The Phlebotomy Training program at Mid-America Nursing & Allied-Health Institute is where future Phlebotomists can get their comprehensive training at affordable rates.
As a Phlebotomist, you will need to improve your dexterity and communication skills. You will also be coached on how to deal with patients and to work cohesively with other healthcare professionals such as when drawing blood from the patient, interpreting blood drawing particulars from the doctor, laboratory specimen handling protocol and other essential topics related to the Phlebotomy profession.
The Mid-America Nursing & Allied-Health Institute is aimed at getting students interested in becoming Phlebotomy Technicians to perform delegated duties within the health care facility they are employed at, and within the scope of phlebotomy practice as defined by the National Association of Health Professionals (NAHP).
The program will cover proper techniques of obtaining blood samples for clinical testing utilizing a variety of learning strategies including in-class lectures, simulations, discussions, self-tests, hands-on practice, exams/quizzes, assignments, and group or individual classroom presentations
- Introduction to Phlebotomy
- Blood Components/Blood Collection Procedures
- Specimen Labeling/Quality Assurance
- Patient Identification/Body Systems
- Clinical Phlebotomy/Lab Safety
- Venipuncture/Capillary puncture techniques
- Medical Terminology
- Infection Control Procedures/Lab Safety
- 18 years and above
- High School Diploma/GED
- Valid State ID/SSN
- Admission Interview/Completed student packet.
- Hunter green scrub (available for purchase on campus).
- Current TB test result or Chest X-ray
- Text Book: Phlebotomy – Worktext and Procedures Manual – 4e
- Authors: Robin S. Warekois BS MT (ASCP) and Richard Robinson NASW
- Tuition – $950
- $100 to hold your spot (non-refundable with no-show to class). Payment plan available.