What is a Certified Phlebotomy Technician? Phlebotomy is the practice of drawing blood. Nowadays, it is primarily performed for the purpose of diagnosing and monitoring a patient's condition. A CPT is someone who has demonstrated proficiency in phlebotomy.
Where does a CPT work?
They are employed in hospitals, clinics, private practices, diagnostic laboratories and blood banks
How much does a CPT earn?
Phlebotomy Technicians salary according to PayScale.com.
The Following Will Be Covered in all CPT Training:
Introduction to Phlebotomy
Health Care Structure; Occupational Safety; Infection Control
Medical Terminology; Human Anatomy and Physiology; Circulatory, Lymphatic, and Immune Systems
Venipuncture Equipment, Routine Venipuncture and Venipuncture Complications; Dermal Puncture; Blood Collection in Special Populations; Special Collections and Procedures; Special Nonblood Collection Procedures
Specimen Handling & Point-of-Care Testing
Specimen Transport; Specimen Handling and Transport; Intro to Electrocardiography
***Program includes hands-on learning and practice drawing blood on both humans and a mannekin.***
TWO (2) DAY WEEKEND REFRESHER WORKSHOP
(Reserved for RN, EMTS, PT, CNA, CCMA, CET, LPN, MLT, DR, LVN, DA, Medical Students,Science Majors as well as other CURRENT Healthcare Professionals). Contact us if you are unsure as to whether or not you qualify.
Training Fee: $999*
*Special pricing applies for those who are currently working as a Phlebotomy Technician or have completed an accredited Phlebotomy training program.