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.
AMTI Student Spotlight Beth Calhoun
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.
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Okay, today we're going to use a banana to simulate a blood draw. The reason why it's good to use a banana to do a blood draw is with this banana skin, particularly a banana still has some green, along the ridges we can simulate what we might feel as we stick or incise a human. When we feel that little pop or give into a human's vein. It's good to use a banana for this. Okay, the supplies you'll need to do a banana blood draw is you're going to need hand sanitizer. You're going to need your tourniquet.
You're going to need your banana, preferably a green one. You're going to need your PPE, in this case it would be gloves. You're going to need your alcohol swabs, seventy percent isopropyl alcohol. And then, you're going to need your vacutainer needle and your tubes. We'll also need our two by two gauze. And, we'll need a pen to label with when we're done. I have my biohazard box nearby, in arm's reach. And, I also have an extra needle, an extra set of tubes in case there are complications.