Phlebotomy

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Phlebotomy

The Phlebotomy Program at Southwest Technical College prepares the student through coursework and practicum to become certified in the National Healthcare Association as a phlebotomist. Coursework and practicums prepare you to acquire the knowledge and skills to collect blood and other specimens for hospitals, blood banks, and other healthcare facilities.  With successful completion of the program, students are eligible to sit for the Phlebotomy Technician Certification with the National Healthcare Association.

How long does it take?

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100 HOURS
(Approx. 2 months)

How much does it cost?

Cost

$600.00

(Including tuition, books, fees, & supplies)

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When can I get started?

This program starts about 2 times a year (click here for the current schedule). Call 435.586.2899 to find out when the next program begins.

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What careers can I get?

With an education in Phlebotomy, you could get a job working in a:

  • Clinical Laboratory
  • Hospital
  • Community Health Center
  • Nursing Home
  • Doctor’s Office
  • Blood Donation Centers
  • Other Healthcare Facilities

Become a Student

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Questions?

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coe-logoSouthwest Technical College is accredited by the Commision of the Council on Occupational Education. Information regarding accreditation may be obtained at www.council.org.