3550 | Phlebotomy – OC
Phlebotomists are skilled in collecting blood samples for diagnostic purposes. They are employed in physicians’ offices, blood banks, laboratories, and clinical facilities.
This brief occupational certificate program prepares students to work as phlebotomists. Students acquire skills in communication, leadership, human relations, and employment; learn techniques for collecting blood specimens by capillary or venipuncture on adults, children and infants; learn how to attend to the comfort and well-being of the patient while performing blood collecting duties; and observe safety policies and procedures both in the classroom and clinical settings.
SFSC’s Phlebotomy course is offered in response to community need and not at consistent times of the year. Typically, the course is offered once during the fall term and once during the spring term, meeting on Saturdays and some evenings. It covers:
|Basic Concepts of Phlebotomy||82 contact hours|
|CPR for Healthcare Providers||8 contact hours|
|Phlebotomy Practicum||75 contact hours|
|Tuition (FL Resident)||$487.00
(subject to change)
|Uniforms (included in lab fees)||N/A|
|Fingerprinting, 10 Panel Drug Screen, Document Management||$122.00|
|Health Requirements||Cost varies by provider|
165 contact hours / 5.5 occupational credits
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