Medical Technologist Salaries in Ohio

The Ohio medical technologist salary will vary based on components like location, skill level, supervisory level, specialty areas and educational qualifications. Currently, the average salary for a medical technologist in Ohio is declared to be $50,000 by the Bureau of Labor and Statistics. Keep in mind that this salary level includes all types of medical technologists in Ohio, from entry level to supervisory in a specialty area.

Below is a list of some of the larger cities in Ohio as well as the average salaries of medical technologists in these cities.

  • Columbus: $45,000
  • Cleveland: $45,000
  • Cincinnati: $45,000
  • Toledo: $45,000
  • Akron: $36,000
  • Dayton: $45,000

Ohio has medical facilities scattered throughout the state. Many of the larger hospitals do the lab work in their own facilities rather than sending them out for processing. Below is a list of some of the larger hospitals located in Ohio. This list was created to give potential medical technologists an idea of where their services may be needed.

  • Mount Carmel West
  • Mercy Saint Vincent Medical Center
  • Mercy Medical Center
  • Flower Hospital
  • Fairview Hospital
  • Christ Hospital
  • EMH Regional Medical Center
  • Aultman Hospital
  • Bethesda North Hospital
  • Akron City Hospital
  • Akron General Medical Center

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