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PHLEBOTOMY PROGRAM ADMISSION
REQUIREMENTS AND POLICIES
The Phlebotomy training program is where future Phlebotomists can get their comprehensive training at affordable rates. The Phlebotomist of today assist in clinical or laboratory settings to obtain blood samples as ordered by the physician or other qualified healthcare practitioners for diagnostic purposes. Our program is aimed at producing skillful Phlebotomy Technicians who perform delegated duties within the scope of phlebotomy practice as defined by the American Society of Pathologist (ASCP), National Health Association (NHA), and National Association for Health Professionals (NAHP).
As Phlebotomy Technicians, students will need to improve on dexterity and communication skills. Student will also be coached in proper blood draws from clients, interpreting blood drawing orders from physicians, laboratory specimen handling protocol and other essential topics related to the Phlebotomy profession. The phlebotomy program is a 90-clock hour program that is completed in five (5) for day class and eight (8) weeks for the evening class.
The Phlebotomy course is a practical, hands-on training through use of demonstration and skills practice. Students will be required to practice on each other to gain real world experience. Upon completion of the Phlebotomy program, students will be awarded Certificate of Completion.
Options for Certification examination:
Students also have an option to complete 100 clinical hours in a healthcare facility to become eligible to take the American Society of Pathologist-ASCP Phlebotomy Tech exam. The exam requirements are 100+ blood draws and 100 clinical hours.
Students will be assigned to available clinical sites locations based on a first come first serve once requirements are met.
Students are responsible for the cost of the study materials and exam fees for any of the certification options.
Students may qualify for Kansas Workforce KHPOP, or MO Full Employment Council (FEC) financial assistance.
Admission documents must be presented first day of class, and no later than first week of class.
Program Delivery: Residential
Payment plans available.
Plan A: $1400.00 full payment at start of class
Plan B: $100.00 Registration fee and two payments of $650.00. One payment on the first day of class. The second payment within 3 weeks of the start date. These dates are scheduled and set upon admission. If the payment agreement is not met, the student will be dropped.
Plan C: $100.00 Registration fee and three payments. One payment of $500.00 must be made on the first day of class and the other two payments will be set, and a signed agreement completed, during admissions. If payments are not made on the scheduled days for the agreed-upon amounts, the student will be dropped from the course.