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Because doctors so often use blood samples from their patients to understand their condition, phlebotomists, who collect these blood samples, are essential in the world of medicine. Obtaining phlebotomy technician training through our program will prepare you for certification and a fulfilling career in the medical field.
Our accredited phlebotomy school gives students the opportunity to work directly with patients. It teaches them how to do blood sampling safely, and equips them with the knowledge they need to pursue a career.
Blood sampling is an important part of preventing, identifying, and treating medical issues. Successful blood sampling also provides vital information about a patient's health and is the lifeline that supplies donated blood to those in need. We will prepare you to fill this vital role.
In this growing field it is important to be familiar with medical terminology, the healthcare setting, and how to communicate effectively with the patients you are serving. Our training program teaches you how to use proper infection control during blood sampling and focuses on patient safety. You will also learn how to keep medical errors from happening with careful labeling of blood specimens.
Upon completion of our training program, students are equipped to pursue phlebotomy certification.
How long does the Phlebotomy Training last?
We have several options for you to consider:
50 Class /25 Lab Hours (75 Total Hours)
Day Class: Monday, Wednesday, & Friday 9-2pm (5 weeks)
Evening Class: Monday, Wednesday, & Friday 5pm - 10pm (6 week phlebotomy course)
Saturday & Sundays 9am - 2pm (7.5 weeks)
Saturday Only 9am - 7pm (7.5 weeks)
Additional Information for the Class due by Orientation:
Drug Screen (within 1 month of enrollment)
Background Check (within 30 days of enrollment is valid)
CPR BLS/First Aid (must be a BLS Course and it cannot be taken online. See administrative office for more details)
Copy of High School Diploma/ GED Or equivalent
Government issued photo Identification and Social Security Card
Updated Resume with school attendance included
Phlebotomy Training for a Career That Matters
What do Phlebotomists do?
After completing our Phlebotomy Technician Training, you will be able to:
Draw blood from patients and blood donors using various collection methods
Help patients be at ease about having their blood drawn
Verify a patient's identity to ensure proper labeling
Label vials of drawn blood for testing or processing
Enter patient information into a medical database
Assemble and maintain medical instruments such as needles, test tubes, and blood vials
Patient healthcare to include, phlebotomy, EKG, and patient care.
Certified Clinical Medical Assistant
Patient healthcare to include, phlebotomy, ekg, patient care, and medical assisting
Prepare students for an entry level position as an electrocardiogram technician
How much does the program cost?
Reasonable tuition rates are available and discussed during the application process.
What will I be able to do once I finish the program?
Our GNEPC licensed phlebotomy training program will successfully prepare students for a career path in Phlebotomy and the training needed to gain certification in the field of phlebotomy. The students will be trained to perform a wide variety of blood sampling collection methods.
Using the proper techniques and precautions including vacuum collection devices, syringes, capillary skin punctures, butterfly needles and blood culture specimen collections on adults, children, and infants.
Because blood specimens and donations all look the same, Phlebotomists are entrusted with carefully labelling them to ensure critical medical errors are prevented.
Our attention to safety and infection control brings expertise and knowledge that helps students successfully obtain phlebotomy certification and pursue a rewarding career path in Phlebotomy.