Safe Care Health School, Mercer County:
Completing training as both a Phlebotomy Technician and an EKG Technician will give you an advantage in today's competitive job market. Located in Hamilton Township in Mercer County NJ, Safe Care Health School is a medical vocational school that provides quality training in a range of the most in-demand allied health fields, including a Certified Phlebotomy Technician program and a Certified EKG Technician program. However, we also give you the opportunity to complete the coursework for both these programs in our unique Combination Program.
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Combination Program (Certified Phlebotomy Technician & Certified EKG Technician)
Program Duration: 8-12 weeks / 160 hours. New session starts every 2 weeks.
This unique curriculum covers the coursework for both the Phlebotomy Technician and EKG Technician programs.
On successful completion, you are eligible to take one or both National Healthcareer Association (NHA) exams to become a certified professional in your field.
- Certified EKG Technician (CET)
The role of an Electrocardiograph (EKG) Technician includes performing electrocardiograms according to physician's orders, and according to established practices and procedures.
One of the most in-demand courses in the market today, main subjects include: medical terminology, anatomy, physiology of cardiovascular system and circulation of blood through the heart and lungs, EKG machine, EKG graph, cardiac diseases, pharmacology of cardiac diseases, surgical treatment procedures and artifacts, technical performance of EKG, and patient’s rights and safety.
- Certified Phlebotomy Technician (CPT)
Designed to help you to develop the highly technical skills of intravenous blood withdrawal, this program provides an excellent combination of classroom instruction with hands-on, practical training in our medical labs.
One of our most popular programs, the comprehensive curriculum covers core skills in medical terminology, anatomy related to phlebotomy, body systems, procedure transportation of specimens, equipment required for veni-puncture, skin puncture and arterial blood draw for blood gases, medical law and ethics, confidentiality of patients records, and much more.