The historical definition of phlebotomy is the practice of opening a vein by incision or puncture to remove blood for therapeutic purposes (also known as bloodletting). A more modern definition is the act of collecting blood from the veins, generally for the purpose of laboratory testing and/or analysis.
This 20 hour phlebotomy class meets on two weekdays 5:00pm to 10:00pm and one Saturday 8:00am to 6:00pm (see calendar for dates). If less than eight students are enrolled, the class will be postponed.
It does NOT include clinical phlebotomy hours. Information and contacts are provided for those who wish to complete clinical hours independently.
This class is for students who wish to pursue a career as a phlebotomist, gain an understanding about phlebotomy, or just to indicate on their resume that they have completed a phlebotomy course. Additional courses may be required by an employer.
Once you have completed the phlebotomy class, you will receive a "Certificate of Completion" indicating that you have received education in phlebotomy.
Unlike CNA certification (which is highly regulated by the State), there are no State (or National) approved guidelines for phlebotomy education, nor is there such a thing as a "State Certified Phlebotomist".
The cost for the 20 hour phlebotomy class is:
Which is all inclusive (no additional costs)
You can view scheduled class times and register online for this class.
You can call Steve Thorkelson for more questions at: