Hands on work Shops..PHLEBOTOMY

The main objective of a phlebotomist is to draw blood and obtain specimens promptly, efficiently, and safely from patients and clients.  Conducting routine and diagnostic testing can be the most accurate way to assess, track, and repair illnesses and diseases.  The phlebotomist plays an important role in the safety and well-being of their patients; phlebotomy technicians receive extensive training in the handling of infectious diseases and maintaining a clean and sterile environment.
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NEXT COURSE START DATES

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October 27, 2016 October 28, 2016 2 days Th

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10:00 am to 3:00pm Scarborough Campus Register
November 03,2016 October 04, 2016 2 days Th

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10:00am – 3:00pm Scarborough Campus Register
November10, 2016 November 11,2016 2 days Th

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10:00am – 3:00pm Scarborough Campus Register
November 17,2016 November 1, 2016 2 days Th

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10:00am – 3:00pm Scarborough Campus Register

 

The Phlebotomy Technician program teaches the student techniques of performing and practicing Electrocardiograms on various ECG machines including computerized and multichannel.  Venipuncture techniques are taught using vacutainer tubes, butterfly needles and syringe methods.  Students also learn to perform capillary puncture on infants and adults.  Specimen handling, centrifuging and laboratory safety also taught throughout the course. MacMillian Institute of Applied Health Sciences Students have the advantage of working within our clinical laboratories and fully simulated practical rooms which offer a professional learning environment.

 

Course overview

  • Anatomy and Physiology for Phlebotomy
  • Medical Terminology for Phlebotomy
  • Patient interaction and related legal, ethical and safety issues
  • Patient identification and lab requisition form
  • Venipuncture equipment and Vacuum zed blood collection system
  • Safety and Universal Precautions in handling the samples
  • Administrative Steps of Phlebotomy
  • Hands-on Practical training on blood and specimen collection
  • Preparing blood collection site and proper managing of the collected samples.
  • MacMillian Institute of Applied Health Sciences College is proud to offer Phlebotomy training to people from all healthcare backgrounds,

Once you have earned your diploma in Phlebotomy, you can find employment within:

HOSPITALS
LABORATORIES
DOCTOR’S OFFICES
LONG TERM CARE FACILITIES
INSURANCE COMPANIES
CLINICAL RESEARCH COMPANIES
ADDICTION CENTRES
BLOOD DONOR CENTRES

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