The state of California requires that all Phlebotomy Technicians or Phlebotomists who work in California hold a current California Phlebotomy License. There are various phlebotomy license requirements that must be met before and while holding a license. We shall delve into what is required for different license applications, and how to keep your license valid after successfully achieving certification.
With the phlebotomist job market booming, it is not unwise to explore your options in becoming one. Are phlebotomy classes really worth it though? Let’s take a look at how strongly we recommend phlebotomy classes, what the courses consist of, and how to choose the program that best fits you.
While passing the NCPT Exam and achieving certification is not required to practice in the field, it is highly recommended in order to strengthen your credibility and lead to a preferable phlebotomist career. Let’s examine the best methods of earning certification, the structure of the exam itself, and how to most effectively prepare.
Have you ever thought about a career in phlebotomy? You are not alone. If you are considering a career in phlebotomy, here is all the information you need to know about the training and salary. Let’s start by looking at the cost-benefit and time commitment for phlebotomy training.
Let’s break down the order by tube and color as well as explore some ways to easily memorize and retain for life! Here’s a useful study guide, mnemonic and color coded cheat sheet. Master the order of draw!
The goal of the PhlebotomyU is to expand the knowledge and skills of prospective and currently employed healthcare professionals through phlebotomy training. The PhlebotomyU blood withdrawal phlebotomy classes educate these professionals on the most recent trends in blood analysis and clinical laboratory medicine.
Mon-Fri: 7:30 am – 4:00 pm
Sat & Sun: Closed