Phlebotomy Technician

The Phlebotomist or Phlebotomy Technician is a healthcare worker who is responsible for performing venipuncture on patients in a medical environment such as a hospital, lab, or doctor’s office. A Phlebotomist assists other medical workers by focusing entirely on the collection of blood, tissue, and fluid samples. The duties of a Phlebotomist can be divided into four general functions: preparing and maintaining necessary equipment and supplies; performing venipuncture, arterial puncture, capillary puncture, and other fluid collection procedures on patients and ensuring that specimens are appropriately labeled and identified; assisting the patient before, during, and after collection of the specimen; and maintaining patient confidentiality, keeping necessary records and documenting results. Upon successful completion of the program, the student will sit for the National Healthcareer Association phlebotomy certification exam. 

Program Cost   $1,500

 Tuition                                                  $788

 Registration                                       $100

 Textbooks                                           $107

 Supplies                                              $298

 Lab coat                                              $40

 NHA certification exam for CPT  $117


Student completer deposit            $50