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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 career choice.
PCT offers medical certification courses designed for the busy adult.
At Phlebotomy Career Training, our teachers take great care in training students in new skills,to help them embark on new careers.
Since 2009, 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. New classes that have just been added include Pharmacy Technician, Home Health Aide and Medication Aide.
Students can feel confident that they will have the necessary skills to begin work immediately after graduation.
Location: 28050 Ford Rd Garden City, MI 8135
Our hours of operation: Monday – Friday from 9:00 am until 5:00 pm with hours on Saturday from 9:00 am -12 noon. We can be reached at:
(734) 762-3220, or on our administrators mobile lines at
Phlebotomy Career Training specializes in training medical personnel in a variety of specializations. Courses range from 4 weeks to 5 months in duration. Students can expected professional educators and quality instruction throughout their course. Hands on training in the classroom helps the student feel confident as they learn to apply their new skills. Classes are offered at the school as well as online, depending upon the program of choice. PCT has been educating students and professionals throughout the U.S. with online programs for over 8 years.
Phlebotomy Career Training is now in its 8th year of training qualified phlebotomists, certified nursing assistants, medical assistants, pharmacy techs, ekg techs and dialysis technicians. We would like to share our educational achievements with the world. By doing so, we would also like to offer everyone a coupon for $25 toward their next course, books or other merchandise. Phlebotomy Career Training specializes in fast track hands on training in the medical field. Training medical personnel is a great responsibility. Our instructors take their work seriously. Training students to become responsible, competent and compassionate health care providers is the goal and missions of our school. We currently have contracts with many hospitals and clinics throughout the state of Michigan. Our students come from all parts of the state and out of state to take our courses and we are thankful for their dedication and commitment. Our educators have over 20 years of experience in the medical field and many are working full-time as well. Our mission is to bring theory and practice into the classroom.
Our graduate students have become physicians, dentists, physician assistants, nurses and other medical professionals. Their training in class has helped them accomplish their goals. We are proud of each and every one our students. We will continue to bring excellence into the classroom as we develop new curriculum and add more courses to our schools repertoire of certifications.
Nancy Kimmel RN, PhD, CHMM, MSN FNP (2016)
Office: 734-762-3220, Mobile (313) 826-2381 Mobile: (313) 461-6668
Courses that are offered:
￼Payment plans accepted:
Cardio-Phlebotomy Technician $800 (7 Certifications) (Online option only $600)
Cardio-Phlebotomy is the study of skin puncture and venipuncture for the purpose of collecting blood for laboratory testing, with a specialization in the cardiovascular system and clinical laboratory sciences. The course includes principles of proper phlebotomy technique, specimen processing, patient care, maintenance and use of equipment, record keeping and basic principles of anatomy and physiology, disease process, therapeutic communication, hazardous materials management, IV insertion techniques, clinical laboratory processing and testing, medication and cardiac arrhythmia interpretation. Students enrolling in this program do not need any prior medical experience. Certifications with the new course include: Cardio-Phlebotomy, IV Tech, National Telemetry Exam, Telemetry Certification, Clinical Laboratory Assistant, Medication Aide and Electro-cardiogram national exam. Students are eligible to sit for the national phlebotomy exam through the AMCA or the N.C.C.T. Externships through local hospitals are available upon successful completion of the course.
Phlebotomy Technician $500 (Online option $299) Now includes the National EKG Exam and National Phlebotomy Exam through the N.A. P.T.P. (National Association of Phebotomy Technician Professionals)
A phlebotomist is responsible for obtaining blood samples from patients either in an out-patient setting or in a hospital. A phlebotomist must understand how to maintain a sterile field while using venipuncture collection needles and tubes. Order of draw must be adhered to at all times, in order for the lab to process the blood properly and obtain optimal results. The phlebotomist must be compassionate and professional at all times, providing the utmost respect for their patients of all ages. Phlebotomist perform venipunctures on infants, children, elderly and adults. Our phlebotomy instructors are all currently working as phlebotomist in hospitals and have over 20 years experience in the medical field. Phlebotomy Career Training requires students to perform venipunctures under the supervision of their instructors through Garden City Diagnostic Labs on site.
Students are offered national certification through either the A.M.C. A. or the N.C.C.T. upon completion of 25 -30 successful venipunctures, as well as 40 hours of off site clinical rotation and 100 venipunctures through the schools contracted hospital lab sites.
Certified Nursing Assistant $675 (includes Home Health Aide and Medication Aide Certifications)
This course is entirely in class. The CNA class is a 75 hour course. Students meet in classroom and attend clinicals.
Students will be able to sit for the Michigan Certifying CENA exam through Thompson Prometric upon completion of the course. Materials Provided. To become a certified nurse aide in Michigan 1 Complete the Michigan Nurse Aide Competency Evaluation Registration form. The registration form is also available online at www.prometric.com/NurseAide/MI. 2 Prepare for your tests, using the content outlines in this bulletin—Page 11. 3 Take your tests at your scheduled regional test site. Be sure to bring the necessary identification with you to the test site—Page 4. 4 Once you have passed both tests, Prometric will send you your certificate and you will be placed on the Michigan Registry. Certified nursing assistants play a key role as members of the comprehensive healthcare team in a variety of medical settings – CNAs are employed in hospitals, long-term care facilities, nursing homes, community care facilities and as home health aides in patient’s homes. Regardless of where you work, many of your responsibilities will be the same; however, some duties may differ depending on the type of facility or location of employment. Our instructors are all RN’s with the Train The Trainer Certification through the state of Michigan and with years of experience in patient care and clinical instruction of nurses. Phlebotomy Career Training’s Nurses Aide Training Program number is as follows: NATP #N09014
Clinical Medical Assistant with 10 Certifications $999 (Online only option $600)
Certifications include Clinical Medical Assistant, IV Tech, Patient Care Tech, EKG Tech, National EKG Exam, Telemetry Tech, National Telemetry Exam, Medication Aide, Clinical Lab Assistant, Phlebotomy Tech.
