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Phlebotomy Technician


Phlebotomy technicians play an important role in hospitals, diagnostic laboratories, and blood donation facilities. It's an exceptionally exciting moment to start a career in this growing area, as new types of tests are produced, and laboratory tech opportunities rise. Phlebotomy is performed primarily for diagnosis and monitoring treatment of patients’ diseases and conditions. To be successful in Phlebotomy requires a combination of highly skilled technique, knowledge of the current healthcare environment, and a sympathetic approach to patients of all ages and of various medical conditions. 


What we do:

  • Drawing blood from patients and blood donors

  • Evaluating patients' ability to withstand the procedure and helping them feel comfortable

  • Explaining blood-drawing procedure to patients and answering questions

  • Performing basic point-of-care testing, such as reading blood glucose levels

  • Preparing blood, urine, and other specimens for testing

  • Maintaining medical equipment such as needles, test tubes and blood vials

The approximate time required to complete this program is 10 weeks. Upon successful completion of the program, the student will receive a Certificate of Completion.

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