Enroll in Phlebotomy Classes at Miller-Motte College in Wilmington and Begin a Rewarding Career in Medicine!
Do you like helping others? Do you have the ability to put other people at ease? Are you considering a career in the medical profession, but unsure of which career path is best for you? If you answered yes to these questions, you should consider completing Phlebotomy classes at Miller-Motte College's Phlebotomy/ECG Technician program. Our campus is in an ideal location to serve students in Wilmington, Leland, Carolina Beach, Burgaw and Hampstead.
Why choose Miller-Motte College for Phlebotomy Training?
Our Phlebotomy/ECG Technician program will give you the skills and hands-on experience you’ll need to be successful in not one, but two career paths: Electrocardiography (also known as ECG or EKG), the process of recording activity of the heart, and Phlebotomy, the process of drawing blood for donations, lab tests and more.
With our Phlebotomy/ECG training, you’ll be ready to sit for both the ECG and Phlebotomy Certification exams and enter a range of job positions. Here is an overview of three of the Phlebotomy and ECG courses you’ll take at Miller-Motte College:
- Phlebotomy Clinic: In this course, you’ll learn about specimen collection, testing and transportation. We cover proper Phlebotomy techniques such as Point-of-Care testing, capillary punctures and venipuncture, as well as safety procedures for infection control.
- Phlebotomy/ECG Review: This course prepares students to sit for the Phlebotomy and ECG national certifying exams. You’ll practice answering sample test questions and review material from previous courses.
- Electrocardiography Theory: In this course, you’ll learn about topics such as anatomy of the heart, the cardiac cycle and electrophysiology. The course also covers electrocardiography equipment and how it is used to monitor heart rate and detect heart disease.
Download our Course Catalog to learn more about the courses offered in our Phlebotomy/ECG program.
Careers in Phlebotomy and Electrocardiography
The training you’ll receive at Miller-Motte College in our Phlebotomy/ECG Technician program will not only prepare you for one career path, but it will give you the foundation you need to pursue a wide range of careers in the healthcare field, such as:
As a Phlebotomist, you’ll be drawing blood for blood research, transfusions, diagnostic tests and more. Phlebotomists use proper Phlebotomy techniques to draw blood as painlessly and efficiently as possible.
Medical Lab Technician
Medical Lab Technicians collect specimens under the supervision of a Medical Technologist and test them for the presence of illegal drugs, diseases, infections and more. As a Medical Lab Technician, you could take your pick of working in clinics and diagnostic centers, a doctor’s office or research labs.
Health Diagnosing and Treating Practitioner
Health Diagnosing and Treating Practitioners perform a wide variety of tasks. You will often be a patient’s first point of contact, responsible for scheduling appointments, recording vital signs and more. Health Diagnosing and Treating Practitioners are important staff members of any hospital, doctor’s office or clinic.
With Just One Call, You Can Learn How You’ll Earn Your Phlebotomy and ECG Certification!
Call Miller-Motte College now to learn how you can start your career in the medical field. Our Admissions Representatives will answer your questions and provide personalized assistance you need throughout the application process. Get started today by giving us a call at 800.705.9182, or click here to request additional information online.