BIOGRAPHY

My name is Doris Amelia Tuft and I have been in the profession of phlebotomy for over 25 years. I have worked in numerous clinical/doctor’s office environments since the year of 1995; starting from the Houston Medical Center, where I accumulated my phlebotomy courses.

However, as I have mastered this profession and have learned how to assist with the job training of new employees, it has resulted in broadening my education.

I have worked with several medical doctor’s offices, (Milledgeville Family Practice), hospitals labs (Navicent Health Baldwin), mental health and drug clinics (Serenity Behavioral Health/Thomson, Ga), pain clinics (Ancora Pain Recovery/Greensboro, Ga), Endocrinologists(P.K. Raja Natrajan, MD/Augusta Ga.), Neurologists (Central GA Kidney Specialist/Macon, Ga), and last but not least I worked at CPL. I was an employee at Hope Center but now Hope Centre Contracted my Business Survival Kit Of Phlebotomy Training LLC through The Clinical Pathology Laboratory/Macon, Ga.

Therefore, this has sparked an interest to further expand my career to become a phlebotomy instructor. National Phlebotomy Solutions has contributed to the expounding of my education. Overtime, through experience I have acquired the necessary knowledge of the proper procedures to support not just myself as a phlebotomist but how to best ensure patient care. It is imperative to allow room for all patients to feel the compassion from the heart of the phlebotomist. It is the phlebotomist’s duty to make sure that the patient’s test results are accurate; in order to pinpoint the issue of the patient’s needs and get the correct information of the doctor’s orders. This is to treat the patient’s issue to help maintain health in their daily lives. I vow to train all students how to properly and professionally treat patients, learn the order of draw, and work in a safe and timely manner. I enjoy currently still working as a  Clinical Laboratory Assistant (Phlebotomist). In conclusion, I encourage all students to, “Never let your personal life affect your professional life.” Life can bring on different challenges but we must remain professional at all times.

Phlebotomist are also called Clinical Laboratory Assistants. Phlebotomist’s generally work under the direct supervision of a Lab Manager, Physician, or a lead phlebotomist.

Class Sessions Schedule

6 Week Training Program: In-person Only

Monday – Friday Morning Session 9am – 2pm

Monday – Friday Evening Session 4pm – 9pm

Instruction hours credit: 125

1 week of externship for 40 hours

Total hours: 165

No class sessions on state/federal holidays. Class will resume on the following business day.

Class will begins March 2022 – March 2023

Career Service

Survival Kit of Phlebotomy will provide resume workshops for students prior to completion of the program. All registrations are completed on-site.

Payment Method/Tuition

2 Payments Plan Options offered for a Full Course: Paid In Full or

  1. $150.00 for application fee.Not refundable the week before class starts
  2. $545.00 following 2 weeks After.
  3. $345.00 the following 2 weeks prior to class start

Payment Methods

Cash – Debit Card – Credit Card

Tuition

$150 for application fee – Not refundable Tuition

$800.00 Tuition

$50.00 Textbooks

$40.00 Uniforms/Black ( MANDATORY)

Full Course Fee/ Total- 1,040.00

National Certification Examination Fee $150.00- payable to a NHA of student’s choice

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Business Motto

“Don’t let your personal life affect your professional life.”

 Instructor D.A.T.

*Students who chose to do Continuing Education, materials, and testing will be in person at the school. 2 Years for a Certificate with an additional fee of $150 to stay active.

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