August 4, 2021
CPR Classes for phlebotomists
If you have any questions or to sign up for an upcoming American Heart Association BLS CPR course please contact us directly at 781-854-8015.
Being a phlebotomist requires you to work directly with patients in a hospital, clinic, or urgent care. This position gives you the skills draw blood samples, identify them, and properly label samples. While these skills are critical, it is even more important that you know how to save a life during a heart attack or cardiac arrest.
By taking an American Heart Association BLS course you will have the skills and confidence to save a life in a medical emergency. The Basic Life Support (BLS) course is oriented toward health care providers who need to know how to operate an AED, deliver chest compressions, use a bag mask device, or deliver heimlich maneuver (abdominal thrusts). Also, in this course we will go over the different procedure for delivering CPR in a child, infant, and adult. At the end of the course, you will receive an email with your 2 year American Heart Association BLS CPR certificate, this certificate will fulfill your employers CPR requirements.