Phlebotomy Technician (PT)
The purpose of the Phlebotomy Technician program is to educate and train the student to become a vital member in the allied health field. The programs exceeds the state requirements in both classroom instruction and clinical training.
The philosophy of the Phlebotomy Technician program is to provide education and training to those who are interested in the allied health field. Students will have a through understanding about the various job requirements of a Phlebotomist. The program is aligned to graduate students who are proficient to perform clinical and administrative tasks and become a vital member of the health care system.
Expectations and Goals:
Demonstrate ability to effectively communicate with patients/personnel
Perform & understand role of a Phlebotomist within a medical facility
Execute tasks/skills using appropriate procedures
The Phlebotomy program is approximately a sixteen-week (16) course. The curriculum will cover medical terminology, blood & cell composition, blood sampling procedures and lab operations. Aseptic techniques and infection control procedures will be studied.
Class attendance and participation is mandatory
100 successful venipunctures through clinical rotation
Completion of chapters & skill's review
Obtain satisfactory ratings on exams
Dress-Scrubs are required before the third class
This program cannot place an entire class into a clinical rotation at the same time. Students are assigned when each lab site has availability.
Evenings: Tuesday & Thursday, 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM.
Next class starts August-September, 2020 (Depending on enrollment, start date may change)
Tuition and Books $1,300.00. $400 towards tuition is due upon registration. Tuition must be paid in full by 7 weeks from the first class or student will be terminated. Money orders or cash are accepted. Personal checks and or credit cards are not accepted.