Blood is drawn and prepared for medical tests, treatments, and donation by phlebotomists. Blood is collected by phlebotomists via blood collection. Healthcare, clinics, outpatient clinics, testing centers, and blood collection centers are common places for phlebotomists to practice. Getting ready patients for blood sampling, validating patient names and ensuring adequate labeling of gathering vials, clarifying the blood draw or transfusion method to sick people, guiding anxious patients across blood draws, conducting blood draws and transfusions, assisting patients who feel severe reactions just after a blood draw, identifying, categorizing, and tracking samples taken are just a few of the responsibilities of a phlebotomist. Many workplaces need non-degree diplomas or certificates from a recognized college, institution, technical college, or professional institution for phlebotomist work. Candidates may also be required to get and retain accreditation from a certifying organization by their employment. A career in phlebotomy comes with a lot of perks, including interesting work and a good salary.
Name: Danielle Kest
Address: 915 Locust Street, Albany, GA 31701
Phone: 203 – 314-7259
Email: [email protected]
Freshly certified phlebotomist with a knack for establishing confidence with nervous patients and little children. In a fast-paced healthcare setting, adept at gathering venipuncture specimens and maintaining records. Capable of remaining calm under stress and has a thorough understanding of infection prevention best practices. Seeking a job as a Phlebotomist at Care Lab, where I can apply my knowledge and abilities in laboratory sessions and testing methods to deliver the best results possible.
- Medical terminology understanding
- Awareness of various venipuncture procedures and places
- 200+ good blood draws in a row
- Very well-organized
- Assortment of biometrics
- Team member who keeps track of everything
- Collection and processing of samples
- Outstanding interpersonal and organizational skills
- Extensive laboratory skills
- Exceptional capacity to work with patients from all backgrounds
Jan 2021 – Sept 2021
Utilizing capillary and micro-techniques, urine and blood samples were collected.
In the medical record, confirmed specimen collecting information was entered.
Methods for measuring bleeding time were carried out.
Interacted with patients and employees to update them on the status of their orders.
Observed the rules and procedures that had been created
Certified Phlebotomy Technician
ACI Medical & Dental School, Albany, GA
High School: Central High School
American Society of Phlebotomy