This program of study is designed to train students in the medical profession of Phlebotomy. Graduates will be able to find employment in medical facilities, hospitals, laboratories, or other healthcare affiliates requiring the skill of Phlebotomist. Graduates of the program will be qualified to sit for the National Health Career Association Examination.
This specialized certificate-training program focuses on the primary role of the Phlebotomist, which is to collect blood safely and without patient discomfort for accurate and reliable test results as quickly as possible. The student Phlebotomist will be trained in the proper collection techniques and safe handling of blood specimens, using the skills of venipuncture and capillary puncture. As the Phlebotomist plays a key role in the healthcare of patients, patient care and communication skills are also emphasized. Time management will also be incorporated.
Program Length: 10 Weeks
Program Cost: $1,000.00
PHL 101-Basic Phlebotomy 28 Hours
PHL 102-Basic Phlebotomy Lab Procedures 39 Hours
VS 101-Volunteer Services 8 Hours
PEO 101–Professional Conduct and Externship Orientation 3 Hours
PHL 201-Basic Phlebotomy Externship 120 Hours
PHL 202 – Certification Review 8 Hours
Total Clock Hours: 206 Hours