Classes for MEDICAL JOBS


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    Phlebotomy

    What is a Phlebotomy?

    Phlebotomist are medical professionals who is expert is phlebotomy, which is the art of taking blood usually for medical purposes. The primary responsibility of a phlebotomist is to extract blood from a patient, store blood samples determine the blood samples and to deliver blood samples to the Laboratory.


    Phlebotomist expand their career by obtaining additional certifications, continuing their education. Working in the medical field as a phlebotomist gives the advantage of a low cost certification and low cost training program, high chances of employment and good starting salary.


    Academic Requirements:


    -Must be High school graduate OR

    -Pass a general Education development test (GED) OR

    -Provide official transcripts showing credit for general education courses completed at an accredited college or university.


    Training Length:


    Full Phlebotomy program

    This program is 80 hours in total which consists of 20 hours basic didactic class, 20 hours advance didactic class and 40 hours clinical training that includes 50 venipunctures and 10 skin punctures and observation of arterial punctures.


    Advance Phlebotomy program

    This program is for applicant with  1040 hours or more  of work experience in a clinical setting in the last 5 years. This experience must include at least 50 venipunctures and 10 skin punctures and observation of arterial punctures. Applicants are required to submit a Letter of Phlebotomy Experience for California Certification signed by an MD, DO or CLB.  


    Contact us to get detailed information about the Program.