Category: Phlebotomy

Fast Track Your Phlebotomy Certification Online

Phlebotomy Career Training: Announcing an expansion to our phlebotomy course

Wouldn’t it be great to have a new career in only 6 weeks?            At Phlebotomy Career Training you can achieve your goal.  You can Fast track your phlebotomy certification online.  Our online classes can be done in as little as six weeks.  We have great instructors and you will have… Read more »

Phlebotomy Career Training: A longer course makes for more efficient learning

phlebotomy career training

Phlebotomy Technician course hours at Phlebotomy Career Training increases to 170 clock hours Phlebotomy is on the rise throughout the US, as healthcare providers around the country look to add to their staff. The pandemic exposed more than a few healthcare systems’ weaknesses, one of them being the lack of accredited professionals to take and… Read more »

What to Expect as a Telemetry Technician

Become a Nationally Certified Telemetry Technician

Telemetry technicians have a crucial role to play in the healthcare industry. If you’re thinking about getting telemetry training and joining the industry, you should prepare yourself for long hours and some difficult patients. However, the feeling you’ll get from saving someone’s life will be far beyond the negatives. Here are some things you can… Read more »

Three benefits of hands-on experience in Phlebotomy training

How to become a phlebotomist

  For every would-be phlebotomist and potential telemetry technician, having direct experience with the equipment and procedures involved in their duties is a must. While a good online course might give you all the theoretical knowledge that you need, practice is key in most fields of medicine and phlebotomy is no different. It lets you… Read more »

Everything You Need to Know About Becoming a Phlebotomy Technician in NJ

Online Phlebotomy Classes in Detroit

Are you thinking of becoming a phlebotomy technician in NJ? A phlebotomist is a healthcare professional who draws and prepares blood for medical testing, donations, or transfusions. They receive training to collect blood via venipuncture, finger pricks, or pricks to the heel (for infants). You can typically find them in clinics, hospitals, outpatient care facilities,… Read more »