As to what a Medical Historian is, I don't really know. This is what Biolife says is the job of a Medical Historian. I'm not sure what it all means.
1) Comply with federal, state, local and company-specific regulations related to quality of product, employee and donor safety and to the proper performance of day-to-day activities.
2) Committed to meet customer service expectations, greeting donors as they enter and exit the building.
3) Answer phones within reasonable timeframe
4) Take and record donor pulse, blood pressure, and temperature measures and conduct medical history questionnaire
5) Take and record other donor measures to include weight, hematocrit, and total protein
6) Check all equipment used in the medical history area
7) Enter donor information into the Donor Information System (DIS) (where applicable)
8) Assemble charts/collection containers for donor floor.
9) Coordinate donors to donor floor and compensate donors at Outgoing Coordinator.
10) Respond to donor reactions
11) Maintains complete and accurate records, in accordance with cGMP.
12) Other duties and responsibilities as assigned.
13) Ensure general cleanliness of work area, donor waiting area and assist other work areas, as
needed, to ensure a clean and professional environment.
14) Attend monthly staff meetings.
15) Maintain orderly filing system, purging records as needed.