This course prepares the student to work in hospitals and physician offices, as well as privately owned laboratories. This course is in two parts. The first part is 96 hours of didactic and lab. The second part (Phlebotomy II) is 100 hours of clinical.
Prerequisites: High school diploma or High School Equivalency, CNA I and II, or proof of one of the following: comparable credentials such as CMA, EMT-I, RN, or LPN, or documented previous experience working as a phlebotomist or experience performing venipunctures. Please bring proof of pre-requisites upon registration.
Upon successful completion of both parts, the student will be prepared to sit for their national certification exam. The current cost of this exam is $135.
|Start Date||End Date||Day(s)||Time||Location||Cost*|
|08/08/17||10/31/17||TTh||6:00 pm - 10:00 pm||SCC, J211||$271*|
*Cost breakdown: $183 plus $69* for urine drug screening and criminal background check and $16* for malpractice insurance and &3* for student insurance. Virginia students will have an additional $10 fee for this service. *Fees are subject to change.
This is the clinical portion of Phlebotomy Education. The student will go to a designated clinical site and perform learned skills. Each student must have 100 hours of clinical, 100 venipuncture, and 25 skin punctures. Upon satisfactory completion of Phlebotomy I & II, the student may sit for his/her certification exam. Student schedules should be flexible in order to meet clinical requirements.