EMCC’s Phlebotomy Program prepares you for an entry-level position in the health care industry. You will learn to gather blood samples from patients in laboratory testing. It is a great way to advance your skills in the Health Care Industry. Practice hands-on phlebotomy applications using needles, syringes, vacationer tubes and other equipment. This course covers basic medical terminology, anatomy, laboratory math, blood composition, and infection control.
Minimum Qualifications for the Phlebotomy Program:
- High School Diploma or GED
- 18 years of age by start of course
- Clean criminal record*
- Current on required immunizations
*Subject to discretion of EMCC and clinical site directors
Phlebotomy Program Details
- 40 Hours of Classroom and Lab Instruction
- 16 Clinical Hours
- Learn safe practices and techniques in phlebotomy.
- Practice hands-on training in a student lab and in clinical settings at EMMC.
- Graduates of this program receive an Award of Completion and CEUs.
Class is held Tuesday and Thursday evenings from 6-8pm for 10 weeks. Clinical rotations will be scheduled following class time. Clinical rotations are two consecutive 8-hour days at Affiliated Laboratories.
Qualified Applicants will be contacted to complete a brief in-person interview before being accepted into the program.
Phlebotomy Program Costs
Tuition – $760 per person
Liability insurance fee – $13
Textbook – $111
Criminal Background Check (to be completed with application) – $75, additional fees may be charged for additional names and addresses in the past seven years.
Intro to Phlebotomy Program requirement:
- Online Application
- Phlebotomy Essay
- Please describe your career, educational, personal goals and why you want to take this course. Also include any previous healthcare experience and how you will use this training in the immediate future.
- Criminal Background Check
- Health History Form
Upload documents in the online application. Alternatively, email, fax, or mail completed materials to: