Courses We Offer​

We specialize in C.N.A Test Prep Training & all certifications to go along with it! We offer Phlebotomy, C.N.A., C.P.R, First Aid, Blood borne Pathogens & Med Tech to go along with your new career as a Certified Nursing Assistant.

C.N.A Medical Academy

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For further assistance and future class schedules please call 727.226.3536

Phlebotomy Prep certification

As with many medical careers, most states require phlebotomists to hold a license from the state in which the person practices. There are three major nationally-recognized institutions that provide certification after passing an examination of competence and an appropriate training program.

There is not one nationally-recognized organization so utilization of these varies by state.

These certification programs also include requirements for lecture and experience hours which are contained in the curriculum of accredited programs. Though academic credentials are not a requirement for individuals to get certified, it can help increase a student’s chances for hire, says Renner.

Though the national economy is slowly recovering, the difference between getting a job offer versus a rejection letter can come from distinguishing yourself in your resume. Anything you can do to highlight your skill set and distance yourself from your competition will be to your advantage.

Here at C.N.A. Medical Academy we offer our Phlebotomy prep course in as little as 4 weeks. Class times are Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday's from 6 pm till 8 pm, all books and lab materials are included. At the end of your course you will test with us in our facility as we are also a testing site. The certification you will receive is also nationally recognized, which allows you to use it in any state in the U.S.A. please call for class date as our seat fill quickly.

Classroom Training Includes:

Phlebotomy Practice and Quality Assessment Standards
Communication and Documentation
Phlebotomy Medical Terminology and Anatomy
Phlebotomy Equipment and Blood Draw Procedures
Correct Order of Blood Draw, Tubes, and Additives
Venipuncture Procedures
Point-of-Care Testing and Special Blood Draw Procedures
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Our Instructors

All C.N.A. Medical Academy instructors are licensed to teach by the state of Florida. Many also have certifications or licenses for specific areas of expertise in the medical field.

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About Us

The staff at C.N.A. Medical Academy is dedicated to helping every student reach their potential by fostering academic and personal growth. We have been open for 15 years & have the highest success rate in pasco county!

What is a phlebotomist?

A phlebotomist is a specialized medical assistant that collects blood and other tissue samples to be used for analysis by laboratory workers. In some cases, a laboratory technician can be certified as a phlebotomist and can then perform both functions. Other typical responsibilities on the technical side include containment and disposal of hazardous equipment, documentation of records and management of timed collections.