Phlebotomy Training In Montana
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|Montana State University|
|Program:||Phlebotomy Technician Course|
|Location:||P.O. Box 172200
Bozeman, MT 59717
Providing hands-on training, as well as classroom lecture and practical applications, the Phlebotomy Technician Course at Montana State University gives medical hopefuls a gateway to entry-level positions in the healthcare industries. Students who successfully complete this course, and go on to pass the national phlebotomy certification exam, are legally eligible to work as a phlebotomist in nationwide medical facilities.
This phlebotomy training program uses 30 hours of online assignments, 15 hours of on-campus instruction, and 100 hours of supervised clinical practicum to teach students about the basics of phlebotomy, medical jargon, infection control, blood draw techniques, and lab equipment.
Students are expected, upon completion of this course, to be able to demonstrate their new phlebotomy knowledge by successfully passing the national exam. However, while this course is designed to prepare phlebotomists-to-be for the exam, MSU does not guarantee that all students will pass the exam. That is entirely dependent on the student.
|Flathead Valley Community College|
|Location:||777 Grandview Drive
Kalispell, Mt 59901
Limited to 10 students per phlebotomy training course, Flathead Valley Community College uses small classroom sizes to offer students a more intimate learning experience, inclusive of one-on-one training, if need be. Students of this course will participate in 40 hours of on-campus classroom lectures and lab studies. During the initial phase of this phlebotomy course, students will learn the basics of anatomy and physiology, medical terminology, infection control, laboratory safety standards, blood draw techniques, bloodwork processing, and light clerical work.
After the first part of this phlebotomy training program, FVCC will arrange 100 hours of clinical rotations for students at an approved, local medical facility. It is there that students will gain hands-on, practical experience under the supervision of professional phlebotomists and long-time medical staff.
Upon completion of this phlebotomy training course, graduates will receive a certificate of completion, as well as the OK to sit for the national phlebotomy certification exam.
|Miles Community College|
|Location:||2715 Dickinson Street
Miles City, MT 59301
Playing a primary, important role in a team of healthcare professionals, phlebotomists have the pride and pleasure of being directly interactive with patients of varying ages, moods, and mental states. For this reason, Miles Community College uses their phlebotomy training program to focus on interpersonal patient communication.
This two semester phlebotomy training program, inclusive of an off-site clinical externship, teaches students the importance of proper blood draw techniques, strict safety standards, and infection control. Phlebotomists-to-be will also learn about basic phlebotomy, anatomy and physiology (with how it applies to phlebotomy), medical terminology, bloodwork transportation and processing, and professional conduct and interpersonal communication skills with peers and patients.
When students have graduated from this course, they are eligible to sit for the national phlebotomy certification exam. Passing this exam grants new phlebotomists the legal right to work in a variety of nationwide medical facilities.
|The Lifelong Learning Center|
|Location:||310 South Curtis Street
Missoula, MT 59801
While drawing blood and processing bloodwork are important components of being a good phlebotomist, the ability to diffuse patient anxieties is invaluable to both patients and the rest of the medical team. This particular Phlebotomy Training Program provides practice instruction and hands-on clinical experience for students breaking into the medical field. Current healthcare professionals are encouraged to take this phlebotomy training program, as it could bolster their knowledge of the medical profession.
During this phlebotomy training program, students will learn the basic functions of the human circulatory system, as well as the basics of phlebotomy, medical jargon, simple medical procedures, bloodwork processing, infection control, and blood collection techniques. Phlebotomists-to-be will demonstrate their knowledge of phlebotomy on simulation arms, fellow students, and clinical volunteers.
After phlebotomy training course completion, graduates of this program will be Healthcare CPR certified, as well as eligible to take the national phlebotomy certification exam. Passing this exam enables new phlebotomists to work in medical facilities nationwide.
Reviewed on July 30, 2015