Academy of Medical Professions: Phlebotomy
with Academy of Medical Professions
Become Nationally Certified in 10 weeks as a Phlebotomy Technician by professionals in the industry.
Phlebotomy technicians, also referred to as a phlebotomists, have an essential role in the clinical laboratory process, as their main job duty is drawing patient's (or animal) blood for testing to help in the detection and diagnosis of disease, transfusions, donations and research. They are employed in hospitals, clinics, private practices, diagnostic laboratories and blood banks.
Phlebotomy technicians properly label and store samples, and deliver them to the laboratory or drop-off point. Their job duties include ensuring quality control throughout the process, making sure specimens are not contaminated. They also do data entry and record keeping on the computer, entering patient information and blood testing results. They collect blood primarily by performing venipuncture, and for collection of minute quantities of blood; fingersticks, or for infants through a heel stick.
Factors that affect the salary for this occupation are experience, employer type and location. If certified, a phlebotomist generally earns more and has more opportunities for advancement. The average salary for a phlebotomist depends on the setting, the state in which you live, and experience, but typically ranges from $24,000 to $35,000. Our course will provide you the national certification examination through the American Society of Phlebotomy Technicians.
Our instructors are professionals in the industry and can offer you the benefit of their knowledge and experience.
Jan 14 - Jun 30th, 2019