Phlebotomy (CPT)

FAST-TRACK YOUR CAREER IN UNDER 2 MONTHS.

Phlebotomy

  • 6-Week Hybrid Course
  • Next Class Starts Oct 19

    Mon, Thurs 6 PM - 9:30 PM

Course: Phlebotomy technician (CPT) training

CPT Courses and Certification Exam Training

Phlebotomy education has one of the fastest turnarounds (and lowest educational costs) in allied healthcare. On top of that, all you need is a high school diploma to get started. 

 

Medway’s 80-Hour  Phlebotomy Technician Training Program will provide knowledge of the healthcare delivery system, infection control & safety, basic anatomy and medical office terminology. This is a fast-track introduction to the Healthcare Industry. 

 

Again, a career in Phlebotomy is a really quick way to jump start your Healthcare career, start earning money now, quickly expand your professional network and give you a solid launch pad to move on to other healthcare careers.

Advantages of Medway CPT

  • Classes are set in an active Physician’s Clinic.   

  • We’ll pay for your Certification Exam when you’re ready to take it.

  • Low Program cost / Short Program

Job Outlook

The national average salary for phlebotomists hovers at $33,750, and those with the most experience can receive yearly incomes of up to $50,000. 
 
Currently there are over 125,000 Phlebotomy Technicians jobs in the United States, with employment of phlebotomists projected to grow 23% from 2018 to 2028, much faster than the average for all occupations. With the increase of people who need proper healthcare, hospitals, diagnostic laboratories, blood donor centers, and other locations will need phlebotomists to perform blood work. 

Admission ReQUIREMENTS

We’ve done our best to simplify the application process, but there are some prerequisites in order to gain access to our program.

Entrance Examination

Applicant must complete and pass the Test for Adult Basic Education (TABE) Health Form with a proficiency score equivalent to at least a 12th grade level in all areas including: reading, mathematics computation, applied math, and language.

Documents for Submission 

The following must be completed by the applicant before they can be accepted into the program:

  1. Proof of completion of secondary education or its equivalent (GED certification, official transcript of records from an accredited higher education institution in the US.)
  2. Proof of good medical and physical health examination
  3. Signed IDPH Authorization for Healthcare Worker Background Check. Results of check must not include any disqualifying convictions.

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