What is CAMLT?

The California Association for Medical Laboratory Technology is a non-profit statewide professional association for Clinical Laboratory Scientists, Medical Laboratory Technicians and Phlebotomists in California. Make CAMLT your choice for Continuing Education and Professional Networking.

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Executive Office Address
39656 Mission Blvd.
Fremont, California 94539
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Telephone: 510.792.4441
Fax: 510.792.3045

Office Hours
Monday – Thursday: 7 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Friday – Sunday: Office Closed

 

 

 

  1. CAMLT Opposes AB 1774 (Bonilla): Repeals Laboratory Licensing Laws

    This bill repeals the requirements for a clinical laboratory to be licensed or registered by LFS, including the licensing fee. In cases where the state law is more stringent than federal law, there must be infrastructure to support that stringency.  If lab facilities are not licensed by the state, neither...
  2. New DL Course Available On-Line!

    CAMLT is pleased to announce the revision of the popular course, DL-978 – An Overview of the Immune System, Part One, authored by Associate Professor Crabb Breen, PhD, of UCLA’s  Norman Cousins Center for Psychoneuroimmunology at David Geffen School of Medicine.  Link to course.
  3. Time to Celebrate National Medical Laboratory Professionals Week

    Celebrate the contributions to healthcare that medical laboratory professionals make every day.  We are the Pathologists, Clinical Laboratory Bioanalysts, Clinical Laboratory Scientists, Medical Laboratory Technicians, Certified Phlebotomy Technicians, and Laboratory Assistants.  We perform laboratory tests which aids in the diagnosis and treatment of disease and assessment of general health.  Laboratory...
  4. Zika mystery deepens with evidence of nerve cell infections

    Top Zika investigators now believe that the birth defect microcephaly and the paralyzing Guillain-Barre syndrome may be just the most obvious maladies caused by the mosquito-borne virus. Fueling that suspicion are recent discoveries of serious brain and spinal cord infections – including encephalitis, meningitis and myelitis – in people exposed...