You’re so calm, other people relax because of you. You’re also organized. That’s why a career as a phlebotomy technician could be good for you. So read on.
As a UMA phlebotomy technician student in Tampa or Clearwater, you’ll learn how to help calm patients and draw blood safely, properly dispose of biohazard material, enter patient information into a computer and more. If you’re interested in training for this career in as little as three months, we should talk.1
Students enrolled in this program receive 80 hours of hands-on experience under the supervision of a professional in a medical office or clinic. This includes learning a variety of day-to-day tasks that may be common for this career field. Some externships have led to an employment opportunity for the participating student. All UMA externships are unpaid.
Classes at UMA prepare you to take the Certified Phlebotomy Technician (CPT) exam. Ultimate Medical Academy has a team in place, ready to help you focus on exam-relevant material and tutor you in areas where you might need extra help.
Graduates with a phlebotomy technician diploma and certification can go on to entry-level positions as a phlebotomist, lab assistant, or patient service technician. Working environments include hospitals, doctor offices, nursing homes, medical clinics, and more. This career field is projected to grow 27% from 2012 to 2022.2
Average program length is 3 months (may vary according to individual student).
This program can be completed in as little as 3 months.
90% of employers of UMA graduates who responded to a survey said they would hire other UMA graduates.
This program is offered at our Tampa and Clearwater campuses.
Gainful employment information can be found at ultimatemedical.edu/gainful-employment.pdf
and includes information on tuition, loan debt, completion, placement and occupations.
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The whole time I have been in school I have had a great support system. I want to thank my adviser for always being there for me when I had questions or concerns. I have enjoyed going to school so much at UMA. —Gretchen C., UMA Student
—Gretchen C., UMA Student