The Phlebotomist Technician course is designed for those who learn best in the traditional classroom. This program teaches students to perform a variety of blood collection methods using proper techniques and precautions.
Registration fees include the complete course, use of the book, drug testing, background check, CPR certification.
We accept Cash, Check, or Credit Card
Option 1: Complete payment at the end of registering Online.
Option 2: Tuition payment plans. Pay for the course in installments. Please see below for more details:
With Emergency Medicine Academy
Multiple payments are accepted. Half of the total tuition must be paid prior to the start date of the registered course. The remaining balance can be split into three additional separate payments. A 10% fee is applied to the remaining unpaid tuition balance at the start of class.
With Key Bank
For tuition payment plans, we are proud to have a partnership with Key Bank. Please click here for more details.
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Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:
- Demonstrate knowledge of infection control and safety.
- Demonstrate basic knowledge of the anatomy and physiology of the arm.
- Demonstrate understanding of the importance of specimen collection.
- Demonstrate knowledge of collection equipment and various types of additives used.
- Demonstrate proper techniques to perform venipuncture and capillary puncture.
- Demonstrate understanding of quality assurance in phlebotomy.
- Demonstrate understanding of the basic concepts of communications, personal and patient interaction, professional behavior and legal implications of the work environment.
Emergency Medicine Academy LLC is recognized as a training institution by the Idaho Department of Emergency Medical Services and is registered as a proprietary school with the Idaho State Board of Education.
The Phlebotomist Technician course was designed to prepare students to work in a laboratory or hospital setting. This course emphasis will be placed on infection prevention, proper patient identification, proper handling of specimens and quality control. At the end of the course the student is offered a clinical experience of between 20-80 hours in a lab or in-patient setting.