Phlebotomy Technician*

Health Care Career Training

Prerequisites: Candidates must obtain a reading score of 9 on the Test of Adult Basic Education (TABE). High school diploma or GED. A physical exam, results from a Basic 5 Panel urine drug screening and a PPD test must be completed within 3 months of the first day of class and this documentation must be provided at the time of registration. Documentation of immunizations and Hepatitis B series documentation must also be provided at the time of registration. Criminal background check must be completed by the student and proof must be provided within 30 days of the first day of class. Proof of adequate health insurance is required on the first day of class and must be maintained throughout the clinical/internship. Students failing to provide proof of insurance documentation will not be eligible for the clinical/internship portion of the program.

The phlebotomist is responsible for obtaining blood samples from patients for the purpose of laboratory analysis. The phlebotomist is skilled in blood collection techniques and handling, transporting and processing blood specimens. Learning experiences will include laboratory practice on artificial arms and extensive clinical experience at area medical facilities. Students successfully completing all classroom and clinical requirements will be eligible to sit for the National Healthcareer Association certification examination. The cost of this exam is included in the program.

PHLB-136 (126 Hours)
Fee: $1,895 (Tuition $1,500, Materials $395)

  • Section AW03-Worthington Atlantic City Campus
    Lecture: 10 Tuesdays and 10 Thursdays, 6-9 p.m.
    Clinical: 6 weeks (Up to 120 hours)
    Monday-Friday, early daytime hours
    Beginning Feb. 8, 2018 (Ending July 5, 2018)
  • Section CW01-Cape May County Campus
    Lecture: 10 Mondays and 10 Wednesdays,
    6-9 p.m.
    Clinical: Up to 40 hours
    Monday-Friday, early daytime hours
    Beginning Feb. 7, 2018 (Ending July 5, 2018)

NOTE: A criminal background report containing negative information may prevent placement for the clinical portion of this program. Upon successful completion and credential attainment, you may be eligible for up to 4 college credits toward an Atlantic Cape degree.

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