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Phlebotomy Technician Program

 

Are you interested in becoming a certified phlebotomy technician? 


A phlebotomist perform all lab draws in residency, out of home care, nursing homes, and clinics. They are responsible for drawing blood and collecting urine or stool specimens from patients for laboratory testing and blood donations. Phlebotomists are able to prepare specimens to be shipped to an outside source for testing as well. National Certification provided upon completion through NHA.


In this 9 week training program students will learn:


  1. the technique of drawing blood
  2. order of draw
  3. medical terminology
  4. specimen handling
  5. utilizing the centrifuge
  6. proper patient identification
  7. specimen labeling 
  8. Students will be required to take the state's certification examine at the end of the program.


Days and hours
 Tuition
81 classroom hours
+ 120 hour externship
$1,570 tuition cost

Day: M T W  8:30am-12pm
or
Evening: M T W  6pm-9pm

 $550.00 deposit
(4) payments of $255.00 
 Students that miss more than a week of class will be immediately dropped from the program.

Tuition includes:

1 scrub uniform

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Externship

Certification test

 

Is phlebotomy the career choice for you?