The Phlebotomy Technician program is designed to train students to perform duties which include blood draw, storing blood and blood components, venipuncture, basic processing, urinalysis, and specimen collection.
Students will learn the circulatory system with its functions and pathology of diseases, law and ethics, critical policies and procedures including universal precautions, infection control, OSHA and CLIA guidelines. In addition, students will learn how they apply to the Phlebotomy Technician’s duties and responsibilities.
Phlebotomists typically work in: Hospitals, Clinics, Clinical Laboratories, Diagnostic Laboratories, Private Health Centers, Doctor's Offices, Rehabilitation Centers, Nursing Homes, Blood Banks, Outpatient Clinics, and Private Doctor's Offices.
Students will demonstrate knowledge and apply skills in using medical tools and equipment relevant to the function of a Phlebotomy Technician. Upon completion of the program the student will receive a diploma. Students may begin working in their field of training as soon as diploma is received.
Application for admission.
High school diploma or GED certificate.
$50 non-refundable application fee.
A valid ID.