Phlebotomy Training In Maine
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|Central Maine Community College|
|Program:||Intro To Phlebotomy|
|Location:||1250 Turner Street
Auburn, Maine 04210
Divided into multiple sections, the CMCC Phlebotomy Training Program assists students in developing their knowledge of phlebotomy, in preparation of the national phlebotomy certification exam. Students are expected, upon course completion, to demonstrate a keen understanding of venipuncture, bloodwork processing, specimen collection, adherence to proper health and safety guidelines, and interpersonal skills beneficial to a patient/technician relationship.
Students of this phlebotomy training course will also learn how to handle clerical responsibilities, such as record-keeping of patient health histories and upkeep of up-to-date bloodwork diagnostics. Upon completion of this program, students could qualify for an externship in multiple medical facilities. Or, confident graduates are welcome to take the national phlebotomy certification exam to become official phlebotomists.
|Northeast Technical Institute|
|Program:||Phlebotomy/EKG Technician Prorgam|
|Location:||1010 Stillwater Ave
Bangor, ME 04401
NTI gives prospective students the opportunities and knowledge needed to become a trained, well-versed phlebotomist in 8 weeks. Spread over several classes, this phlebotomy training program places emphasis on the basic functions of the vascular system, basic phlebotomy, and interpersonal communication between patients and technicians. Students are taught how to draw blood, quickly and safely with minimal to no pain, on patients varying in age, mood, and mental state.
Throughout this phlebotomy training course, students will learn about and perform venipuncture by butterfly, vacutainer, and syringe methods. To graduate, students must demonstrate their new learned phlebotomy skills before they are invited to take the national phlebotomy certification exam.
|Kennebec Valley Community College|
|Location:||92 Western Avenue
Fairfield, Maine 04937
Phlebotomists are hailed as some of the most important healthcare professionals in the medical field, as their efforts and hard work produce diagnostics and results for doctors, nurses, and fellow healthcare professionals. These individuals are well-versed and well-trained in the basics of phlebotomy, and their responsibilities go beyond drawing blood, processing bloodwork, and keeping patient records.
Offered by Kennebec Valley Community College, this Phlebotomy Training Course has been approved to meet the requirements of the American Society for Clinical Pathology. Those who complete this program will be capable of sitting for their national phlebotomy certification exam. To graduate from this course, students must complete fifteen weeks of rotational, clinical, hands-on practice where they will perform 25 successful skin punctures, full-service lab studies, and 100 successful venipunctures.
|Helping Hands Trade School|
|Location:||PO Box 93
Waterville, Maine 04903
Inclusive of instruction on basic phlebotomy, this 150-hour course from the Helping Hand Trade School serves to give students a proverbial leg-up on pursuing their medical careers. Prospective phlebotomists will be taught how to develop their natural sense of interpersonal communication and compassion, making it easier to form a connection with patients who might be scared, anxious, or nervous. Phlebotomists-to-be will also learn about infection control, safety procedures, venipuncture, basic anatomy and physiology, and the entire vascular system.
Divided into portions, this phlebotomy training program begins with classroom lectures and limited lab studies. Before students advance to the second portion, they must supply proof of a recent TB screen and Hepatitis B vaccination, after which the clinical segments of this program begin. Graduation from this course requires 100 hours of lab and hands-on clinical practice.
Reviewed on July 30, 2015