phlebotomy 

 

Phlebotomy is the skill of blood collection. The Phlebotomy course includes: Anatomy and Physiology, safety precautions, patients' rights, and the correct method for collection and storage of blood. The 165 hour course is for students who have no medical background. The Technical Center for Career & Adult Education also offers a 75 hour continuing education Phlebotomy course for students who are already working in the medical field and in a hands-on position such as Nursing Assistant. Phlebotomy Flyer      Uniform Example


Completion Rate: 86%    Placement Rate: 71%       Licensure Exam Pass Rate: N/A

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*Data as reported to COE and is updated annually in December of each calendar year.
Placement calculation may exclude (if applicable) program completers that are awaiting exam results,
refused employment, continued post-secondary education, or may be otherwise unavailable for employment.

 

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Where do I  register for the Phlebotomy Program?
A: Treasure Coast Technical College

Q: Are there prerequisites for the Phlebotomy Program? 
A: No, there are no prerequisites for this program,, however, a high school diploma or GED is required to sit for the National Healthcareer Association Certified Phlebotomy Technician (CPT) exam.

Q: Is there any entrance testing?
A: There is no prior testing required for the 165 hour program.   

Q: Is Financial Aid available?
A: Yes, please contact main office at 772-564-4970 for more information.

Q: Is a payment plan available?
A: A payment plan is available for information contact 772-564-4970.

For more information call 772-564-4970.

Attachments:

Download this file (Curriculum Framework.pdf)Phlebotomy Curriculum Frameworks260 kB777 Downloads
Download this file (Phlebotomy Flyer.pdf)Phlebotomy Flyer439 kB1258 Downloads
Download this file (Phlebotomy-Syllabus.pdf)Phlebotomy Syllabus467 kB54 Downloads