The Phlebotomy Technician is generally known as a blood collector is an individual who performs phlebotomy, or collects blood samples. They generally assist in the collection and transportation of specimen other than venous blood (arterial blood, urine, tissues, sputum) and may also perform some clinical and technical functions. However, the primary function of the phlebotomist is in assisting the other members of the health care team in maintaining some accurate, safe and reliable collection and transportation of specimens for clinical laboratory analyses. This program teaches the student the standard clinical medical laboratory procedures as well as laboratory studies and instructions covering topics like specimen collection, urinalysis, basic office bacteriology, hematology, and chemistry. The study will include all aspects of medical laboratory safety, standard precautional measures, and quality control. They will learn to perform functions like venipuncture and capillary punctures. And above all, students will be equipped with the knowledge to handle various safety and clinical equipment.
The duration of training is (6) weeks for the full program consisting of 90 clock hours.
Morning and Evening options are available.
Total cost for the basic training is $850.00.
If a payment plan is needed, $200 will be due at registration and the remaining balance can then be made in payments up until graduation.
The program cost includes tuition, one uniform, and a book.
Class start dates:
Morning classes from 9 am to 1 pm.
Evening classes from 5 pm to 9 pm.
Dates: October 1st and November 12th will be the last two start dates in 2019.
Registration for our forming class is open. Please call (214)-691-0555 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any further questions.
Classes are Tuesdays and Thursdays.
30 live sticks on campus are required.
The National Healthcare Association Certification is $117.00. This is a national certification and can be used anywhere within the U.S.
We are vendors to Texas Workforce Commission(TWC), Department of Aging and Rehabilitative Services (DARS) and The GI Bill for Veterans.
In order to be accepted into the Phlebotomy Technician Program applicants must:
a. Be at least 18 years of age
b. Must at least an 8th-grade education or preferably a high school diploma or its equivalent.
c. Must furnish a photo identification (driver's license) and a social security card.
d. Must pass a criminal background check.
Applicants who have been convicted of any felony drug-related crime will not be considered for admission to the Dallas Career Institute.