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Phlebotomy/Phlebotomy Bridge-MA

Phlebotomy is when a needle takes blood from a vein for diagnosis or treatment.

Diagnostic Purposes: Phlebotomy is often used to collect blood samples for laboratory testing. These tests help diagnose diseases.

They also measure the level of certain substances in the blood. And determine the effectiveness of a treatment.

Therapeutic Purposes: Phlebotomy is used in some cases as a treatment method. For example, doctors use it to treat hemochromatosis, a condition caused by too much iron in the body.

Regular blood removal helps maintain iron levels at a healthy level.

Certified Nursing Assistant

A Certified Nursing Assistant, CNA, is a healthcare professional. CNAs provide patient care under Registered Nurses (RNs) or Licensed Practical Nurses (LPNs).

CNAs work in various settings, including hospitals and nursing homes. They also work in assisted living facilities and private homes.

Duties of a Certified Nursing Assistant:

  • Basic patient care
  • Vital Sign Monitoring
  • Patient Observation
  • Assisting with Medical Procedures
  • Communication and Documentation
  • Maintaining Cleanliness and Hygiene
  • Nutritional Support
  • Emotional Support
  • Infection Control
  • Team Collaboration
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Electrocardiogram (EKG)

An EKG Technician plays a crucial role in helping patients. They master the art of electrocardiography. As an EKG Technician, we will train you to perform the task of administering EKG tests.

EKGs have ample job opportunities in hospitals, clinics, and other healthcare settings.


  • Work with patients, monitoring cardiac rhythms.
  • Collaborate with medical professionals for accurate heart health assessments.

Medical Assistant

Medical Assistants are vital healthcare professionals. They support physicians and other health professionals in clinics or medical offices.

They blend administrative and clinical tasks, ensuring the efficient operation of healthcare facilities.

Skills required include good communication, organizational abilities, basic clinical knowledge, and administrative skills.

Some Duties Include:

  • Administrative: Scheduling appointments, managing patient records, billing and coding, and front desk operations.
  • Clinical: Prepare patients for exams. Record vital signs and patient history and assist in examinations. Collect lab specimens. Administer medications and injections.
  • Other Tasks: Depending on training, they may include specialized medical tasks. For example, EKGs or phlebotomy. They may also be responsible for equipment sterilization and supply management.
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