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Arizona Phlebotomy Certification Class

48 Hours In Class

Class Structure:

  1. 48 hours of book and intensive hands on phlebotomist training
  2. National Exam given during last class

Phlebotomy Training Specialists program is 48 hours in length, during which time you will receive all of the book and hands on training that you need to be ready for the workforce right out of class. The hands on training, lab processing, quantity of blood draws, VeinViewer usage, coupled with amazing trainers and just the right amount of book training, ensures you will be successful. This is a fast paced learning environment, but students always have the option to return to the class, or attend alternate classes, free of charge once they have completed the class and attended one time. If you fail the National Examination in this state, we will pay for you to take it a second time, which is just like a pass guarantee. Enroll today to start your career in phlebotomy soon!

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The Bureau of Labor Statistics projects that the phlebotomy labor market will grow by 22% from 2020 to 2030. Phlebotomists play an important role in healthcare, and the country needs more trained and certified professionals in this field. 

 

Phlebotomy Training Specialists is one of the best phlebotomy schools in Arizona. Our classes will equip you with the skills and certifications you need to begin your career as a phlebotomist. Here is a brief overview of how Phlebotomy Training Specialists can get you certified and ready for employment. 

 

Benefits of a Career in Phlebotomy 

A phlebotomist’s roles and responsibilities include: 

 

  • Collecting blood samples. 
  • Labeling the blood samples. 
  • Collecting the patients’ personal and medical information. 
  • Sending the blood samples to the lab for testing. 

 

A career in phlebotomy comes with many benefits, including: 

 

Making a Positive Impact 

A phlebotomist’s main role is to collect patients’ blood samples for testing. This role is critical to the healthcare process, as the blood samples determine the test results, treatment options, and everything thereafter. Phlebotomists also comfort their patients when collecting blood samples. 

 

Promising Job Market 

The number of available jobs for phlebotomists will grow by 22% from 2020 to 2030. This averages to about 19,500 job openings per year. It is also worth noting that phlebotomists can work in many fields, including: 

 

  • Hospitals. 
  • Plasma donations. 
  • Medical clinics. 
  • Dialysis. 
  • Laboratories. 
  • Paramedical examination. 
  • Platelet donation. 

 

Training phlebotomists are thus assured of fairly good chances of getting a job after certification. 

 

Good Income 

Working as a phlebotomist will also earn you a decent living. The average base salary for phlebotomists in Arizona is about $48,000 per year. It is also worth noting that you can make more than this in some fields. 

 

Career Growth 

Becoming a phlebotomist could also be a stepping stone for getting into other careers in medicine. You can advance to the following careers with extra training and certification: 

 

  • Medical assistant. 
  • Nursing. 
  • Physician’s assistant. 
  • Medical lab technician. 
  • Electrocardiograph (EKG) technician. 

 

These careers also pay well and will also enable you to make a positive impact on the health care system. Interestingly, a phlebotomist’s work schedule is flexible, allowing you to advance your education while earning. 

Phlebotomy Certification Requirements in Arizona 

It is easy to become a phlebotomist in Arizona. However, candidates must meet the following requirements for certification: 

 

  • You must be at least 18 years old. 
  • You must provide a copy of your high school diploma, GED, or college grade report. 
  • You must complete the phlebotomy physical form. 
  • You must be willing to take a drug test and undergo a criminal background check. 
  • You must have CPR certification. 

 

You must also maintain your certification annually. This entails completing continuing education and paying an annual fee. 

Why Train with Phlebotomy Training Specialists? 

Are you sold on the benefits and ease of becoming a phlebotomist in Arizona? Phlebotomy Training Specialists is one of the best phlebotomy schools in Arizona, and our training course is simple, flexible, and versatile. 

 

We support all of our students with the successful completion of our phlebotomy program. Here is an overview of three excellent reasons why you should consider training with phlebotomy training specialists: 

 

Quick, Thorough Training 

Phlebotomy Training Specialists’ program is fast-paced and runs only for 48 hours. The course is also comprehensive and covers everything you need to know about phlebotomy. 

 

Our phlebotomy classes comprise theoretical learning based on books and hands-on training based on real-life experience. It doesn’t matter whether or not you have ever held a needle before. Phlebotomy Training Specialists will equip you with the right skills and knowledge to complete blood draws.  

 

Cutting-Edge Training Equipment 

Phlebotomy Training Specialists use cutting-edge technology and equipment to teach phlebotomy. Most notably, we use the new VeinViewerTM technology to give our learners an unobstructed view of veins beneath the skin. It is worth noting that the ability to use this technology can increase your marketability in the job market. 

 

VeinViewerTM uses Active Vascular Imaging Navigation (AVIN) to essentially see beneath the skin. It is worth noting that Phlebotomy Training Specialists is the only institute with this technology. 

 

Reputable Certification 

Phlebotomy Training Specialists use the most reputable certifying bodies, including: 

 

  • National Healthcare Certification Organization (NHCO) 
  • National Healthcare Association (NHA) 

 

Students in Arizona must take their final exam through the NHCO. Phlebotomy Training Specialists will pay for you to retake the national certification exam if you fail the first time. 

 

Start Your Future in Phlebotomy Today 

Becoming a phlebotomist will enable you to make a positive impact on other people’s lives. It will also earn you a decent income and open the door to more advanced careers in medicine. Phlebotomy Training Specialists offer the best phlebotomy training and certification in Arizona. 

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