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The course is 45 hours involving didactics and lab practice followed by a 24 hour hands-on clinical experience. The student will be well prepared with an entry level knowledge and skills for employment in the field of phlebotomy. Topics include infection control, cleanup procedures, blood and circulation system, phlebotomy equipment, venipuncture techniques, collection tube color coding, safe needle disposal, specimen transportation and legal issues.

Phlebotomy requires that all applicants take a reading assessment exam that needs to be passed at the 9th grade reading level.  Exam will be scheduled once application and high school or GED diploma is received, and enrollment opens.

Prepares students for the Certified Phlebotomy Technician Exam (SCPT) through NCCT

Dates:   9/18/2024 - 1/15/2025   
Hours:   45 classroom, 24 clinical  
Days:    Wednesdays
Times:   5:00 pm - 8:00 pm  
Tuition:  $1,070

Dates:   3/17/25 - 5/12/25   
Hours:   45 classroom, 24 clinical  
Days:    Mondays & Thursdays
Times:   5:00 pm - 8:00 pm  
Tuition:  $1,070

The following items are needed in the Phlebotomy program:
  1. Physical Form updated 11 23.pdf
  2. Venipuncture form
  3. COVID vaccine and boosters are recommended, but not required in our community partner facilities at this time.  However, if a COVID vaccine becomes a requirement at any of the healthcare facilities our program uses for clinical sites, students will need to get a vaccine to complete the clinical components of the program.

For additional information/questions, call (607) 763-3661

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Tuition includes textbooks and program specific supplies.  Any personal items, such as uniforms, watches and footwear are the responsibility of the student.

Our Core Values

  • Students are our first priority.
  • Employees are our most valuable resource.
  • Cultivating diversity, equity, inclusion and guarding against bias are essential.
  • Everyone is treated with dignity and respect.
  • All employees will exhibit professionalism, integrity and excellence.
  • Creativity and continuous improvement are crucial to everything we do.
  • A safe, challenging and nurturing environment supports learning.
  • All can learn and grow academically, socially and emotionally.
  • Customer service and collaboration are key to being a successful and trusted partner.