Now Enrolling for our February 2, 2021 Program!
to show interest in the program and sign up for a FREE information session where you will learn more about these Phlebotomy Enrollment Steps and receive a tour of the campus. We look forward to meeting you soon and helping you reach your career goals!
- Email or bring in to Renee Meyer firstname.lastname@example.org your Phlebotomy Immunization Form and your high school or GED diploma and/or transcripts.
- Schedule your background check at our LeSourdsville campus. The cost is $50.
- Secure Your Seat: Submit completed registration form with payment for the program. Federal financial aid is not available due to the program being under 600 hours. Payment for the program can be split into two payments at your request.
Phlebotomy is a specialized area of clinical laboratory practice. You will be trained to collect blood samples from patients, perform related technical procedures and process the associated clerical tasks. Graduates will be prepared to take the National Phlebotomist Technician
Certification (CPT) exam through the National Healthcare Association (NHA).
Students will prepare and test to be a Certified Phlebotomist.
Part Time | 140 hours (40 hrs is the externship) |Tuesday & Thursday | 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm | Externship is 2x per week 5:00 am – 7:00 am
Upcoming Programs: August 25, 2020 – December 15, 2020 (currently a waiting list)
This program also includes clinical times, which will vary from the scheduled class dates and times. Clinical time will continue until you complete the required number of blood draws. The last week of the program will include a 40-hour Monday-Friday externship to more fully prepare you for a great career as a Phlebotomist.
Tuition $1,320 | Books/Supplies $878
- Collecting blood samples from patients
- Performing related technical procedures
- Processing associated clerical tasks
- Medical Terminology
- Law and ethics
- Safety procedures
- Theory and practicum
Industry Recognized Credentials
Upon completion of the program, you will be prepared to take the National Phlebotomist Technician Certification (PTC) exam through the National Healthcareer Association (NHA) to become a Certified Phlebotomist.
Where Can I Work?
Our Phlebotomy graduates are well prepared for entry-level positions in a variety of healthcare settings including hospitals, clinics, outpatient care facilities, diagnostic laboratories, and blood donation centers.
Expected Salary Range
2018 Median Pay (Bureau of Labor Statistics): $34,480 per year | $16.58 per hour