Train to become a medical laboratory technician at our Midwest campuses
Medtech’s medical lab technician training can prepare you to work in the important field of lab analysis. At our medical lab technician schools, you can learn to identify specimens and test result abnormalities through the use of equipment like spectrophotometers, calorimeters and flame photometers. The curriculum in our MLT program prepares you to play a critical role on medical teams. You can be responsible for monitoring, screening and managing analytical devices; quality control; phlebotomy; result assessment; and statistical control of observed data.
Our medical lab technician schools in Indiana and Kentucky include courses on the topics of:
After attaining your MLT associate degree or certification, you can enter the field as a certified medical laboratory technologist. Upon graduation from our Indiana and Kentucky schools, you can prepare for career opportunities and duties in independent medical labs, hospitals, medical clinics and medical diagnostic companies. On average, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, today’s medical laboratory technician salary is about $36,840. Earnings may vary by region.
Prepare for a career as a clinical laboratory technician or medical laboratory technologist at our medical lab technician schools in Indianapolis, Greenwood, Lexington and Fort Wayne! Contact us today by requesting information or giving us a call at 1-877-287-1612.
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Medtech's name speaks directly to each campus' primary focus: preparing career professionals for medical-related fields in strong learning environments that are technologically oriented. It also communicates that Medtech campuses provide personalized hands-on, practical learning experiences so students are prepared to achieve all that is possible while creating new futures for themselves in healthcare.