Phlebotomists play an important role on the medical laboratory team by collecting specimens for laboratory testing. With experience, a phlebotomist can be promoted to higher level positions such as phlebotomy supervisor or laboratory assistant. The U.S. Department of Labor predicts that the market for Phlebotomists will increase 10-20% over the next ten years. The Phlebotomy program consists of 120 hours in the classroom learning theory and laboratory procedures, including CPR training, plus 120-160 clinical hours in a medical laboratory. Course topics include: Principles/Methods of Phlebotomy, Anatomy and Physiology, Medical Terminology, Infection Control, Quality Assurance, and Professionalism. This program allows the graduate to sit for the Phlebotomy exam by American Society of Clinical Pathology, ASCP.



Classes begin:

September and February

Classes are scheduled:

Monday & Wednesday 6:00 – 9:30 p.m.

Classroom Hours Requirement:

120 Hours including CPR Training (Saturday class)

Clinical Hours Requirement:

120-160 hours Clinical hours are done during the day, full-time Monday through Friday for 3-4 weeks of 40 hours. A minimum of 120 hours is required to complete the clinical portion of the Phlebotomy Program. Part-time clinical assignments are not available.



Innovative six month program consisting of hands on clinical phlebotomy skills. State of the art equipped labs. Job skills for today’s demanding medical field. Small classes. Reasonable cost. Clinical externship completed in medical laboratory.



  • Laboratories
  • Physicians Offices
  • Medical Clinics
  • Surgical Centers
  • Hospitals
  • Veterinary Clinics
  • Blood and Plasma Donation Centers
  • Insurance Companies
  • Government Medical Facilities
  • U.S. Armed Forces