To train qualified intermediate staff in terms of knowledge and experience, who can work in hospitals, other health institutions and laboratories.


Medical Laboratory Technicians carry out the tasks such as preparing the examination material coming to the laboratory for analysis, separating the emergency tests and ensuring that they are done first, keeping the analysis material that needs to be preserved, performing simple laboratory analyzes under the control of the laboratory chief and specialist, preparing standard solutions, culture media, dyes and anticoagulants according to their formulas. Placement of microorganism cultures required for experiments, analysis and tests,

preparation of samples from secretory fluids, cells, tissues and body organs, preparation of solution and culture media for analysis, performing the desired experiments, tests and analyzes by using laboratory equipment, observations, experiments, recording and reporting test and analysis findings, cleaning, disinfecting, autoclaving laboratory equipment, maintaining and maintaining materials and devices, keeping them ready for continuous use, taking samples at the patient bed for analysis.


In this program, technical personnel are trained in the functioning of the methods and devices used in clinical and other research laboratories, and in the conduct of analyzes. Graduates do not have the authority to work individually, but they have the opportunity to find a job in private or public health institutions.

Provided that they pass the Civil Servant exam and be appointed, they can work as technicians in State Hospitals, Health Centers, Family Health Units, Community Health Centers, University Hospitals and S.S.K Hospitals' Analysis laboratories and private sector hospitals, medical laboratories and polyclinics. They can also work in Biochemistry, Microbiology, Histology, Hematology, Serology, Pathology, Parasitology, Neurophysiology, Audiometry laboratories, IVF Centers and Blood Centers of public and private treatment institutions affiliated to the Ministry of Health. In addition, they can also work in the microbiology research units of pharmaceutical companies and the food industry