Phlebotomy

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Phlebotomy Technician

Become a Phlebotomist in just 7 weeks!

Successful completion of this short-term training program prepares students to work as a phlebotomist at local healthcare facilities. The program teaches the information, techniques, and procedures necessary to safely and efficiently procure blood and nonblood specimens and offers hands-on practice in both a controlled lab setting and in clinical experiences. Students also gain working knowledge of infection prevention, learn how to communicate effectively with patients, and understand their role in the healthcare setting. 

  • Great entry-level healthcare opportunity
  • Financial assistance may be available
  • Option to combine with Certified Nursing Assistant training for more marketability

2 Classes Forming Now!
Starting September 27 and October 11

Phlebotomy Technician

160 Program Hours
80 classroom/80 clinical

September 27 - November 11, 2022

  • Classes meet Tuesday-Friday morning
  • 8 am - Noon

October 11 - November 29, 2022

  • Classes meet Tuesday-Friday afternoon
  • 1-5 pm

Both classes include:

  • First 5 weeks: Classroom Instruction and Lab Practice
  • Final 2 weeks: Clinical Rotations
    Times of the clinical rotations are at the discretion of the employer partners. 

Course Topics Include:

  • Proper collection of blood and nonblood specimens
  • Circulatory System
  • Safe handling of lab specimens
  • Understanding the Role of the Phlebotomist
  • HIPPA

Tuition: $2,400*
Tuition includes:

  • 80 classroom hours of instruction
  • 80 clinical hours of experience
  • Textbook
  • Drug test
  • Criminal background check
  • Lab fees

Students are responsible for procuring and providing proof of:

  • Flu vaccine
  • Covid-19 vaccine
  • MMR vaccine or a Titer proving prior exposure
  • TB Skin Test

 

* Students may drop a program three (3) business days before the start date and receive a full tuition refund. Incurred costs associated with the class will not be refunded, such as background checks, drug tests, or other supplies or textbooks that were not returned unopened. Students who drop after the 3-day grace period are not eligible for a refund.

Nurse Assistant + Phlebotomy Certification

Become more marketable across health care fields with a dual certification!        

Successful completion of this 13-week, noncredit program provides all of the training required to become both a Nurse Assistant and qualified Phlebotomist. In today's changing economic environment, employees with dual certifications find themselves in demand and may even realize greater pay advantages.

See Certified Nurse Assistant and Phlebotomy Program webpages for additional program descriptions and details.

345 Program Hours
165 classroom/180 clinical

  • Class Days vary but students should be prepared to be available daily Monday-Friday
    9:00 am-1:00 pm
  • Clinical Rotations are 8-hour days and will occur in weeks 5-7 and weeks 11-13

Tuition: $4,500*
Tuition includes:

  • 165 classroom hours of instruction
  • 180 clinical hours of experience
  • Textbooks
  • Drug test
  • Background check
  • Lab fees
  • One Certification Nurse Assistant Exam

Students are responsible for procuring and providing proof of:

  • Flu vaccine
  • Covid-19 vaccine
  • MMR vaccine or a Titer proving prior exposure
  • TB Skin Test
  • Scrubs (2 sets of used scrubs can be provided from our Repurposed Scrubs Closet if needed)

 

* Students may drop a program three (3) business days before the start date and receive a full tuition refund. Incurred costs associated with the class will not be refunded, such as background checks, drug tests, or other supplies or textbooks that were not returned unopened. Students who drop after the 3-day grace period are not eligible for a refund.

Financial Assistance is available to those who qualify. Please contact us to learn about options.

Misty Weston, RN
Health Care Instructor
mweston@MineralArea.edu
(573) 518-2149

 

Misty Weston
Phlebotomy Technician Instructor
mweston@MineralArea.edu
(573) 518-2149

For more information, please contact

Misty Weston, RN
Health Care Instructor
mweston@mineralarea.edu
(573) 518-2149