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  • Phlebotomy and EKG Program

    Phlebotomy

    Part I Course Overview:

    The student will study the theory and practice of the techniques for obtaining correct blood specimens.  The student will develop an understanding of the basic anatomy and physiology of the cardiovascular system, proper collection of blood and other specimens for laboratory examination, specimen processing and handling, quality assurance, safety procedures, medico-legal aspects of phlebotomy and effective communication skills.

    Part II Course Overview:

    The purpose of the internship/clinical practicum for phlebotomy is to gain practical experience and demonstrate skill development for a variety of blood collection techniques. The student will demonstrate correct techniques and infection control precautions for all procedures.
                    
    Electrocardiography (EKG)

    Course Overview:

    Students enrolled in this course study the theory and practice of the techniques for performing electrocardiography (EKG). Students develop an understanding of the basic anatomy and electrophysiology of the cardiac system, study and perform the proper techniques involved in performing 12-Lead EKG, quality assurance, safety procedures, medico-legal aspects of electrocardiography, and effective communication skills.  In addition, the student will be able to interpret a basic EKG, evaluate common artifacts, and employ critical thinking techniques for trouble-shooting basic equipment and procedural issues
                
    Upon successful completion of the curriculum, the students will be eligible to take the national certification exams in both phlebotomy and electrocardiography.

    Class Schedule Choices:


    5 Week - Day Program
    January  21 – February  25
    Monday –Thursday   
    9:00-12:00 PM and 1:00-4:00 PM 

    7.5 Week - Evening Program 
    January 21 – March 16
    Monday –Thursday 
    6:00 - 9:30 PM

    Total cost - $1,700   
     
    Please make your $400 payment here.  
    Select Academic Program – Continuing Education
    Select Payment Type – Phlebetomy and EKG Program

    For more information, please reach out to me.

    Ramona Samuels
    Advisor for Special Programs
    646-393-8572
    rsamuels@monroecollege.edu

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