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|Garden City Campus
28050 Ford Rd, Ste C
Garden City, MI 48135734-762-3220
3727 E. 15 Mile Rd.
Sterling Heights, MI 48310313-461-6668 or 586-343-4598
Phlebotomy Career Training understands the adult students need for a quality education, hands on learning atmosphere and fast track career path.
Professor Kimmel, director of the school, has complied all her years of experience as a university professor to build courses with a curriculum designed to graduate proficient and competent students in their prospective medical field career choice. Professor Kimmel has recently earned her MSN-FNP through Walden University, graduating Magnum Cum Laude with a 3.88 GPA. She is now a Family Nurse Practitioner. Professor Kimmel stated, “When exploring other schools and what they have to offer, each and every student should expect high quality education. Students can be assured that they will receive the highest quality professional education at a 1/10 of the cost of most schools. Why trust your training to others who have only minimal work experience and little to no teaching experience. Instead, invest your hard earned money in a school where you will be trained by medical professionals who not only have done over 400,000 blood draws but have also university training and education to help each and every student achieve their goals and exceed their expectations.”
Professor Kimmel has written several books, Pass The N.E.T., EKG/Telemetry and Phlebotomy Career Training manual on Phlebotomy. Professor Kimmel is also a Certified Hazardous Materials Manager, of which there are only 6000 across the world. Professor Kimmel earned her CHMM through the Institute of Hazardous Materials in 2002 after earning her Ph.D in Environmental Engineering in 2002. Each student graduating with the Hazardous Materials Handler program will receive Professor Kimmel’s seal from the I.H.M.M. embossed on their certification.
Professor Kimmel is the only one who has developed a scope of practice for phlebotomy technicians in the State of Michigan and is currently working with local congressional representatives to bring about licensure legislation for phlebotmists. Professor Kimmel states, “There are too many untrained and under trained practicing phlebotomy technicians in the State of Michigan who are placing patients at risk of hospital acquired infections due to their lack of knowledge and insufficient training. This has to change. Over 250,000 patients die yearly due to hospital acquired infections. It is not far fetched to implicate many of these infections from the improper sterile technique and unsafe methods which are being propagated by inexperienced and poorly trained medical assistive staff. Many training programs in phlebotomy are established to push through as many students as possible. The big problem is that not everyone is on the same page with regard to training. While some schools teach hand draws and others teach that any vein is a viable vein, there becomes a huge knowledge base discrepancy. Every profession needs a scope of practice to help individuals know what they can and cannot do. The practice of phlebotomy is a minor invasive surgical procedure which must be treated as such. The needle is sterile and is going into 6 layers of epidermis prior to penetrating the tunica media of the vein. Until everyone is on the same page, patients are being placed in danger from those phlebotomists who are unaware of the risks their actions pose.”
Our instructors have been with Phlebotomy Career Training since opening its doors in 2009.
Ms. Melaine Cronk is a Bachelor of Science graduate of Kinesiology from Kansas State University. She received a full 4 year scholarship. Her experience in the medical field is vast. She has been employed as a Kinesiologist, phlebtomist and wound care specialist in the Beaumont Health System since 1999. Her expertise in phlebotomy far exceeds many in the field as evidenced by her achieving over 500,000 blood draws. Ms. Cronk’s educational milestones include scoring a 712 on the MCAT’s exam, which automatically provided her with a full scholarship through medical school. Due to an family members illness, she had to return to Michigan and postpone medical school, later entering the halls of academia as an educator. We are very fortunate to have Ms. Cronk as an instructor at Phlebotomy Carer Training. Her educational accomplishments and dedication to teaching have helped hundreds of students become successfully employed in their prospective fields of discipline.
PCT offers medical certification courses designed for the busy adult.
Who are our students? They are the working parents, the full time graduate students looking to gain clinical experience, the stay at home parents seeking a new career, college grads, retirees, engineers, PhD’s, MD’s Pharmacists, Medical Assistants, nursing students, pre-nursing students, auto workers, high school grads, RN’s, LPN’s and many more.
