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A career as a phlebotomy technician is a rewarding path for someone who desires to work directly with patients. Phlebotomists use care and skill to obtain blood specimens from patients for analysis in the clinical laboratory. Laboratory testing personnel and physicians depend upon the phlebotomist to collect quality patient specimens in order to produce quality laboratory results. Phlebotomy technicians are trained to create an atmosphere of trust and confidence in patients while drawing blood specimens in a skillful and safe manner. Employment opportunities include, but are not limited to, hospitals, clinics, physicians' offices, laboratories and blood banks.

Information regarding the courses, national certification, and the application can be found in the information packet.

Application deadlines are March 1 for fall phlebotomy courses and Oct. 1 for spring phlebotomy courses. Applications should be emailed to the Phlebotomy Administrative Assistant at the Department of Health Sciences.

If accepted, all correspondence regarding the phlebotomy course will be delivered to the student at the student's email account. This includes information regarding admission to the course, instructions to prepare for the course, assignments and any other instructions and information needed by the student.

Information Packet and Application

Information Packet

Phlebotomy Application

Miscellaneous Information

For more information, please contact

Tracy Matthews,

Director of MLT & Phlebotomy