Phlebotomists are ambassadors of the clinical laboratory who, for many patients or clients, are the primary lab personnel with whom they have contact. Responsibilities include the collection of blood specimens by venipuncture and accurate electronic logging of specimens into the clinical lab information system.
This course is composed of online theory, on campus labs, and a clinical site rotation.
Those interested in enrolling in the Phlebotomy course, CLT 100
, must submit a complete Phlebotomy Course Application
to the Allied Health Sciences Office by the listed semester deadline. See Application link to the right.
Complete Applications Only Accepted during the following:
- Fall Semester -- June 10-July 10
- Spring Semester -- Oct 10-Nov 10
- Summer Semester -- Mar 10-Apr 10
Unconditional admission to the college and completed Phlebotomy application packet submission with current CPR certification documentation. Accepted applicants must attend a mandatory Orientation session scheduled prior to class start . Accepted applicants will be notified by email address listed on application. Preclinical requirements are due by the first day of class.
In addition to tuition (2 credit hours), textbook, lab kit, handbook costs, and scrub uniforms, there are preclinical requirement expenses including but not limited to Malpractice Insurance, Health Exam, Immunizations, Laboratory Testing, Drug Screen and Back Ground checks at the students' expense.
The student will be required to provide his or her own transportation to the assigned clinical facility.
For more information contact Allied Health secretary