One thing you need to be aware of when pursuing your Medical Assistant, Phlebotomy, or EKG Technician education is the appropriate terminology for the credential you will achieve. After completing one of these programs you will receive a certificate not a licensed. There is a difference between certification and license. It is important to be familiar with these terms so you are aware of the credential you will receive at the end of completion. You also want to utilize the appropriate terminology to ensure you do not lose credibility in the profession!
So you have decided to go back to Phlebotomy School!?!? Congratulations on your decision to begin a new career and start something new! You may have many questions as you set in motion your search for a Phlebotomy program. You may be wondering how much does the program cost? How long is the program? What days and hours do you meet? What book to purchase etc…. One of the very important things to ask as a potential Phlebotomy student is if the program is accredited.