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Spanish Medical Terminology You Should Know| Nurses, Phlebs, and Med Techs/Lab |

Here I talk about 15 different terms and sayings that could come in handy when talking with ESL Spanish speaking people in a healthcare scenario, involving blood draws, or other laboratory collections.

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American Allied Health

American Allied Health offers the following national certification exams:

Pharmacy Technician

Phlebotomy Technician

EKG Technician

Medical Assistant

Patient Care Technician

Medical Coding and Billing

Veterinary Assistant

Physical Therapy Aide


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Phlebotomy Lesson 1.2 Phlebotomy Professionals

This lesson reviews phlebotomy as a profession and discusses character traits desireable for this profession. This is an essential lesson for those that are considering a career in laboratory sciences or specimen collection. This lesson is presented in an easily understandable format and is suitable for students, phlebotomists, laboratory personnel, nurses, cnas, medical assistants and other allied health professionals.


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Medical Assistant – What is a Medical Assistant?

The current basics of medical assisting! This video is great for anyone looking into a medical assistant program or they are currently in school! This video goes over the expected clinical and administrative tasks for us medical assistants, as well as the cautions you need when learning about medical assisting from a school.

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Phlebotomy Training

Phlebotomy training provides information on where to attend phlebotomy training schools so that one can become a licensed phlebotomist. offers career advice for future phlebotomists who are looking for information regarding how to obtain a phlebotomy certification, where to attend phlebotomy training classes in each state, and recent information concerning employment opportunities.

The first step in phlebotomist training is to choose the right program that will help you prepare for the certification. You can take some time and do some research on phlebotomy, the requirements and the best colleges to go to for the training. This will help you to get a clear picture as to what phlebotomy is and why you need it to succeed in the medical services industry. Jobs related to phlebotomy come with a handsome salary package and thus they are worth the hassle.

Phlebotomy training classes are offered in a wide range of institutions. These include vocational centers, technical colleges, and also community colleges. Thanks to advancements in technology, you can also pursue a certification in phlebotomy through the online platform. It really does not matter what school you enroll at but it is important to make sure that it is accredited by at least one of the main accrediting bodies such as ASPT as mentioned above.

Since the major role of a phlebotomist is drawing blood from patients, phlebotomist classes are mainly focused on teaching students the fundamental elements of venipuncture. Most colleges offer programs that are accredited by the American Society of Phlebotomy Technicians (ASPT) and this means that you will have to go through 90 hours of theory studies in physiology, human anatomy, medical terminology and also venipuncture practices and procedures.

These 90 hours are added on to 120 hours in which you have to go through extensive hands-on training. The hands-on training is carried out both in college and at externship in a clinic. This is intended to make sure that you can apply what you have learnt in class in the real life setting.

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