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S P Care Phlebotomy Training London
96 Harley Street, W1G 7HY,
Westminster, Greater London,
W1G 7HY.
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About Us Phlebotomy Training London. The No 1 choice for Phlebotomy Training S P Care Phlebotomy Training is led by Mr Davies Consultant, and a team of Health care professionals. We will be with you every step of the way until you achieve your career goals The choice should be easy to make!! If you want to be the best, then train with the best! All students are trained at our medical consulting rooms, and at NHS settings Phlebotomists are specialised clinical support workers / assistant healthcare scientists who collect blood from patients for examination in laboratories, the results of which, provide valuable information to diagnosing illness. Demand for phlebotomists is on the rise. In fact, an analysis of healthcare jobs over the past year revealed almost 6, 000 vacant positions for phlebotomists. In addition, the field is expected to grow as much as 19 percent through 2020 Theory training is delivered from our Consulting Medical Rooms while practical training is delivered in a NHS Clinic. Part 1- Theory Training includes understanding of the basics of Phlebotomy. legal aspects of Phlebotomy, Infection control, Health and Safety You will also practice on a mannequin. On completion this leads to receiving a Certificate of Attendance. It also includes registration, all the course materials, refreshments / lunch Part 2- Practical training includes Live Blood Sessions. This is the practical part of the training and it takes place at an NHS Phlebotomy clinic.. Candidates take blood from real patients under the supervision of a trainer and receive an NHS Certificate of Competence at the completion of this part of the training. We have courses for Medical Background Candidates and Non-Medical Background Candidates Phlebotomy, also referred to as venipuncture, is the surgical puncture of a vein in order to draw blood from a patient via medical needles. It’s carried out by a qualified phlebotomist, and the blood is then studied by a physician to determine the health of a patient. The blood may also be used for another patient in need of a blood transfusion. Nurses and many other medical staff generally have training in phlebotomy, and in fact many students who intend to go on to become professional doctors may start in a hospital or medical facility working as a phlebotomist. The procedure begins by the phlebotomist first verifying the patient’s identity and preparing the necessary equipment. At this point the phlebotomist washes his or her hands and / or places on gloves. The patient’s arm is then placed on a flat surface so that it is extended and well supported. After selecting a distal and accessible vein, the phlebotomist applies a tourniquet just a few inches above the selected infusion site and the patient is usually instructed to clench his or her hand. The selected site is thoroughly cleaned using an alcohol pad and allowed to dry before inserting the needle. Once the blood has begun flowing into the collection tube, the tourniquet is removed and the patient is instructed to relax his or her hand. Once the required samples are collected, the needle is withdrawn and gauze is firmly placed and held over the infusion site. The tube(s) are then labeled and any contaminated materials are disposed of properly. The sample of blood taken from a patient has to be prepared for laboratory testing, so it’s important it’s handled properly to prevent it from becoming contaminated in any way. One of the most important aspects of working as a phlebotomist is to be able to reassure nervous patients, particularly children, and to become proficient at drawing blood without causing distress or pain. Taking blood from patients is an extremely important part of any medical procedure as it helps to establish the patient’s medical condition. Diagnosis of their problem is the first step in making sure they receive the correct treatment in order to facilitate a cure. We specialise in core-competency skill training for medical practitioners, healthcare workers and those wishing to enter the medical arena with the necessary basic skills to gain new employment opportunities. Our Values At S P Care Phlebotomy Training we are committed to the core values that make us a successful organisation. They are; •We put people first •We strive for excellence •We act with integrity and professionalism •We are trusted to deliver •We don’t stand still. Establishment: Phlebotomy Training Courses. Areas we cover: London, Stoke On Trent, Liverpool, North Wales.
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