Recent Examples of phlebotomy from the Web
The phlebotomy program saw 100 percent of its students pass their industry exams in 2017, and 92.3 percent of the students who entered the program completed it, according to data provided by the college.
At the Waukegan campus in particular, staff took things like the Pace bus schedule and Waukegan District 60 start times into account when putting together the class schedules, said Angela Norwood, the phlebotomy department chair.
Students in the Health Academy learn phlebotomy, injections and CPR, along with math, history and English.
In addition to a variety of medical specialists, the practice will offer a nutritionist, pharmacy, phlebotomy service, social workers and case managers.
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Origin and Etymology of phlebotomy
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
medical Definition of phlebotomy
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