Classes meet Monday’s and Tuesdays. Evening classes meet from 5-10pm and daytime classes meet from 8-2pm.
PCT’s clinical medical assistant course is a 12 week program. Students attend class for 6 hours twice a week for 6 weeks after which they will then come to the school to finish their blood draws.
The medical assistant job description for a clinical assistant is generally more diverse than that of an administrative assistant. The specific duties of a clinical medical assistant are determined by State law, which defines the tasks the assistant may perform in the absence of a physician. A clinical medical assistant is typically allowed to do the following:
- examine patients and administer medication
- record the vital signs of a patient and even create a medical record
- performing laboratory tests
- taking X-Rays
- removing sutures
- dressing wounds
- authorizing prescriptions.
MEGA 12 (includes all above certifications plus Medical Billing and Coding and Pharmacy Technician) $1500 with payment plans available, all books and study materials are included.
SUPER 20 (this program includes all the above certifications along with National exams for Medical Assistant, Phlebotomy and EKG through the AMCA, with Dialysis Technician and Hazardous Materials Handler Certification) This program is $2500 with in house financing available) All books and study materials are included.
Patient Care Technician $500 (Online option $399)
- Patient Care Technician Certification
- Phlebotomy Technician Certification
- EKG Technician Certification
Dialysis Technician $600 (Online option $400)
This course is designed to fill the needs of students who desire the skills to work as a medical health care provider in hospitals, dialysis clinics, blood banks, emergency rooms and urgent care facilities. Students will learn skills that incorporate the following disciplines, phlebotomy, IV insertion, EKG lead placement as well as hands on patient contact and assisting patients with personal care.
. The course includes principles of proper care of the dialysis patient, phlebotomy technique, specimen processing, patient care, maintenance and use of equipment, recordkeeping and basic principles of anatomy and physiology, disease process, therapeutic communication, and patient assessment
I.V. Technician $299 (Online or inlcass)
All students will receive an approved Michigan certificate as a I.V. Technician. Previous medical background as phlebotomist, Medical Assistant, RN, LPN, Physician or Dentist are required. Many of our students are LPN who are seeking this certification to get into the fast track RN program, Welcome to everyone!
EKG Technician with 4 Certification $350 (Online only)
This is a 4 certification course. Students will earn their Electrocardiogram Certification, Telemetry Technician (Cardiac Monitor Technician Certification) and will have access to the National Telemetry Certification and the National ECG exam. Students have up to 6 months to complete this course. This is an entirely online course. Students enrolling in this course will register online and receive unlimited access to PCT’s web based learning platform, which includes videos from classroom lectures, interactive quizzes, exams and much more. Students will receive an email from their own personal instructor upon registering for the course. Students can expect their instructor to reach out to them within 24 hours after purchasing course. A hard copy book will be mailed out to the students after registering. This course was designed for national and international students seeking certification in the various cardiovascular fields. The online course meets the national required standards. Phlebotomy Career Training is a licensed proprietary school in the state of Michigan since 2009.
Pharmacy Technician $1000 (Online option only $400)
The Pharmacy Technician online program is a self paced course in which the student will have personal instruction during their studies. This course is entirely online and taught by Nancy Kimmel Licensed Pharmacy Technician and RN. Students will utilize the Davis Drug Guide current edition along with printed materials provided during class. The Davis Drug Guide can be purchased through book sellers and online. Pharmacy technicians help licensed pharmacists prepare prescription medications, provide customer service, and perform administrative duties within a variety of practice settings, including community, health-system, and federal pharmacy. They are generally responsible for receiving prescription requests, counting tablets, labeling bottles, maintaining patient profiles, preparing insurance claim forms, and performing administrative functions such as answering phones, stocking shelves, and operating cash registers.
Certification is the process by which a non-governmental association or agency grants recognition to an individual who has met predetermined qualifications specified by that association or agency. The PTCE is recognized in all 50 states even though regulations to work as a pharmacy technician vary from state to state. Contact your State Board of Pharmacy for more information. The National Association of Boards of Pharmacy is an additional resource.
Telemetry Technician $175 (Online only option)
Cardiac Monitor Technicians are also known as Telemetry Technicians. They are responsible for recognizing dangerous heart arrhythmia abnormalities and promptly notifying physicians and nurses in charge. The role of a monitor tech is one that carries a large responsibility. This is due to the fact that they are usually the only person who knows when a patient is in distress by watching the monitors in front of them. The job market for Telemetry Technicians is increasing as nurses are given more responsibilities and cannot always monitor their patient’s cardiac rhythms. Student of this course will learn to recognize over 30 different rhythms as well a the types of medications that are used to treat cardiac abnormalities. Upon course completion, student’s will be given access to take the National Telemetry Exam. With this exam they will be certified to work throughout the United States and internationally. They will receive a certification number that will also be published on the National Telemetry Associations website.
Medical Billing and Coding (includes EMR/EHR review) $600 online only
Hazardous Material Handler $175 (online only)
Basic Life Support CPR Class $75 for non-students, $55 for current and past students
This course will be held monthly. Students and visitors wishing to take this course should call the school for more details. This course provides student with the American Heart Association card for Basic Life Support for Health Care Providers. The training provides CPR for infants, child and adult, choking , AED.