Phlebotomy Technician Program
IDTC Career Centers Phlebotomy Technician program consists of multiple courses to help you gain the knowledge and skills relevant to the medical field in 6-Weeks or less
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What is a Phlebotomy Technician?
Phlebotomist's draw and prepare blood for medical testing, transfusions or donations. Phlebotomist's are trained to collect blood via venipuncture, finger pricks, or in case of infants, heel pricks. Phlebotomist's typically work in hospitals, clinics, outpatient care facilities, diagnostic laboratories and blood donation centers.
As a phlebotomist, you will be the one who draws blood from patients, collects a variety of other specimen sample as well as label the blood vials that you have filled. Phlebotomist's will also be responsible for bringing all blood and specimen samples to the laboratory either in the hospital you are working in or locally in the area.
Most phlebotomist work full time in a hospital/clinic setting. Those who are employed in private practices scheduled may range due to their work shift.
Taking your phlebotomy career to the next level:
Become of how quick you can obtain certification, becoming a phlebotomist gets your foot in the door and exposes you to a variety of other potential healthcare careers.
For this reason, phlebotomist may choose to further their education and move on to careers as medical assistant, surgical technologist, diagnostic technologists, and more. The experience you'll obtain as a phlebotomist helps improve your ability to find a well-paying position in your new field.
Steps to Enroll - Phlebotomy Technician Program:
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