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Phlebotomist Technician


Phlebotomy technicians are essential team members at hospitals, blood donor centers, mobile phlebotomy solutions, and diagnostic laboratories. They are responsible for the following duties:

  • Drawing blood from patients

  • Explaining blood-drawing procedure to patients and answer questions

  • Evaluating patients’ ability to withstand procedure

  • Performing basic point of care testing such as blood glucose levels

  • Preparing blood, urine, and other specimens for testing

  • Verifying patient or donor identity

  • Maintaining and cleaning medical equipment such as needles, test tubes, and blood vials


More employers are requiring national certification in the phlebotomy field each year.


A certified medical assistant, also known as a CMA works under the supervision of physicians and nurses. As a medical assistant, you’ll work in direct patient care, performing tasks such as prepping patients for exams, performing minor procedures and scheduling patient appointments.

Medical Assistant  program delivers the education and hands-on training you need for success as a Medical Assistant. Once you complete the program, you’ll be eligible to take the Medical Assistant certification exam.
  • Accomplishing office tasks

  • Using office software and equipment

  • Managing operation reports

  • Answering calls and scheduling appointments

  • Updating patient electronic medical records

  • Greeting and intaking patients

  • Verifying patient or donor identity


 More employers are requiring national certification in the administrative field each year.

Specimen Collector


 49 CFR Part 40 collection procedures and the steps necessary to complete a collection correctly, including completion and transmission of the Federal Custody and Control Form;

      Problem collections such as out-of-temperature range and insufficient specimens;

      Fatal flaws, correctable flaws and correcting problems; and
      The collector’s responsibility for maintaining the integrity of the collection process, ensuring the privacy of employees being tested, ensuring the security of the specimen, and avoiding conduct or statements that could be viewed as offensive or inappropriate. This course covers Qualification Training only and does not include monitoring of the DOT required mock collections.  

Interested in starting your own Homecare /Companion Agency? 



-Completed ACHA application
-Registered with the State
-NPI #

You will be registered through Florida Health and will be able to start receiving clients.

-N Certification Needed
it is considered Non-Medical 

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EKG class are closed for right now 

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An electrocardiograph technician (also known as electrocardiogram technician) is a certified cardiovascular specialist who observes the patient’s heart performance by using wires and electrodes.

The EKG machine outlines electrical impulses sent by the heart through electrodes connected to the patient’s arms, chest, and legs. It prints an activity graphic for the interpretation of the medical practitioner before or after a routine examination or surgery.

The electrocardiograph technician makes sure the machine is working correctly, guides the patient through the procedures, performs stress testing, and documents the readings. EKG techs are high school graduates who pursued certification and training.

Phlebotomy Instructor Course

Specimen Urine Collectors, Medical
Assistant & Phelbotomy
Phlebotomy & Medical Assistant Class Combo 
Phlebotomy & Specimen Urine Collectors Combo
Phlebotomy & Medical Assistant Instructor Combo
Medical Assistant
Medical Assistant
Urine Specimen Collection 
Medical Assistant
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