Proof of high school diploma or GED required prior to attending class.
Prepare for a career as a phlebotomist in a medical laboratory, hospital or doctor’s office setting. In this 80-hour course, you will learn how to obtain blood specimens through primary phlebotomy techniques in order to facilitate collection and testing. You will gain knowledge of the anatomy and physiology of the circulatory system, medical terminology prefixes and suffixes, abbreviations, and customer service skills. This non-credit course includes an optional national certification exam, which you may choose to take upon successful course completion.
This course includes a clinical rotation which may be conducted in a healthcare facility.
Students agree to adhere to the requirements of the healthcare facility which may include, but not be limited to, background checks, health screenings, and vaccinations.
There may also be some additional fees associated with these requirements that are not covered in the tuition of this program.