This part time program will prepare you for a career in Phlebotomy in 14 weeks or will add an enhanced skill level for those now working in the healthcare field. This course will qualify you to work in medical labs, hospitals, clinics, donor facilities, and more. Using the ‘learn while you earn’ model, this evening class allows you to work while taking classes. Course work will include patient preparation for routine venipuncture and dermal punctures, specimen handling and transport, confidentiality and HIPAA regulations, extensive anatomy and physiology terminology, infection control and safety procedures, non-blood collection procedures, and critical thinking and analytical skills.
PLEASE NOTE: Starting in the first few days of class, phlebotomy students will be required to perform venipunctures (blood draws on veins) on live people. During the first several weeks of class, this will require phlebotomy students to draw the blood of other phlebotomy students in class. After the first several weeks, phlebotomy students will be asked to bring in their own volunteers to draw their blood. Those volunteers will be required to sign a waiver for every time they volunteer as a blood draw "patient" for their phlebotomy student.
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Student Support and Academic Services
- Access to student support advisors, who can provide career advisement and referral services
- Access to academic and employability support
- Access to employer networks