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Archibald Campbell, an experienced expert medical technologist is the Supervisory Medical Technologist at MEDLAB LTD. He has more than 21 years of experience in this field. Prior to working at MEDLAB, Mr. Campbell worked as a Senior Medical Technologist at the National Public Health Laboratory in Jamaica where he spent 7 years. Mr. Campbell completed his education and training in medical technology at the University of Technology, Jamaica in 2001. He is currently the Public Relations Officer in his professional group, the Caribbean Association of Medical Technologists (CASMET) Cayman Islands Branch. He was also awarded CASMET’s Medical Laboratory Professional of the year 2014. Mr. Campbell currently leads his team in volunteering and assisting the Cancer Society in their annual prostate cancer screening. He is licensed with CPAM/Cayman Islands.



Orville Allen is a graduate of UTECH (formerly CAST) where he completed the Medical Technology program. He has approximately 28 years of service spanning from Jamaica where he worked both privately and in Government at UHWI and Caledonia Medlab (Biomedical), Turks and Caicos, and now in the Cayman Islands.

He is a dedicated person who aims to achieve all things that will foster self-development. He embraces challenges and sees them as opportunities to excel. He is an intrinsically motivated and calculated individual who aspires to garner as much experience that will enhance his competence and holistic development.  He is always willing to go beyond the call of duty to ensure patient satisfaction. He is licensed with CPAM/Cayman Islands. 



Sashoy is a proficient and passionate Medical Laboratory Technologist selflessly serving thousands of clients for over 17 years. She acquired her B.Sc. in Medical Technology from Northern Caribbean University, Jamaica W.I. in 2004 and since then has been an advocate for the profession and a stickler for detail. 

Sashoy has a pleasant personality and takes joy in her work. As a result of her dedication to her profession, Sashoy was awarded the Cayman Islands Laboratory Professional of the Year 2018 within the Laboratory Professional Body, Caribbean Association of Medical Technologists also known as CASMET-Cayman Islands Branch. She was further awarded the Caribbean Region Laboratory Professional of the Year award for 2018-2020 through CASMET. She serves as the Chairperson for the CASMET-Cayman Islands branch 2020-2022. She is cognizant of the invaluable role laboratory professionals play in service to Physicians and patients. She is Licensed with CPAM/Cayman Islands.   

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