Saudhi Parameds, Phlebotomy Training & Certification, Maitland, FL

Saudhi Param​eds

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We offer Paramedical physical exams and mobile phlebotomy services in Central Florida area since 2012 and now serving clients nationwide.

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At Saudhi Parameds in Maitland, Florida, 

We take pride in providing quality training sessions to help people understand what phlebotomy, EKG, and CPR mean and how to practice each. Read more below.

CPR/AED/FIRST AID (ADULT AND CHILD)

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This course will prepare you to recognize and care for a variety of first aid, breathing, and cardiac emergencies involving adults, children, and infants and meets OSHA/workplace requirements. The online portion of this blended course features award-winning simulation learning an interactive experience where you will respond to real-world emergencies in a virtual setting, which will prepare you for the instructor-led classroom skill session.


The online portion must be completed before attending the in-class portion and must be taken on a Flash-enabled PC with a high-speed Internet connection. Allow 2 hours 45 minutes to complete the online part if you are new to First Aid/CPR/AED training or 55 minutes if you have previously received certification. Upon successful completion of this course, you will receive a digital certificate for Adult and Pediatric First Aid/CPR/AED valid for two years. Online components need to be completed before attending the skills session.


Please bring a copy of your successful completion with you to the class, CPR/First Aid/AED (Adult and Child) training.


*1.5 hours training in person

Phlebotomy Training

Job Outlook

According to the U.S. Department of Labor, the number of jobs for Phlebotomy Technicians is expected to continue to grow by as much as 20% in 2018, due to a population that enjoys a longer life expectancy and new and improved medical testing procedures. The positive outlook for Phlebotomy careers also benefits from a variety of medical settings that employs these specialized technicians.


Phlebotomists have the option of finding work in hospitals, blood donation centers, and on-site blood testing facilities. The choice of where to practice depends upon the desires of each individual. Hospitals may offer more competitive wages, but they are harder to gain employment due to a high volume of applicants. On-site testing centers provide an attractive option because they give the added perk of the ability to travel while working.


Overall, the medical industry is continually growing and making advancements in the way we treat patients. Therefore careers in the industry are expected to continue to grow steadily for at least the next few years. As the healthcare industry expands through technological advances in medicine along with the growth and aging of the population, there will be an increased need for all types of healthcare workers. Due to the pandemic, there are more vacancies for phlebotomists.

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of Labor

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Statistics

Occupational Outlook Handbook







Requirements

  • Training work/experience must include a minimum of 100 successful venipunctures and 50 capillary sticks.
  • Candidates must be able to provide written proof of training or experience and documentation of education completion.
  • Vaccinations and booster shots, you must get the required shots as well as the tuberculosis test.
  • Possess a High School Diploma or Equivalent.
  • Have completed a training program or one year within the field.
  • Have a clean background check.

Training Courses

        • Venipuncture Procedures
        • Study Guide
        • Practice Test
        • Hands-On
  • Final Test
  • Certificate of completion at the end of the course
  • The requirement must have an active PT certification

  • Chapter I, II, and III: Phlebotomy Practice and Quality Assessment, Communication, Computer Essentials, and Documentation, Professional Ethics, Legal Regulatory Issues.
  • Chapter IV, V, and VI: Infection Control, Safety, and First Aid, Medical Terminology, Anatomy, and Physiology of Organ Systems.
  • Chapter VII, VIII, and IX: The Cardiovascular and Lymphatic Systems, Blood Collection Equipment for venipuncture and Capillary Specimens, Preexamination/Preanalytical Complications Causing Medical Errors in blood Collection.
  • Chapter X, XI, and XII: Venipuncture Procedures, Capillary Blood Specimens, Specimen Handling, Transportation, and Processing.
  • Chapter XIII, XIV, XV: Pediatric and Geriatric Procedures, Point-of-Care Collections, Blood Cultures, Arterial Intravenous (IV), and special Collection Procedures.
  • Chapter XVI and XVII: Urinalysis, Body Fluids, and Other Specimens, Drug Use, Forensic Toxicology, Workplace Testing, Sports Medicine, and Related Areas.
  • Certificate of completion at the end of the course

Accredited by AMT

5 Weeks Training 

A "Paramed" is the industry's term for a paramedical examiner – a trained medical professional who completes the medical portion of a person's application for life, health, disability, and long term care policies. You must have your CPT Certification active to take this course.

Certificate of Completion 

120 Hours

Certification $180

Accredited by AMT

  • Basic Anatomy and Physiology of the Heart
  • ECG Recording and ECG Leads
  • The Components of the ECG Waves and Intervals
  • P waves and Atrial Abnormalities
  • Chamber Enlargement and Hypertrophy
  • Intraventricular Conduction Defects
  • Coronary Artery Disease and Acute Coronary Syndromes
  • Acute Pericarditis
  • The ECG in Extracardiac Disease
  • Sinus Node Dysfunction
  • Premature Ventricular Complexes
  • Atrioventricular Block
  • Atrial Rhythm Disorders
  • Ventricular Tachycardia
  • Ventricular Fibrillation and Ventricular Flutter
  • Preexcitation and Wolff-Parkinson-White Syndrome (WPW)
  • Electrolyte Abnormalities
  • Electrophysiologic Concepts
  • Antiarrhythmic Drugs
  • Pacemakers and their ECG's
  • Errors in Electrocardiography Monitoring Computerized ECG, Other Sites of ECG Recording
  • How to read an ECG



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