Med Lab Training Center
The administrators, faculty, and staff of the Med
Lab Training Center proudly welcome you to our training center. Whether you come directly from high school or
from the workforce, we will strive to make your educational experience
enjoyable and rewarding.
How to enroll
Make an appointment to visit the training center and meet with a school owner
who can answer any of your questions or concerns or you may also call 601-665-0360.
Medical Assistants should know how to take vital signs for several reasons and here is one.
Blood pressure help medical professionals assess a patient’s overall health and detect any abnormalities or changes that may require further investigation or treatment.
How to centrifuge blood as a phlebotomist
Centrifugation is commonly used to separate components of a blood sample. Centrifuges can separate red blood cells and white blood cells from each other as well as from other components, such as platelets. The centrifuge process is also used to isolate proteins and other molecules from the sample.
Electrocardiograph (EKG) technicians are health care employees who perform diagnostic tests that help doctors identify cardiovascular problems in patients. The tests can help discover any irregularities in the heart that may lead to a heart attack or heart disease.
Learn how to stick with a straight and butterfly needle
The shorter length of the butterfly needle and the angled entry allow for easier access to narrow and delicate veins and veins located in parts that are difficult to reach with a straight needle. Selecting the right needle is a significant driving factor in successful, effective, precise, safe blood collection.
Drawing up medications for injections as a Medical Assistant
As a medical assistant you are qualified to give injections as well as draw blood for testing, record patient vitals, and assist with strep tests, electrocardiograms (EKGs), and urinalysis.