CAMLT

CAMLT’s lobbying efforts preserve and enhance California clinical laboratory professional’s careers, higher salaries and benefits. This representation is also for the benefit of patients within California.

Advocacy

CAMLT is the only association representing clinical laboratory professionals that directly funds a lobbying firm to be the voice for California clinical laboratory professionals before the California state legislature and government.

Memberships

CAMLT provides low cost memberships with exceptional value!

Focus

CAMLT's directly funded lobbyist specifically focuses on protecting the value of licensure and high laboratory personnel standards in California – ensuring better patient care, career integrity, earning power and job security.

Continuing Education

CAMLT provides low cost continuing education with content tailored to California laboratory professionals and live licensing exam preparation classes.

Grants & Scholarships

CAMLT provides grants and scholarships specifically for clinical laboratory scientists, medical laboratory technicians and phlebotomists working in the State of California.

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Who has your back? Since 1939, CAMLT has supported California laboratory professionals, please click here to join CAMLT and help us continue the fight!

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CAMLT Executive Office Address:
39656 Mission Blvd.
Fremont, California 94539

Email: office@camlt.org

Telephone: 510.792.4441
Fax: 510.792.3045

Office Hours:
Mon – Fri: 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
excluding holidays
Sat & Sun: Office Closed