Category: In Class

Now for a limited time only, we are offering the 3 most popular certifications together.  These include Patient Care Technician, Electrocardiogram Technician and Phlebotomy Technician.  All three certifications with transcripts will be awarded to students upon completion of 25-30 blood draws.  Students will attending twice a week for only 4 weeks, and then begin their blood draws.  Each of these certifications are nationally accredited through the AMCA, NCCT, the NTA, the NHA, as well as the N.A.P.T.P.

Interested in Phlebotomy Technician Classes

phlebotomy school

  What does a phlebotomist do? This is a common question from those who are not familiar with the job of a phlebotomist. The phlebotomist goes by other names as well, such as lab technician or lab assistant. The phlebotomy technician wears many hats. They do not only draw blood, which is called venipuncture. The… Read more »

In Class Patient Care Technician

Patient Care Technician classes

    Patient care technicians are said to be the new LPN’s. The reason for this has to do with the amount of responsibility that the hospital is willing to accept when hiring a patient care technician. More and more hospitals are using patient care technicians to assist in the advance care of patients. The… Read more »

Online EKG Technician

online EKg class

How many of us have had an EKG? If you said yes, then you know that it can be embarrassing and a little unnerving. However, knowing what to expect makes you a better health care provider because you know what could be done to make the procedure a little less embarrassing and awkward particularly if… Read more »

Congratulations to Mrs. Tammy Shown winner of the Crystal Apple award

We at Phlebotomy Career Training proudly congratulate Mrs. Tammy Shown for her dedication to excellence in education by presenting her with the teacher of the year crystal apple award. Awards were presented to Mrs. Tammy Shown and Mr. Asad Abdurraham for their work in the field of training medical health care providers in the fields… Read more »