I'm Beth Calhoun. I studied Phlebotomy and I went through the MLA course, Medical Lab Assistant. The Medical Lab Assistant class was the greatest. I had a lot of fun doing the actual lab part of it; Streaking plates, making smears. It was a lot of fun to actually see where your phlebotomy samples wound up and how they got there. I was very fortunate when I first found out about AMTI, I actually had done a internet search trying to find schools in the valley and I came across AMTI.
And this has been my home ever since. I started with my Phlebotomy class here and I really wanted to come back and so I furthered with my MLA. My clinical externship right now, I'm at Lab Express on 5th McDowell I currently work in all departments and I kinda am a tool of all trades. Wherever they need me is where I go. Right now my focus is on hematology I help load the machine. I help pull the samples off the machine as well as I give the results to the.
Think back to the first time you ever heard of phlebotomy training. There are many factors which influenced the development of phlebotomy training. Remarkably phlebotomy training is heralded by shopkeepers and investment bankers alike, leading many to state that phlebotomy training is not given the credit if deserves for inspiring many of the worlds famous painters. In the light of this I will break down the issues in order to give each of them the thought that they fully deserve.
Best Phlebotomy Schools In Berkeley,California
|Berkeley City College|
|2050 Center Street|
Berkeley, CA 94704
|University of California - Berkeley|
|200 California Hall|
Berkeley, CA 94720
|The Wright Institute|
|2728 Durant Ave|
Berkeley, CA 94704-1796
|Dominican School of Philosophy and Theology|
|2301 Vine Street|
Berkeley, CA 94708-1816
|Pacific School of Religion|
|1798 Scenic Ave|
Berkeley, CA 94709
So what are some of the critical skills that you might need if you're going to go into a health care profession? Well first of all you need to be able to solve problems. We need people that when they see something that's not going right to think about the right direction to solve that problem. They can think critically. They can act under stress.
And handle stressful situations. They can make decisions based on protocols that they are aware of. They have interpersonal skills. They can listen to patients. They have empathy for other people and know how to step into the shoes of a person who is ill or under stress. And lastly, they're a team player. There really are no decisions in health care today that are made individually. They are all made as a part of the health care team.