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Phlebotomy Technician

Phlebotomy

Next Course starts January 7, 2021

Our phlebotomy course curriculum meets the NHA certification guidelines and it allows you to be more marketable in obtaining a career in the phlebotomy healthcare industry. This Course meets 1 Day per week for 9 Weeks.  

Phlebotomy Technician

About the Program

At Medical Career Academy, we have carefully developed our Phlebotomy Course curriculum by combining professional, certified, instructors with a wealth of clinical experience. We have strictly followed the guidelines that have been set forth by the National Healthcareer Association and The American Heart Association to ensure our students get the best education available.

The Curriculum

Phlebotomy Certification - Medical Career Academy
Medical Career Phlebotomy Tech

Our Classroom Experience

Our Students will enjoy a multi-faceted exposure to phlebotomy, both in theory hours and in lab skill classes. You will be able to handle real, exact phlebotomy equipment and supplies during each lab skill session. You will learn the best techniques and procedures as you practice with, both, fellow students and with lab assimilation equipment.

 

Reasons Why You Should Become a Phlebotomist

The best reason is Phlebotomy has a very high job demand. As a phlebotomist you can work in many different fields like: dialysis, blood banking, plasma centers, hospitals, private labs, Dr. offices, medical centers, insurance companies and even urgent care centers!

A Phlebotomist is usually the first person you will see in a medical situation after the MD or Nurse. The collection of blood is the first step in the journey to a patient’s diagnosis. It is an essential part of the medical process and an essential skill to possess. Doctors rely very heavily on phlebotomy to provide valuable clues to the right diagnoses.

As a Phlebotomist, you will be considered essential to proper patient care and diagnoses.

Becoming a Phlebotomist is a pathway to become a valuable member of any medical team.

Some Career Stats:

The average annual salary for a phlebotomist in 2019 was $36,480, and the projected growth for this field is 23 percent, with 29,500 new jobs to be filled through 2029, which is much faster than the average growth rate for all jobs.

Learn more career statistics about the benefits of becoming a phlebotomist here:
Bureau of Labor Statistics

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