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Phlebotomy Technician

The Phlebotomy Technician's primary role is to collect blood for accurate and reliable test results. A phlebotomist can work in diverse health care settings and with all levels of health care professionals, from the physician to support staff. This course will provide the phlebotomy student with a working knowledge of collecting blood while emphasizing patient safety, quality assurance , universal and standard precautions.

Key Program Topics

  • Phlebotomy Introduction & Basics
  • Specimen Collections & Handling
  • Quality Assurance
  • Hands on Blood Draws

Instructors are professionals in the field and teach using a primarily hands-on approach to skill development.

Certifications & Credentials:

  • Phlebotomy Technician (CPT) with NHA (National Healthcareer Association)
  • Stop the Bleed Certification
  • WCCC Certificate of Program Completion
  • BLS Healthcare CPR/First Aid
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student practice taking blood via finger prick
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Program Details

This program consists of 23 class sessions, approximately 3 months, with evening classes 2 times per week. 

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The WCCC Atrium Campus is centrally located off I75 in Middletown, just behind the Atrium Medical Center. This state-of-the-art campus focuses on preparing students for in-demand medical careers. We're small and mighty! Allowing us to provide personalized attention and a family like atmosphere that helps our students thrive.

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Do you have questions? Or are you ready to get started? Then join us for an INFORMATION SESSION! This is the best opportunity to tour the campus, talk to program coordinators, get financial aid details, and learn how to get started! 

Info Sessions are free to attend, with no pressure. Take the first step to your new career now.

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We'll help you understand all of your financial options.

Visit our Financial Aid Page for more information. 

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Occupational Outlook
for Phlebotomists

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This program is fully accredited by the Council on Occupational Education (COE)

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