Why Choose Emory Healthcare's Medical Laboratory Science Program

EMORY HEALTHCARE — known the world over for its renowned teaching staff and progressive, state-of-the-art medical research — offers a one-year curriculum in Medical Laboratory Science that puts you on the leading edge of diagnostic testing.

The Emory Healthcare Medical Laboratory Science (MLS) program raises the bar for MLS education in the state. As one of the most prestigious medical teaching facilities in the Southeast, Emory provides the education and experience you’ll need to be successful after you graduate.

Dr. John Roback

John Roback, MD, PhD
Medical Director, Emory Healthcare Medical Laboratory Science Program
Associate Professor of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine,
Emory University School of Medicine

EHMT Program Directory: Kimberly Randolph
Kimberly Randolph, MS, MT (ASCP)
Program Director, Emory Healthcare Medical Laboratory Science Program

Learn From the Best

Pursuing your Medical Laboratory Science certificate at Emory Medical Laboratory puts you at the center of one of the leading health care systems in the U.S.

Emory Healthcare includes more than 4,000 physicians throughout The Emory Clinic, Emory University Hospital, Emory University Hospital Midtown, Emory University Orthopedic and Spine Hospital, Emory John's Creek Hospital, Emory St. Joseph Hospital, Wesley Woods (our geriatric specialty center and hospital).

As an Emory Healthcare student, you’ll rotate between three hospitals: Emory University Hospital (Decatur campus), Emory University Hospital Midtown and Emory University Orthopedic and Spine Hospital. This gives you the opportunity to experience a wider variety of diagnostic procedures performed by Emory Medical Laboratory.

A Top Faculty and Staff

The faculty of Emory Healthcare’s Medical Laboratory Science Program is comprised of world renowned pathologists who will expose you to a higher level of diagnostic and laboratory testing not readily available elsewhere. Our highly experienced technologists will provide you with the comprehensive hands-on clinical practice needed to succeed in laboratory medicine.