International medical technologist

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Medical Technologist Jobs

O’Grady Peyton is your go-to international healthcare staffing agency for medical technologist jobs in the U.S. Our experienced staff can help with information, relocation assistance, testing requirements, and other important information clinicians from all regions of the world will need to create the ultimate journey to America.

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We’ll Help You Get to the U.S.

Your Partner for Overseas Medical Technologist Jobs

At O’Grady Peyton, we connect qualified clinicians from regions around the world with medical technologist jobs in hospitals, clinics, private practice, and other facility types in great locations across the United States.

  • Experienced recruiters who help you with testing requirements and certifications
  • Day one medical, dental, and vision insurance when you start your assignment
  • Relocation assistance, temporary hotel accommodations (if necessary), housing setup, and more.
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What You’ll Need to Work as a Medical Technologist in the U.S.

If you’re looking for medical technologist jobs in America, you probably already have a lot of the qualifications you’ll need to make the journey, including:

  • Education: Bachelor’s Degree in Medical Technology
  • Certification: Preferred but not always necessary
  • Experience: At least one year in a healthcare setting or private lab
  • Testing: Passing scores on ASPCi, English language test preferred
  • Ready to Start: In as little as 6 months

Sample Duties for Medical Technologists in the United States

As a medical technologist in America, your duties probably won’t change much from what you already experience in your country of origin. You may learn new processes for charting patient records and U.S. rules, regulations, and standards that apply to medical technologists, but your duties won’t change much from what you’re used to.

Laboratory Procedures

Medical technologists collect blood, tissue, and body fluids for analysis.

Organizational Skills

Label and organize tests to guarantee all protocols are followed.

Analyze Specimens

Perform routine analysis and study biological samples to locate and diagnose certain illnesses.


Work with fellow medical technologists to expedite results and collaborate on new tasks as needed.

Why O’Grady Peyton International?

If you’re afraid to try working as a med tech in the U.S, let O’Grady Peyton help you every step of the way.

  • Layers of support:Your own knowledgeable recruiter and personal point of contact will help you succeed.
  • Great opportunities: We’ve placed international nurses in locations across the country for decades, so our medical technologists have similar opportunities.
  • Dedicated to your career growth: We support your desire to advance your career, proudly providing FREE continuing education.
  • Industry-leading benefits: Benefits include competitive salaries, insurance, 401(k) matching, help with certifications, testing, and more.