Break into the healthcare industry. Ultimate Medical Academy’s Phlebotomy Technician program can train you for an entry-level position or add this important skill to your existing healthcare training in as little as 9 weeks. Our focused, hands-on Phlebotomy Tech Training program can turn you into a job-ready professional with the skills employers are looking for.
Phlebotomy Technicians are an important part of the healthcare team
Phlebotomy Technicians specialize in drawing blood for analysis. You will be responsible for making patients comfortable, addressing anxiety, and safely collecting samples while causing patients minimal discomfort. As the demand for healthcare grows, phlebotomy technicians will become even more important to hospitals, doctors’ offices, clinics and laboratories.
Train for a career as a Phlebotomy Technician in as few as 9 weeks
UMA can train you for a career in phlebotomy with a hands-on, focused program that combines classroom and laboratory work. You’ll learn how to work with standard phlebotomy equipment, draw blood, follow safety procedures, and have access to an assigned healthcare facility for a real-world clinical externship with actual patients.
Upon graduation, you’ll receive a diploma and be ready to sit for the American Medical Technologists phlebotomy certification exam. UMA offers additional test preparation classes to ensure that students are prepared. In the period leading up to graduation, our Career Services department will work with you to find job opportunities that fit your skills and goals, either at your externship location or with one of our many partners in the healthcare field.
Phlebotomy Technician Course List:
- Introduction to Allied Health
- Aseptic Concepts and Infection Control
- HIV/AIDS Core Training
- CPR and First Aid for Healthcare Providers
- Anatomy and Physiology of the Circulatory System
- Basic Equipment Operation
- Clinical Techniques
- Employment Skills and Externship Operation
Looking for more information about UMA's Florida Phlebotomy Technician Diploma? Contact UMA today!
As one of the largest industries in 2008, healthcare provided 14.3 million jobs according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
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