Certified Phlebotomy Technician Program for $750 Tuition/Fees

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In the medical field, venipuncture is a term that is defined as the procedural skill of puncturing a vein with a needle, typically for the purpose of withdrawing a specimen of blood for testing and diagnostic reasons. Phlebotomy technicians, also known as phlebotomists and blood collectors, are allied healthcare workers who perform venipuncture procedures and utilize micro collection techniques on a regular basis to withdraw blood from patients.

Legacy Healthcare Careers, a family-owned school in North Richland Hills, Texas, offers a phlebotomy technician training program. Upon completion of the program, graduates are eligible to sit for the national certification exam through the National Center For Competency Testing (NCCT) to receive credentialing as a certified phlebotomy technician (CPT). Call 682.626.5266 for more information.

Certification as a certified phlebotomy technician is an invigorating investment in a person’s future due to enhanced employment opportunities and steady income. Certified phlebotomy technicians are employed by entities such as blood banks, plasma centers, reference laboratories, clinics, multi-specialty medical practices, acute care hospitals, and correctional institutions. The opportunities are robust.

Call 682.626.5266 to schedule a tour, ask questions, or enroll in the next scheduled phlebotomy class at Legacy Healthcare Careers. Classes start soon, so do not allow this opportunity to go to waste. Jump-start your legacy at Legacy Healthcare Careers.

 

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