CLOCK HOURS COMPLETED

  • ​​140 HOURS
  • DIDACTIC COURSE: 4 WEEKS
  • ​EXTERNSHIP: 40 HOURS (TO BE COMPLETED WITHIN 4 WEEKS)


​ENROLLMENT REQUIREMENTS

  • SLE Entrance Exam (passing score of 12)
  • High School Diploma or GED
  • Form of Picture ID (drivers license, passport, State ID, or Travel Visa)
  • Proof of Medical Insurance


​EXTERNSHIP REQUIREMENTS

  • Current Tuberculosis screening test (PPD)*within past 6 months. If positive students must have proof of negative chest x-ray within 2 years.
  • Vaccinations:  Hepatitis B (must be within 20 years) If not complete, proof of immunization must be shown for the 1st shot within 1 month or 1st and 2nd shot within 6 months.
  • Current CPR/BLS (American Heart Association Healthcare Provider) is required. Need a CPR Card? Click here to go to CPR Training Center.
  • Background Check (www.castlebranch.com    Package code: HB98)

After completing the above didactics and passing the NHA Phlebotomy Exam students must complete 40 hours of Clinical Externship at our local affiliate labs.


PHLEBOTOMY TECHNICIANS

The Phlebotomy Technician Program is for the motivated adult  wanting a new  medical career as a certified Phlebotomist.  The program will prepare the graduate to become an allied health professional with skills to perform the duties of a Phlebotomist in various clinical laboratories. The program includes 10 weeks of  didactic course and laboratory, and 40 hour of clinical externship.  Lectures in the didactic course include but not limited to anatomy and physiology, medical terminology, phlebotomy procedures, advance phlebotomy procedures and office procedures. Clinical externship at our affiliated laboratory provides hands-on training in venipuncture technique.  During this clinical externship students are required by California Department of Public Health Services-Laboratory Field Services  to obtain 40 hours of training and a minimum 50 successful venipunctures and 10 dermal skin punctures.  All clinical experience will be supervised by an licensed  phlebotomy instructor. Completion of this course will not automatically qualify a graduate to work as a Phlebotomist. However, once a student successfully achieved the assessment for skills and competency, he/she will enable to sit for the national exam.  Participants who passed the exam, and successfully completed the required hours and number of venipunctures will enable to apply for California Department of Public Health Services-Laboratory Field Services state License


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PROGRAM OBJECTIVES

  1. To meets the requirements set forth by the Department of Public Health-Laboratory Field Services which entitles graduates to their certificate as a Phlebotomy Technician .
  2. To prepare a knowledgeable entry-level employee with technical skills and work habits necessary to perform effectively as skilled professional phlebotomist. 
  3. To teach courses in anatomy, physiology, medical terminology, phlebotomy procedures, advance phlebotomy procedures and office procedures.
  4. Provide clinical activities that include patient identification and requisition, patient preparation, equipment selection and assembly, selection of various venipuncture procedure, post puncture care and instruction, transport and processing specimen.

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