Phlebotomy Training In Florida
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|Cambridge Institute of Allied Health & Tech|
|Program:||Phlebotomy Technician Training|
|Location:||(Orlando Area) 460 East Altamonte Dr.
Altamonte Springs, FL 32701
Designed for phlebotomists-to-be in the Orlando area, this phlebotomy training course offers complete training for professionals who wish to delve into the medical field. The program takes less than 3 months, including hands-on clinical externships, and students will be eligible to take the national certification exam after graduating.
Those who pass the national certification exam will be capable of working as new phlebotomists anywhere in the nation, including medical clinics, outpatient care centers, hospital emergency rooms, and nursing homes.
The Orlando Phlebotomy Technician Training Program prepares phlebotomists to work directly with patients of every age, mental state, and temperament. Students will learn how to check glucose levels, draw blood, process bloodwork, organize patient health files, and report results to medical personnel via professional medical terminology.
For the convenience of busier students, this phlebotomy training course offers evening classes, allowing students to plan their schedules accordingly while still meeting classroom and lab requirements.
|Express Training Services|
|Location:||3911 Newberry Rd Suite B
Gainesville FL 32607
For students seeking a professional entry-level program for the medical field, this phlebotomy training course is an ideal, accommodating program. However, instead of attending for a few hours and becoming certified, applicants who wish to be students must either have a current medical certification, have a current medical licensure, or be currently enrolled in a training program or school where this certification will better their knowledge of the medical profession.
Considered workshops, these phlebotomy training courses consist of an 8-hour program for those seeking to supplement their careers, and an 80-hour program for those seeking to take the national phlebotomy certification exam after graduating.
This collection of phlebotomy classes are introductions into phlebotomy. Students will learn about drawing blood, processing bloodwork, keeping well-organized documentation of patient health records, and puncture methods that are safe with minimal to no pain to the patient. There will also be a focus on interpersonal communication skills, as phlebotomists tend to a wide variety of patients.
|North Florida Medical Institute|
|Location:||8824 Arlington Expressway
Jacksonville, FL 32211
North Florida Medical Institute has designed a phlebotomy training program that both drives students into entry-level medical careers and allows current medical professionals to supplement their knowledge of clinical procedures. The instructors are trained medical technicians, assistants, and professional phlebotomists, bringing their 20-year expertise and experience to a classroom setting.
Students can expect classroom lectures on the basics of phlebotomy, as well as medical jargon, infection control, blood drawing techniques, and lab safety standards. They will also learn interpersonal skills for compassionate communication towards patients, and organizational skills for well-maintained health records and bloodwork documents.
|Miami Dade College|
|Program:||Phlebotomy Technician Certificate Program|
|Location:||950 NW 20 Street
Miami, Fl 33127
Phlebotomists play major roles in the medical field. Their dedication and commitment helps to ease the minds of their patients, especially those with a fear of needles or having blood drawn. For this reason, this phlebotomy training program prepares phlebotomists-to-be with communication skills and interactive activities. Phlebotomists are required to remain compassionate, calm, and comforting throughout their position, as exuding calm and comfort will lead to cooperative, comfortable patients.
This phlebotomy training program is a one semester course that requires 165 contact hours of hands-on practice, classroom lecture, and clinical experience. To gain entry into this course, prospective students must complete a Test of Adult Basic Education. However, while passing grades are kept on record, successful completion of this test does not immediately guarantee admission for a specific semester.
Students who are admitted to this phlebotomy training program will learn basic phlebotomy techniques, as well as infection control, lab safety standards, anatomy and physiology, and medical jargon.
|Location:||1900 North Alafaya Trail, Suite 100
Orlando, FL 32826
Located in the heart of Orlando, Med Tech offers a career-bolstering phlebotomy training program for those either seeking an entry-level medical position, or supplementing their current medical career. This short-term course packs basic phlebotomy and interpersonal communication skills into a single month, with an accommodating weekend or evening schedule for students with busy weekdays or mornings.
Since this is a fast-paced course, students are expected to maintain excellent attendance, as well as prove and demonstrate their knowledge of what they learned after the course has finished. Completion of this course will lead to eligibility for national certification, which in turns leads to a graduate becoming a full-fledge phlebotomist.
Students can expect to learn the phlebotomy basics, such as capillary collection, venipuncture, and finger punctures, as well as communication skills to handle patients of varying ages, moods, and mental states. Graduates will be capable of working in clinics, outpatient care centers, and other reputable medical facilities.
|Erwin Technical Center|
|Location:||2010 East Hillsborough Ave
Tampa, FL 33610
Designed to assist current medical students or those in an established medical career, this phlebotomy training program is a supplemental course that teaches the fundamentals of interpersonal communication with patients, and the basics of phlebotomy. Prior medical experience, or current medical practice, is required.
The curriculum includes explanations on lab safety standards, anatomy in phlebotomy, blood withdrawal, venipuncture, finger puncture, and capillary collections.
Instead of testing phlebotomy techniques on fellow students and volunteers, phlebotomists-to-be have access to a prosthetic, adult simulated arm. This teaches students how to properly, safely extricate blood, while putting their knowledge of phlebotomy to the test.
Reviewed on July 30, 2015