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The mission of the Dynamic Phlebotomy Training is to raise the standard of care in our community by providing well-trained and highly skilled medical professionals. Dynamic Phlebotomy Training is dedicated to empowering individuals with the skills, knowledge, practical training and experience needed for a successful career in the growing and rewarding fields of allied healthcare. We believe that quality education does not need to be high in cost, just high in quality. Therefore, we provide a short term, low cost, quality program.
Dynamic Phlebotomy 5-star training is for you to become a future Phlebotomist. After your training you will be able to sit for the national phlebotomy exam once you have successfully completed a required number of venipuntures and capillary sticks. Keep in mind that you don't have to be certified in the state of Florida to be a phlebotomist. Dynamic Phlebotomy Training is Accredited and recognized Nationally through the Commission of Independent Education #9017.You will get extensive hands-on practice on various techniques and methods the first day you walk into class. Students will use manikins for opportunities to practice the technique of drawing blood on and each other along family/friends, allowing for plenty of hands-on experience. You will receive a Phlebotomy Certificate of Completion at the end of the course. Sign up today and take the first step to a career in Phlebotomy!!!
A Phlebotomist (also called a Phlebotomy Technician) is an integral member of any health care team. The primary function of the Phlebotomy Tech is to collect blood samples from patients via venipuncture or microtechniques. The Phlebotomist also draws blood for transfusions, donations and research. The Phlebotomist must be responsible and enjoy the challenge. Remaining calm under stressful situations are a plus. They must be accurate, work well under pressure and communicate effectively. They are also required to practice discretion and confidentiality at all times. As a Phlebotomist you will come in contact with the sick, elderly and disabled. It is your position to render compassion and respect to all that you serve.
Phlebotomists work in medical and diagnostic laboratories, private-practices, clinics, hospitals and donor collections centers.