Florida Medical Training Institute

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  • 7902 NW 36th St # 215

    Doral, FL 33166

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  • 305-715-0377

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This School Sucks!!!! Please attend a Community College such as Broward or Miami-Dade. I attended the EMT-B course and I truly hated it. First, my instructor Jorge felt that stories of his personal life was more important than our Lab hours. We spent more time reading power points rather than doing actual EMT skills. Some students didn't operate the traction splint until the actual practical test. I basically learned everything on my own by reading & watching youtube videos. I honestly don't see how this school is accredited.

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This School Sucks!!!! Please attend a Community College such as Broward or Miami-Dade. I attended the EMT-B course and I truly hated it. First, my instructor Jorge felt that stories of his personal life was more important than our Lab hours. We spent more time reading power points rather than doing actual EMT skills. Some students didn't operate the traction splint until the actual practical test. I basically learned everything on my own by reading & watching youtube videos. I honestly don't see how this school is accredited.

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Don't Believe anything that you read. I DO NOT agree with this person what so ever. The opposite Florida Medical Training Institute (Miami) Campus is great school. Starting from the front office all the way to the instructors. I took this program as well and I am really satisfied. Not only from the knowledge that I gained in the program, but also for the amazing instructor that I had. I can not understand, how this person can complain in doing practices in clinic.Which eventually, you must likely will be working in one. When reality is that you dont learn in school the actual job until you start doing it. How can you obtained that kind of experience that you are talking about when this program is an accelerated program. The only way to do that if you do this program at least a year long. She should be glad that at least you got the experience which is was the same that i got. Not all the time you are going to be poking patient, if you work for an small clinic patients will not go in everyday to take out blood. At least at got my pokes. Probably the days that you went you were not lucky enough. Aside from that, we were lucky enough to have an amazing instructor.At least with me the clinical coordinator help me in any way he could.

The only reason why im saying all this is because before I attended FMTI, I went to another school which they make you poke chicken breast. I left that school once i had that experience.

I can honestly say that thanks to Florida Medical Training Institute (Miami) Campus, I passed my national registry exam at my first attempt. Now Im a phlebotomy/ekg certified and thanks to them, i got placed in the Field as a phlebotomist in a great clinic.

Thanks So Much FMTI.

Dont worry about this comment. You guys are the BEST :)

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Don't Believe anything that you read. I DO NOT agree with this person what so ever. The opposite Florida Medical Training Institute (Miami) Campus is great school. Starting from the front office all the way to the instructors. I took this program as well and I am really satisfied. Not only from the knowledge that I gained in the program, but also for the amazing instructor that I had. I can not understand, how this person can complain in doing practices in clinic.Which eventually, you must likely will be working in one. When reality is that you dont learn in school the actual job until you start doing it. How can you obtained that kind of experience that you are talking about when this program is an accelerated program. The only way to do that if you do this program at least a year long. She should be glad that at least you got the experience which is was the same that i got. Not all the time you are going to be poking patient, if you work for an small clinic patients will not go in everyday to take out blood. At least at got my pokes. Probably the days that you went you were not lucky enough. Aside from that, we were lucky enough to have an amazing instructor.At least with me the clinical coordinator help me in any way he could.

The only reason why im saying all this is because before I attended FMTI, I went to another school which they make you poke chicken breast. I left that school once i had that experience.

I can honestly say that thanks to Florida Medical Training Institute (Miami) Campus, I passed my national registry exam at my first attempt. Now Im a phlebotomy/ekg certified and thanks to them, i got placed in the Field as a phlebotomist in a great clinic.

Thanks So Much FMTI.

Dont worry about this comment. You guys are the BEST :)

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When I first started thinking of taking a phlebotomy class I realized that the two most important things were a good instructor who had knowledge of the subject and being able to learn hands on. So when I found FMTI I was ecstatic. They're curriculum looked good and included 120 hours of clinical training which was a must was for me. When I started the course, the clinical coordinator came in to speak to us and said that it wasn??t the hours that mattered, but the amount of pokes we had. In order to get our certificates in Phlebotomy, you need to have at least 50 pokes. I was a little dissapointed but it was something I could deal with. As my classmates started the clinical, it became clear to all of us that this clinic not only was extremely small, but there were barely any people in there. They were spending a whole day at the clinic and not poking any patients. We emailed the clinical coordinator and when he came to speak to the class about our concern, I was shocked not only by what he said, but also by the way he spoke to us. He said that there had been a mistake in the curriculum and that it was not his "problem" that there weren??t any patients that needed their blood drawn. And that if we wanted to go by what the curriculum said he would send us to the clinic for 120 hours.

What frustrates me the most is that instead of coming up with a solution to the problem he just tried to cover his back. It would be hard enough to find a job with little experience, much less find a job with no experience. I could have gotten a phlebotomy degree online for less than $600 but there wouldn??t be any experience involved. So I paid over $1100.00 for this course and I'm still not getting the experience I wanted.

When I started, there wasn??t any reviews or any information about the school online. At this point in time there is no turning back because I already paid for the course and they do not offer a refund. I'm posting this here because I want other potential students to know what they are in for.

The instructor, Al, is a phenomenal teacher. But if you're looking for practice and/or experience this is not the school to go to. You'll end up wasting your money and time?just like I did.

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When I first started thinking of taking a phlebotomy class I realized that the two most important things were a good instructor who had knowledge of the subject and being able to learn hands on. So when I found FMTI I was ecstatic. They're curriculum looked good and included 120 hours of clinical training which was a must was for me. When I started the course, the clinical coordinator came in to speak to us and said that it wasn??t the hours that mattered, but the amount of pokes we had. In order to get our certificates in Phlebotomy, you need to have at least 50 pokes. I was a little dissapointed but it was something I could deal with. As my classmates started the clinical, it became clear to all of us that this clinic not only was extremely small, but there were barely any people in there. They were spending a whole day at the clinic and not poking any patients. We emailed the clinical coordinator and when he came to speak to the class about our concern, I was shocked not only by what he said, but also by the way he spoke to us. He said that there had been a mistake in the curriculum and that it was not his "problem" that there weren??t any patients that needed their blood drawn. And that if we wanted to go by what the curriculum said he would send us to the clinic for 120 hours.

What frustrates me the most is that instead of coming up with a solution to the problem he just tried to cover his back. It would be hard enough to find a job with little experience, much less find a job with no experience. I could have gotten a phlebotomy degree online for less than $600 but there wouldn??t be any experience involved. So I paid over $1100.00 for this course and I'm still not getting the experience I wanted.

When I started, there wasn??t any reviews or any information about the school online. At this point in time there is no turning back because I already paid for the course and they do not offer a refund. I'm posting this here because I want other potential students to know what they are in for.

The instructor, Al, is a phenomenal teacher. But if you're looking for practice and/or experience this is not the school to go to. You'll end up wasting your money and time?just like I did.

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