Licensed by the Commission for Independent Education (#2829)
and Approved by the FL Board of Nursing (#1383)
"Therefore, seeing we have this ministry,
as we have received mercy, we faint not."
II Corinthians 4:1
If you have ever wanted to draw blood for clinical or medical testing, transfusions, donations, or research, we have a few options available to get your started.
*Transportation from the bus stop at Normandy and Memorial Park (Walgreens parking lot) is available upon request.
This is the full class to take your NHA national certification.
Cost: $495 (includes national exam)
Textbook can be bought new ($80), used (as little as $40), or rented from various websites.
• Class meets Wednesday and Friday, for 4 weeks with National Exam following
Class meets Wednesday and Friday
• The curriculum is designed for the novice, as well as the medical professional
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A Phlebotomist serves patients by:
•Verifying test requisitions by comparing information with nursing station log; bringing discrepancies to the attention of unit personnel.
•Verifying patient by reading patient identification.
•Obtaining blood specimens by performing venipunctures and finger sticks.
•Maintaining specimen integrity by using aseptic technique, following department procedures; observing isolation procedures.
•Collecting therapeutic drug-monitoring assays by collaborating with nursing personnel to ensure appropriate drug dose to collection time.
•Tracking collected specimens by initialing, dating, and noting times of collection; maintaining daily tallies of collections performed.
•Monitoring glucose levels by performing bedside glucose tests; recording results; reporting results to unit nurse-manager.
•Performing bleeding-times tests by entering results to the computer; notifying pathologist of results falling outside normal ranges.
•Maintaining quality results by following department procedures and testing schedule; recording results in the quality-control log; identifying and reporting needed changes.
•Maintaining safe, secure, and healthy work environment by following standards and procedures; complying with legal regulations.
•Resolving unusual test orders by contacting the physician, pathologist, nursing station, or reference laboratory; referring unresolved orders back to the originator for further clarification; notifying supervisor of unresolved orders.
•Updating job knowledge by participating in educational opportunities; reading professional publications; maintaining personal networks; participating in professional organizations.
•Serving and protecting the hospital community by adhering to professional standards, hospital policies and procedures, federal, state, and local requirements, and Joint Commission standards.
•Enhancing phlebotomy department and hospital reputation by accepting ownership for accomplishing new and different requests; exploring opportunities to add value to job accomplishments. (Monster.com, 2017)
Phlebotomist Skills and Qualifications:
Analyzing Information, Infection Control, Bedside Manner, Attention to Detail, Lab Environment, Procedural Skills, Quality Focus, Hospital Environment, Creating a Safe, Effective Environment, Performing Diagnostic Procedures, Informing Others (Monster.com, 2017)
Get in touch!
7867 Lakeland Street
Jacksonville, FL 32221
P: (904) 378-0102
F: (904) 378-0104
Mon-Fri: 9:00am - 3:00pm