Phlebotomy Training In California
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|Clinical Training Institute|
|Program:||Phlebotomy Technician Program|
|Location:||1731 Hasti Acres Dr. Ste. B-4
Bakersfield, CA 93309
Becoming a Phlebotomy Technicians requires extensive learning and studying, hands-on clinical experience, and a genuine caring attitude towards patients. This phlebotomy training program strives to grant students the knowledge they need to succeed in this growing medical field, but compassion for patients comes from knowing how to be soothing towards patient with anxieties and fears of needles or having blood drawn.
Students in this phlebotomy training program will learn the basics of phlebotomy, such as skin punctures, venipunctures, safe specimen collection, transportation, and processing, and patient calming techniques. Graduates of this program will be able to pursue phlebotomy positions on a state level by completing this program, plus 40 hours of clinical training, as well as pass a written exam approved by the California Department of Health Services.
Graduates who wish to pursue phlebotomy on a national scale must do all of the above for state approval, plus a few extra hours of clinical training as proof of phlebotomy knowledge, comprehension, and expertise.
|Butte County Regional Occupational Program|
|Location:||2491 Carmichael Drive Suite 200
Chico, CA 95928
This phlebotomy training program has been approved by the State of California as a required course for those seeking employment as a phlebotomist. Upon completion of this training program, graduates will be able to take the national certification exam to become a Phlebotomy Technician, capable of pursuing a career in a medical clinics, doctor office, hospital emergency room, outpatient care center, or mobile blood drives.
Handcrafted to prepare students for their careers as phlebotomists, this phlebotomy training program teaches in-class students how to drawn blood, transport and process specimens, and interact with patients who vary in mood and temperament. Students will also learn the age-specific patient needs of elders, children, adults, and infants. The aim of a phlebotomist should be making each patient comfortable, while working efficiently and quickly to draw the necessary samples.
Students are required to complete an addition 40 to 80 hours of practical training in a lab environment, where they will draw 10 skin punctures, 50 venipunctures, and learn about drawing arterial samples.
|California Institute of Medical Science|
|Location:||1901 E. Shields, Ste. B-118
Phlebotomists-to-be in the CIMS phlebotomy training program will learn the essential and crucial elements of phlebotomy, such as drawing blood, soothing anxious patients, transporting specimens, and adhering to strict safety procedures. Students will also learn about phlebotomy equipment and medical terminology, giving them the ability to work together with other professional medical staff.
This phlebotomy training program lasts for 200 hours, or 10.5 weeks, and students can work in shifts during their 104 hours of externships at approved labs. 94 of those 200 hours must be spent in an on-campus lab for classroom learning and phlebotomy training by well-trained medical experts.
The CIMS training program has two levels of training that students can opt for – Certified Phlebotomy Technician I or Certified Phlebotomy Technician II. The responsibilities vary for each position, as the level II technician will learn about drawing arterial samples, as well as how to perform venipunctures and skin punctures.
|UCLA Center For Prehospital Care|
|Location:||10990 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 1450
Los Angeles, CA 90024
Capable of seeking careers in medical clinics, mobile blood drives, outpatient healthcare centers, and hospital labs, phlebotomists are responsible for drawing blood and other specimens for patient health records and tests. They are also responsible for putting these patients at ease, using compassionate communication techniques to soothe concerns about needles, pain, or having blood drawn.
This particular phlebotomy training program runs for 8 weeks on accommodating schedules that students can plan around the business of their everyday lives. Students will be required to participate in didactic lectures, interactive presentations, hands-on training sessions, and practice sessions with fellow classmates and volunteers.
The clinical phase of this training program is rotated through UCLA hospitals and approved labs and medical clinics. Considered an externship, students will be trained one-on-one with expert phlebotomists, helping to draw blood from real patients in real clinical and medical environments. Graduates will have the opportunity to advance to full-fledged phlebotomists after passing the national certification exam.
|American Harbor College|
|Location:||2445 W. Chapman Ave, #260
Orange, CA 92868
The AHC Phlebotomy Technician program focuses on hands-on training to teach you the skills needed to become an entry-level phlebotomy technician.
This program is approved by the California Department of Public Health Laboratory Field Services. Particiapnts must pass the National Certification Exam and apply to the CDPHLFS to be eligible for the California license.
The course consists of 80 hours and is typically completed in a 4 week time. A High School diploma or GED is required.
|Program:||Phlebotomist Certification Program|
|Location:||5221 Madison Avenue
Sacramento, CA 95841 USA
For those seeking to advance in a career as a medical assistant, or for those researching a steadfast career as a phlebotomist, the Sacramento Phlebotomist Certification Program offers fast-paced learning for all manners of ambitious medical students. This program teaches entry-level students how to draw blood with minimal to no pain to the patient, process and transport specimens, keep well-organized patient health documents, and interact with doctors and nurses on a professional, expert level.
Unfortunately, due to the limited number of approved labs in the area who accept externships, not all phlebotomy applicants will be accepted. However, those who are can expect to complete a 40-hour externship before proceeding to the national certification exam. For students enrolling in the Phlebotomy Only Program, requirements include a diploma in medical assistance, or a minimum of one year working in the medical assistance field.
After graduation, and passing the national certification exam, new phlebotomists will be able to work in hospital labs, medical clinics, and outpatient care centers.
|San Diego Mesa College|
|Location:||7250 Mesa College Drive
San Diego, CA 92111
For those seeking to apply for certification as a Phlebotomy Technician level 1, the SDMC Basic Phlebotomy Program requires 4 hours of classroom learning and 1.5 hours of hands-on clinical experience in one of the on-campus labs. Students will go through basic training to learn the basic functions of phlebotomy, such as blood drawing through capillary punctures, and infection control.
Intended for students who are already enrolled in the Phlebotomy Training Program, this course offers additional training, as well as an awarded Certificate of Performance and Completion.
Reviewed on July 30, 2015