Phlebotomy Technician

Phlebotomy Technician Program

Advance Your Career with a Phlebotomy Certification

Be eligible to obtain a State License as a Phlebotomy Technicians to draw blood in hospitals or medical labs and work independently for medical and life insurance companies. If you’ve completed training in or are already working in the healthcare field, becoming a qualified Phlebotomy Technician could allow you to expand your medical services and open up additional employment opportunities.

Phlebotomy Technicians, sometimes called Venipuncturists, play an important role in the clinical lab. The main duty of a Phlebotomist is to draw patients’ blood for testing. Phlebotomy training can be an excellent way to expand your marketable healthcare skills and improve potential employment opportunities, without spending months in school.

Students in this program attend class for a total of 6 Saturdays.

Advance Your Career with a Phlebotomy Certification

Be eligible to obtain a State License as a Phlebotomy Technicians to draw blood in hospitals or medical labs and work independently for medical and life insurance companies. If you’ve completed training in or are already working in the healthcare field, becoming a qualified Phlebotomy Technician could allow you to expand your medical services and open up additional employment opportunities.

Phlebotomy Technicians, sometimes called Venipuncturists, play an important role in the clinical lab. The main duty of a Phlebotomist is to draw patients’ blood for testing. Phlebotomy training can be an excellent way to expand your marketable healthcare skills and improve potential employment opportunities, without spending months in school.

Students in this program attend class for a total of 6 Saturdays.

Phlebotomy Technician Program
2017 – 2018 Start Dates

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Program At A Glance

Phlebotomy Technician Program

How Long is the Program?

6 Saturdays

Where Do Grads Work?

Healthcare Career College grads have been hired by West Coast Clinical Trials, Kaiser Permanente, Healthcare Partners, Long Beach Memorial Center, and many more!

What Is The Median Pay Of Grads?

$21.38/Hour

Phlebotomy Technician Program

How Long is the Program?

6 Saturdays

Where Do Grads Work?

Healthcare Career College grads have been hired by West Coast Clinical Trials, Kaiser Permanente, Healthcare Partners, Long Beach Memorial Center, and many more!

What Is The Median Pay Of Grads?

$21.38/Hour

Phlebotomy Technician Program Start Dates 2017 – 2018

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Healthcare Career College

Phlebotomy Technician Program

Program Features

  • Above 90% pass rate
  • California Department of Health (CDPH) approved
  • Books, supplies, CPR, exam fee and state certification fees included

Professional Phlebotomists have the satisfaction of knowing that their work helps to diagnose and treat illness and contributes to the health and well-being of their communities.

Certification

Through NHA (http://www.nhanow.com), CPT1 certification. Students needs to complete theory, take test and submit externship paperwork.

Employment

Phlebotomists with experience may work in hospitals or medical labs. CPT1 certification is not required to draw blood in doctor’s clinics. It is only required to draw blood in hospital or lab setting.

Unique Aspects

  • Affordable tuition
  • Small class sizes, personal attention
  • Experienced, qualified and caring instructors
  • Financial Aid Available

Duration: 6 Saturdays
Median Pay: $21.38/hour
Job Growth: 17.8% (Much Faster than Average)

EDD/LMID Occupational Employment Statistics Survey 2017

Phlebotomy Technician Program

Important State Certification

Successful graduates of this program are eligible to take the State Certification Exam for licensure as a Certified Phlebotomy Technician (CPT1)

Clinical Externship: Practical On-the-Job Experience

As a student in the Healthcare Career College Phlebotomy Tech program, you’ll have the opportunity to gain practical experience in a real clinical lab environment. Under supportive supervision you’ll complete a total of 50 venipunctures and 10 skin punctures.

You’ll feel confident as you transition from student into the professional world, ready to move into a professional medical lab environment, after gaining relevant work experience during your training.

Becoming a Confident Phlebotomy Technician

The Phlebotomy Technician training program from Infotech Career College can give you the hands-on training, practical experience and professional support it takes to become a successful, certified medical lab professional.

This program provides training in both basic didactic and advanced didactic components. You’ll learn:

  • Infection Control
  • Skin Puncture Techniques
  • Venipuncture Techniques
  • Blood Sample Collection and Processing

This program is highly recommended for candidates who have completed training in or are already working in the health care field.

Job  Outlook

  • Small and large organizations hiring
  • Employment growth of 23.2% from 2012 to 2022
  • Career growth potential
  • Certification is accepted nationally

Certification

  • Phlebotomy Technician Diploma

Nursing Assistant/Home Health Aide Program

What you will learn

  • Medical and dental office procedures
  • Insurance billing and collections
  • Procedure and Diagnostic Coding

Job  Outlook

  • Small and large organizations hiring
  • Employment growth of 23.2% from 2012 to 2022
  • Career growth potential
  • Certification is accepted nationally

Certification

  • Nursing Assistant Diploma

I am proud to say that I completed my Medical Assistant course at Healthcare Career College. I am honored to say that all of my hard work paid off. I was hired at St. John’s Well Child & Family Center where I completed my externship.

– Reyna Lopez, Medical Assistant at St John’s Well Child & Family Center

Take Your First Step

Today is the first step in your journey to a rewarding career in healthcare.

I am proud to say that I completed my Medical Assistant course at Healthcare Career College. I am honored to say that all of my hard work paid off. I was hired at St. John’s Well Child & Family Center where I completed my externship.

– Reyna Lopez, Medical Assistant at St John’s Well Child & Family Center

Take Your First Step

Today is the first step in your journey to a rewarding career in healthcare.

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FEATURED PROGRAMS

If you are looking to get started with a rewarding career in healthcare, we have a program for you. Below you can learn more about some of our most popular programs. Don’t see the program you’re looking for? Click here to see all of the programs that we offer.

FEATURED PROGRAMS

Medical Assistant

Doctors depend on Medical Assistants to collect needed health information and assist with procedures such as blood draws, injections, EKG, and physical exams.

Ultrasound Tech

An ultrasound tech is trained to perform a diagnostic medical sonography and provide adequate images from which a clinical interpretation can be made for diagnostic purposes.

Medical Assistant

Doctors depend on Medical Assistants to collect needed health information and assist with procedures such as blood draws, injections, EKG, and physical exams.

Ultrasound Tech

An ultrasound tech is trained to perform a diagnostic medical sonography and provide adequate images from which a clinical interpretation can be made for diagnostic purposes.

Vocational Nursing

Vocational Nurses, sometimes called Practical Nurses, care for people who are sick, injured, disabled or otherwise in need of professional medical care

Medical Billing/Coding

Computerized Medical Billing and Coding professionals create and manage important medical documentation working in a variety of medical offices.

Vocational Nursing

Vocational Nurses, sometimes called Practical Nurses, care for people who are sick, injured, disabled or otherwise in need of professional medical care

Medical Billing/Coding

Computerized Medical Billing and Coding professionals create and manage important medical documentation working in a variety of medical offices.

Dental Assistant

Dental Assistants not only assist the dentist, but they are also trained to handle different dental instruments, important equipment, and procedures.

Healthcare Management

Healthcare Managers learn the budgeting and billing systems that are needed to keep a medical office, clinic, or hospital running efficiently.

Dental Assistant

Dental Assistants not only assist the dentist, but they are also trained to handle different dental instruments, important equipment, and procedures.

Healthcare Management

Healthcare Managers learn the budgeting and billing systems that are needed to keep a medical office, clinic, or hospital running efficiently.

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