Phlebotomy technicians are employed in doctors offices, hospitals, insurance companies, clinics, and blood banks. This course provides the phlebotomy tech participant with the knowledge of equipment, OSHAs Bloodborne Pathogens training, and the mechanics involved in the collection of specimens. Participants will be provided with training that will teach them how to perform venipuncture properly and safely. Special considerations and collection procedures will also be covered. This course includes a clinical component following theory. Although the theory portion is during the evening, the clinical component will be during the daytime; days and times will vary based on the clinical site. Clinical may have additional charges, based on the clinical site. Class includes 45 hours of theory/lab and 100 hours of clinical. NOTE: CLINICAL HOURS TO BE DETERMINED AFTER CLASSROOM HOURS ARE COMPLETED. CLINICAL SITES ARE WITHIN A 40 MILE RADIUS OF PTC. Please contact Lori Gage, Program Coordinator, for a preliminary interview. She can be contacted at 580.310.2236 or firstname.lastname@example.org. This course requires a $100 nonrefundable deposit to be paid prior to receiving a student packet. The packet will contain prerequisite instructions/forms and third party financial assistance information. Completed packet and full payment are expected two weeks prior to the first day of class.
Please contact Lori Gage, Program Coordinator, for a preliminary interview. She can be contacted at 580.310.2236 or email@example.com. This course requires a $100 nonrefundable deposit to be paid prior to receiving a student packet. Requirements for Phlebotomy Technician: Online Registration • Valid Driver’s License or Government issued photo ID• Social Security Card (Original card required)• High School Diploma, GED, or college transcript • Criminal History Report issued by the O.S.B.I. within the last 6 months • Negative TB Test result within 6 months of date of class (or a chest x-ray if unable to take the TB test or your test result is positive)• Record of MMR 1 and MMR 2 • Record of Hepatitis B Series or completed declination form • Record of Varicella or documentation form completed • American Heart Association issued Basic Life Support for Healthcare Providers card • 10 Panel Drug Screen • current Influenza Vaccine. Please bring completed packets to the BIS Department using Entrance C (by the pedestrian crosswalk.)