Why decide to go to Phlebotomy Career Training? PCT offers classes that meet one day per week. Many of the classes that PCT offers, are only 6 weeks in duration with flexible clinical practice hours. Students are trained and ready to work, once they have completed their course.
Currently we are offering amazing specials and combination programs to help each student increase their earning potential by training them in a multitude of medical professions.
Our newest additions to our already robust certifications include; Pharmacy technician, Medical Billing and Coding.
Some of our specials include the most newest one to be launched; Phlebotomy Technician for only $500, which includes the National EKG exam along with hands on demonstration of EKG lead placement, not to mention this new special includes the National Phlebotomy Exam through the NAPTP (National Association of Phlebotomy Technician Professionals). The NAPTP is one of the newest phlebotomy associations which cater to only the highest trained phlebotomy graduates. Phlebotomy Career Training is very proud to be chosen as one of the first schools to be accepted by this prestigious organization. PCT has developed working relationships with many hospitals and clinics throughout the State of Michigan over the past 8 years, facilitating clinical externships for phlebotomy. Professor Kimmel states, “Externships in real world settings is especially helpful for new phlebotomists to build their confidence and hone their technique. Students who complete the phlebotomy course at PCT and go to an externship can expect to have over 200 draws upon completion.
The National I.V. Association has also accepted Phlebotomy Career Training as an approved school for I.V. Technician and I.V. Therapy training. Phlebotomy Career Training has also be recently approved for I.V.Certification for Toledo, Ohio LPN programs.
Another new course set to hit the presses is our Super 20. As unbelievable as this may seem, PCT has taken all of their best certifications and is now offering them for a fraction of the course. The Super 20 includes the following certifications;
Clinical Medical Assistant
Patient Care Technician
Clinical Laboratory Assistant
National EKG exam
National Telemetry Association Cardiac Arrhythmia Technician exam
National I.V. Technician exam
National Phlebotomy Technician exam
Pharmacy Technician Certification
Medical Billing and Coding Certification
Accredited Clinical Medical Assistant exam through the A.M.C.A., which also includes the
National Phlebotomy Technician through the A.M.C.A.
National EKG exam through the A.M.C.A.
Cardio-Phlebotomy Technician (an exclusive program offered only through PCT)
Hazardous Materials Manager
This program includes all books and study materials. Additionally, student are matriculated to into clinical externships at local urgent care and physician offices for a total of 204 clinical hours. Students are given individual attention and have hands on instruction in the classroom from our MSN nurse instructors and medical professionals. As unbelievable as this sounds, Professor Kimmel is dedicated to prepare each student to become educated to their maximum potential and enter into the job force with undeniable proficiency in their field. This and more has been accomplished over the last 8 years that the school has been in operation.
The Super 20 program is now available for $2500. This program would normally cost over $11,000. Students can expect to complete all educational requirement within 6 months. In house financing is available for everyone.
Students can feel confident that they will have the necessary skills to begin work immediately after graduation. We prepare students with hands on experience from day one of training. Our phlebotomy and cardio-phlebotomy students are given the opportunity to perform up to 30 live venipunctures at our school. Each student has their own personal instructor during draws days, to ensure that their technique is the same each and every time. All of our instructors have over 20 years experience in phlebotomy and medical laboratory technology, and are deeply committed to providing students with the best education possible. Once students are done with their draws and have graduated, the are offered an externship at local labs and hospitals.
PCT has also developed many online programs which can be completed at the student’s own pace. These online programs have been taken by individuals across the United States over the past 8 years.
Phlebotomy Career Training is pleased to announce that we are the only school in the state of Michigan to offer the Cardio-Phlebotomy, Telemetry and I.V Technician Certifications.
At Phlebotomy Career Training, our teachers take great care in training students in new skills,to help them embark on new careers.
Since 2010, Phlebotomy Career Training has been graduating Michigan residents in the professions of Phlebotomy (more) , Cardio-Phlebotomy, Telemetry, Certified Nursing Assistants, EKG Technician, IV Technicians and Hazardous Materials Handlers, Medical Assistant,
New courses just approved include:
Clinical Laboratory Assistant
Patient Care Technician
Online Courses Now Offered
Phlebotomy Career Training
A Typical Draw Day at Phlebotomy Career Training: