathology Laboratory Information System (aka APLIS, or COPATH Plus ) Manager.