Phlebotomy is the practice of drawing blood from patients and taking the blood specimens to the laboratory to prepare for testing. As a phlebotomy technician, you are an important member of the clinical laboratory team. New diagnostic techniques, clinical laboratory technology, and automated instruments have greatly increased the volume of, and demand for, medical laboratory testing.
This program will emphasize the skills necessary to properly draw blood specimens by venipuncture and capillary puncture and the proper handling of the specimen for clinical laboratory testing. Issues dealing with patient contact, medical ethics, and legal issues will be discussed. Anatomy and physiology of the vascular system, as they pertain to Phlebotomy, will be reviewed.
Program Length, Dates, & Cost
- 40 hours
- Two nights per week, 4:00-9:00pm
- Click here to register for Bartlesville.
- Click here to register for Pawhuska.
|01/09-02/16/17||MT||4:00-9:00pm||$269||Dwight Williams||Bartlesville||No class 01/16/17|
|05/08-06/06/17||MT||4:00-9:00pm||$269||Dwight Williams||Pawhuska||No class 05/23 & 05/29/17|
*Certification test is available at additional cost of $105 if student desires to become certified
Financial assistance is available. Contact Laci Davis at 918.331.3261.
How To Enroll
Contact Lauren Walls, Enrollment Specialist, at 918.331.3291 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Accuplacer testing is required for all students applying for Fast Track programs. Testing is done every Tuesday and Thursday on a walk-in basis starting at 8:00 am. No tests will begin after 2:00 pm. Cost is $20 for adults and $10 for high school students, which is payable at time of testing (cash, money order, check MasterCard, or VISA). There is no charge if retesting is required. Adult students will meet with an enrollment advisor immediately following the testing session. Call Tonya at 918.331.3226 for more details, or click here for more resources.Back to top