Excellent Career in a Short Time

Excellent Career In A Short Time

Are you interested in the medical field but do not have the time or money to attend medical school or a costly long term college? We have a great solution for you. You can become a Phlebotomy technician in as little as 16 weeks at US Colleges.

As a Phlebotomy technician you’re the talk of the health care
facility? In the medical laboratory, you are often one of the only individuals at the medical lab that interacts with patients. In this career field, your sole responsibility is to collect blood samples from patients.

As a Phlebotomy technician, you will contribute to the health and wellness
of the patients you interact with on a daily basis. Just think about it for a minute you can help to diagnose and treat illnesses. How rewarding is that!

At US Colleges, you can become a Phlebotomy Tech in just 16 weeks.
We provide you all the essential classroom training you will need as well as
hands-on training. Upon graduation, you will be ready to jump-start your success in the medical field, and our career services team members will help you long the way.

Take advantage of our accelerated program and start your excellent career today.

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