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A Phlebotomy Technician, an essential member of the health care team, is a health care professional who collects and transports specimens to the medical laboratory for medical testing, which aids the physician in diagnosis and treatment monitoring.

Training in the MCC Phlebotomy Program includes:

  • Anatomy & Physiology
  • Safety & Infection Control
  • Blood Collection Procedures & Standards of Practice
  • Quality Assurance and Legal Issues
  • Professionalism & Integrity

Students in the Phlebotomy Program will participate in 44 classroom lecture hours, 20 lab hours and 100 clinical site hours. At the clinical site, students will complete a minimum of 100 successful venipunctures. This combined 164 hour course is designed to meet or exceed minimum qualifications for an entry-level Phlebotomy Technician position.

In addition, the course prepares the student for the American Society of Clinical Pathologists', and other, national certification examination.

*Additional expenses will be incurred for the uniform, immunizations, background checks, BLS/HCP, and drug screen.

Phlebotomy Classes Available

Hours: 184

This program prepares students to collect blood and urine samples for lab analysis under the supervision of physicians, nurses, medical technologists or managers in hospitals, labs or physicians' offices.

Last Modified: 6/1/18