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                  Allied Community Training Center 

With our training programs, you receive a diploma, as well as a nationally, recognize certification to take your training anywhere in the USA.


Phlebotomy Technician 

Phlebotomists are responsible for collecting blood samples in accordance with hospital and laboratory policies, and federal, state, and local regulations. They also are tasked with labeling samples appropriately and logging all information related to tests performed and samples taken into a database. Phlebotomists might be drawing blood for tests, research, or donations. Phlebotomists generally work in state, local, and private hospitals, and laboratories.

What responsibilities are common for Phlebotomist jobs?

Greet patients and verify their identity

Collect blood samples by performing venipunctures and fingersticks

Label all samples according to outlined procedures and policies

Maintain lab equipment in a clean and safe manner

Record tests performed and blood samples taken into databases

Transport samples in a timely manner and in accordance with outlined policies and procedures

Explain tests to patients and answer any questions they might have

Complete all work in accordance with outlined hospital and laboratory guidelines, and federal, state, and local requirements

Average Salary 

L2 Phlebotomist $34,321 /yr

L3 Senior Phlebotomist $35,272 /yr

L4 Lead Phlebotomist $36,932 /yr

                                       Veterinary​ Assistant 

Veterinary Assistant Duties & Responsibilities

Veterinary assistants perform all aspects of routine pet care.

Feed animals and monitor whether they're eating.

Bathe pets when necessary.

Exercise the animals.

Assist veterinarians and vet technicians with lab work.

Clean, sterilize, and maintain kennels, operating rooms, examining rooms, cages, and surgical equipment.

Comfort and restrain pets during examinations and care.

Provide first aid to pets in an emergency, stabilizing them until a doctor can take over.

Administer medications to pets.

Perform some clerical duties.

Veterinary hospitals and clinics employ most veterinary assistants, but some work at colleges, universities, and in research programs.

Veterinary Assistant Salary

Those who work at colleges and professional schools are the most highly paid.

Average Salary 

Bottom  $29,950 

Median Annual Salary: $37,540

Top : More than $41,890 


Medical assistants provide physician support services that ensure that healthcare facilities run smoothly. They are responsible for administrative as well as clinical tasks, such as maintaining patient records, preparing patients and rooms for examination, assisting physicians with exams, and performing front-desk tasks. Medical assistants typically work in physician's offices, hospitals, and other healthcare facilities.

Most medical assistants have a high school degree or GED, and some positions require medical assistants to be certified through an accredited medical assistant program. Medical assistants need excellent communication and interpersonal skills.

What responsibilities are common for Medical Assistant jobs?

Receive and direct phone calls, schedule appointments, check-in patients, obtain necessary patient information to file and update patient records, and ensure all forms and consents are completed by patients

Check-out patients, assist with referral processing and arrange laboratory services

Handle billing process

Prepare patients for examination, take vitals, and record patients' health history

Set-up EKG machines, administer injections and medications and perform routine specimen collection and tests

Prepare equipment and examination rooms, and clean instruments

Assist physician with medical treatments, procedures, and exams

Manage inventory of medical supplies and equip exam rooms with appropriate supplies

Average Salary 

L2 Medical Assistant $37,165 1-2 /yr

L3 Senior Medical Assistant $41,390 2-4/yr

L4 Adjunct Medical Assistant $47,858 4 and up /yr

                                            MEDICAL OFFICE MANAGER

Office managers coordinate and oversee administrative duties in an office, and ensure that the office operates efficiently and smoothly. Their responsibilities generally include duties like greeting visitors, managing office supplies, overseeing other administrative staff, owning budgets, and supporting staff with administrative tasks like scheduling meetings oversee and support all administrative duties in the office and ensure that office is operating smoothly

Manage office supplies inventory and place orders as necessary

Perform receptionist duties: greet visitors, and answer and direct phone calls

Receive and sort incoming mail and deliveries, and manage outgoing mail

Develop office policies and procedures, and ensure they are implemented appropriately

Assist with office layout planning and office moves, and with managing and maintaining IT infrastructure

Manage office budget

Identify opportunities for process and office management improvements, and design and implement new systems

Provide other administrative support as necessary, including scheduling group meetings, maintaining calendars, doing research, and creating reports

Average Saary 

L2 Office Manager $48,558 /yr

L3 Senior Office Manager $5,141 /yr

L4Lead Office Manager $55,641 /yr

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