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Students may not register for Phlebotomy until they have met with a department advisor.
Phlebotomists are trained to draw blood in labs, hospitals, and physician's offices. The phlebotomy program is two semesters long. Phlebotomy is a 8-credit program and consists of lecture/lab class that meets two days a week the first semester and a 120 hour internship the second semester. Upon successful completion of the lecture/lab class, students are eligible to participate in a 120 hour internship at a lab working with actual patients. Students must make themselves available five days per week for the length of the internship. Supplies for the Phlebotomy program can be purchased at the Aims Bookstore, medical stores, or various department/discount stores throughout the area.
- Black scrubs
- Comfortable closed toe shoes
- One box of gloves (Latex free)
Students must register for:
- HPR 112 (Lecture/lab) 4 credits
- HPR 180 (Phlebotomy Internship) 4 credits
- Students must successfully pass HPR 112 with a “C” or above to be eligible for the internship
If you are interested in taking the Phlebotomy Program, please review the following pages for instructions on mandatory prerequisite requirements and registration information.
- CPR Certification
- Background Check and UA
- Release of Confidential Information and Previous Expulsion Notice
- Program Prerequisite Due Dates
- Registration Information
Check out the essential skills guide which is a list of commonly encountered qualities and skills typically necessary to be successful in a particular program or area of interest.