Â™ªâ™ª Anna Hi. My name is Anna Tetter, and I manage the healthcare classes through workforce solutions. I'd like to give you a brief overview of some of our upcoming classes. We have a clinical medical assistant program that prepares students to work primarily in a doctor's office handling frontend administration, phlebotomy, and EKGs. Our phlebotomy program focuses specifically on the skills required for drawing blood and collecting specimen samples. If a clinical role doesn't excite you, but you are still interested in working in the.
Medical field, our patient service representative program could be a great option for you. It offers training for office administration within healthcare offices. Lastly, our optometrist assistant program will prepare you for a great entry level position within the eye care industry. Within just a few weeks or a few short months you can have a valuable credential to purse your dream of working within the healthcare career field. Be sure to check out our upcoming classes this spring in our catalog and on our website. â™ª â™ª.
Phlebotomy Program Overview
The Phlebotomy program at LBCC is designed to train students quickly and effectively in the necessary techniques of a phlebotomist. Education is structured according to a comprehensive, handson approach that combines classroom, lab work, and cooperative work experience to leave students well equipped to enter the workforce. Though Oregon doesn't require phlebotomists to hold certification, many employers and other states do, so this program prepares students to take the certification exams.
In order to ensure as many employment opportunities as possible. This program is based in Lebanon, OR. The entire program lasts only 16 weeks, with the first 12 weeks based on classroom and lab work and the last 4 being comprised of cooperative work experience. Despite the relatively short length, the expected commitment during that time is significant. Students should be prepared to devote 35 hours per week to this program. The required cooperative work experience may be based in hospitals,.
Best Phlebotomy Schools In Tuscaloosa,Alabama
|Tuscaloosa VA Medical Center|
|3701 Loop Road East|
Tuscaloosa, AL 35404
|The University of Alabama|
|739 University Boulevard|
Tuscaloosa, AL 35487-0100
|3601 Stillman Boulevard|
Tuscaloosa, AL 35403
|Shelton State Community College|
|9500 Old Greensboro Rd|
Tuscaloosa, AL 35405-8522
|DCH Regional Medical Center|
|809 University Blvd., East|
Tuscaloosa, AL 35401
Hi I'm Elora Murray and welcome to the Phlebotomy Training News Network. Potential phlebotomy students often wonder what to expect in phlebotomy training. Well today we are highlighting some things a student can expect to learn in phlebotomy classes. Phlebotomy training programs can be completed in as little as three weeks. These classes include a mix of lectures and handson experience. To add, phlebotomy students perform over 50 venipuncture's while training. Students and instructors often have their blood drawn by other students as part of their training. Not only that but students are also trained.
In the use of microscrope's and centrifuges, as well as safety precautions. Also, students are educated on laboratory processes, therapeutic drug monitoring and other potential career applications for phlebotomy. Certification exams are provided by the ASCP, NHA and other organizations. In California, potential phlebotomists must also complete a 40 hour externship. Hopefully now you better understand what to expect in Phlebotomy training. For the Phlebotomy Training News Network. I'm Elora Murray. Thanks for joining us.