Student Services Advisor/Allied Health
Programming for phlebotomy is contingent on community need and does not have a consistent schedule. Please keep checking this website for more information on date and registration for the next course.
Phlebotomists are skilled in collecting blood samples for diagnostic purposes. They are employed in physicians’ offices, blood banks, laboratories, and clinical facilities. By completing SFSC’s phlebotomy course, students learn to draw appropriate amounts of blood while minimizing patient discomfort, follow safety precautions and sanitary practices, and dispose of bio-hazardous materials.
- Be at least 18 years old.
- Score a 9 on all three sections of the Test of Adult Basic Education (TABE).
- Complete an Allied Health application.
- Complete CPR for the Health Care Professional (8 hours).
- Submit to a background check and fingerprinting.
- Complete a health history questionnaire and physician examination.
- Complete an Informed Consent form to participate in clinical.
||Basic Concepts of Phlebotomy (82 hours)
||CPR for the Health Care Professional (8 hours)
||Phlebotomy Practicum (75 hours)