Phlebotomy Training in Fayetteville, NC
Did you know that in as little as six months you could start a career as a medical professional?
If you’re looking for training in the field of Phlebotomy in Fayetteville, North Carolina, look no further than Miller-Motte College. You can earn a Certificate of Completion by completing our Phlebotomy Technician program* and enter the workforce in less time than you probably expected for a career in the medical field. Our hands-on training and career resources can help you get out of the classroom and into a job position you’ll love.
We’ve helped students from all over Fayetteville, Hope Mills, Fort Bragg, Spring Lake, Raeford, Lumberton and Charlotte, so if you live in these areas of North Carolina, keep reading to learn how Miller-Motte College can train you for a new career.
What Will You Learn in Our Phlebotomy Technician Program?
Our Phlebotomy Technician program combines classroom instruction with hands-on learning to provide a unique learning experience for students.
Below are three courses offered in our Phlebotomy Technician program:
Medical Terminology: This program help students understand all parts of terminology used in the medical field through investigation of the structure and formation of medical terms, including roots, suffixes, and combining forms. There is an emphasis on defining and spelling anatomic structures, disease terminology, surgical and diagnostic procedures, and descriptive terms in the work analysis.
Phlebotomy Theory: In this course you will discuss blood collection procedures, the equipment used, interfering factors in blood collection and specimen transport and processing.
Phlebotomy Review: This course will help you prepare you for the national certification examination in phlebotomy.
For more information on course offerings and program start dates, download our Course Catalog.
Career Options in Phlebotomy
The Phlebotomy Technician program at Miller-Motte College won’t just prepare you for one career path. It will give you a solid foundation to pursue several careers in the healthcare field. Listed below are just three positions you can look into after graduation:
Medical Lab Technician
Medical Lab Technicians perform routine medical laboratory tests under the supervision of a Medical Technologist. They collect specimens and test them for the presence of illegal drugs, pathogens and more.
Using proper venipuncture techniques, Phlebotomists draw blood for laboratory tests, blood transfusions, donations and research. They also help patients relax by explaining the procedure and drawing blood as efficiently and painlessly as possible.
Medical Assistants are an important part of any hospital, doctor’s office or clinic. They schedule appointments, record vital signs and other patient data, and are often the first point of contact for a patient.
Start A New Career with Phlebotomy Training in Fayetteville, NC!
Call our Admissions Representatives today to learn how you can start a successful career doing what you love and enroll in our Phlebotomy Technician program. When you call, they’ll answer your questions and provide personalized assistance whenever you need it.