Certified Phlebotomy Technician Training All courses are 6 weeks long. During the course students will learn accurate collection techniques, patient care, and laws surrounding the Phlebotomy Profession. Our curriculum is built to ensure student success. Students begin practicing drawing blood as soon the 4th day of class. Each week the students gain more experience to their drawing technique, as well as different type of collection techniques.
Classes are available either Monday-Wednesday- Friday 11a-2p or 5p-8p or Tuesday-Thursday-Saturday 11a-2p or 5p-8p
Certified Clinical Medical Assistant All courses are 16 weeks long, with a 2 week break after midterm exams. Our course will provide you with the information and skills necessary to perform competently and with confidence. The Clinical Medical Assisting program, consists of two units. Unit One provides you with critical information regarding nutrition and wellness, aseptic techniques, infection control, patient assessment, vital signs, and assisting with the physical examination. We also cover an overview of pharmacology as well as information to help you properly prepare and administer medications. The final two chapters in this unit will give you the tools to recognize and respond to emergencies in the medical office and disaster preparedness. Unit Two focuses on specialty examinations, diagnostic tests, and therapeutic procedures for specific areas of medicine. Each chapter provides you with a brief overview of the system, typical therapeutic measures used to treat common disorders, and the role of the medical assistant in assisting the physician with diagnosis and treatment. The last two chapters in this unit focus on duties relating to special populations, including pediatrics and geriatrics. Part II, The Clinical Laboratory, introduces you to the physician office laboratory. This section will provide you with detailed information on maintaining a safe laboratory environment that operates in compliance with federal, state, and local regulations. Updated information includes information necessary to function in the physician office laboratory competently and with confidence. Skills included in this unit include competencies on collecting and processing specimens, handling the specimens in a manner that supports accurate testing, and following quality control protocols to monitor and evaluate testing procedures, supplies, and equipment.
Classes are available Tuesday-Thursday-Saturday 5p-8p **Only phone registration is available at this time**
Seats are available on a first come first serve basis. The only way to secure a seat is by paying the enrollment fee.
We Craft Employment Ready Professionals We are the topped ranked program in Hawaii and in the top 20 in the country, among thousands of programs. Our graduates typically gain employment at Clinical Labs of Hawaii, Diagnostic Labs, Blood Bank of Hawaii, and other hospitals, Bio-Metric Screening companies, Insurance Exam companies and Dialysis companies. While most start off between $14 & $16 per hour, some graduates started between $17/hour and $19/hr! Our graduates who work on the mainland typically earn $20-$30/hour!) If you have any other questions please feel free to contact us, any time.
Our Students Come First Once any student successfully completes any of our training programs or workshops, they become part of our "Ohana," or family, and are welcome to return any time to participate in any of the courses or workshops that we certified them in...for no charge! Example: If you've completed our IV-Insertion workshop once, or our EKG Interpretation workshop, you may participate in any of our future IV-Insertion or EKG workshops (space permitting) for as long as we offer those courses! The only charges are for re-certifications and excessive supply usage only
We Promise You the Best When choosing a program, don't make the mistake of basing your choice on cost alone, location (closest to home), or which one is the "cheapest" because that's exactly what you would get. We frequently receive students dissatisfied from other phlebotomy programs, especially those from other schools in Kalihi/Honolulu and Waipahu. Our HMTC graduates make up a large majority of all phlebotomists hired straight out of school, and we are often told that our graduates are the best prepared!
Mission Statement Hawaii Medical Training Center exists to serve the unique academic and career goals of adults on the island of Oahu. The staff of Hawaii Medical Training Center is committed to creating and maintaining an orderly, trusting, and caring environment where learning is exciting and students are assisted as they develop their professional skills. All aspects of the school's organization, and curriculum are centered and designed to accommodate individual learning styles so that all may experience success.