Category: Phlebotomy

A Good Phlebotomist has 10 qualities that make them stand out from the rest.

If you are considering a career in phlebotomy you will need to ask yourself if you have what it takes to become an amazing phlebotomist. The best phlebotomist have 10 qualities that make them stand out from the rest. Phlebotomist Quality #1. The site of blood doesn’t scare you. Believe it or not, some people… Read more »

Phlebotomist; The obscure but important profession

Phlebotomy: One of the most relatively little known but important professions. Healthcare professionals are in high demand these days. The truth is– people are always going to get sick, and there will always be a need for those who can do their part to help others get well. As a important player in the diagnostic… Read more »

Where do you see yourself in 5 Years?

Returning students to phlebotomy career training get $100 off toward class of their choice

So what makes someone content and happy? One may say a successful career and happy home. Perhaps that is too cliche or commercial sounding. The answer is different for everyone. The point is this, working at a job day after day should not feel as if it’s the end of the world every morning. The… Read more »

Is it painful to have your blood drawn?

Everyone at one time or another has had to have their blood drawn. For the most part it is not the most pleasant experience. Some people say that it doesn’t hurt while others say that they feel the, “pinch”. Have you ever wondered why? Well, maybe it would make sense that it does hurt, when… Read more »

How do you draw blood with your eyes closed?

Nurses are trained in the skill called the, “nursing process”. This is a skill that is developed during nursing school and throughout the nurse’s career over time. The nursing process teaches critical thinking skills and the establishment of the nurse-patient relationship. Making a special bond between the patient and nurse by the establishment of trust…. Read more »