A Phlebotomist functions as part of the laboratory team. He or she obtains patients’ blood specimens by venipuncture and micro-collection techniques. The phlebotomist also facilitates the collection and transportation of other clinical specimens.
Getting a certification in Phlebotomy is a stepping stone to other positions available in the medical field. Graduates from Spectrum Healthcare Training Center can pursue different career goals set in a variety of environments including but not limited to:
- Physicians’ Clinics
- Blood Centers
- Nursing Homes
- Insurance Examiners
- Government Facilities
- Introduction to Phlebotomy
- Phlebotomy Role in Health Care
- Safety in Phlebotomy
- Phlebotomy Equipment
- Phlebotomy Technique
- The Challenges of Phlebotomy
- Specimen Considerations and Special Procedures
- Customer Service in Phlebotomy
- Legal Compliance in Phlebotomy Service
- Proving Competency in Phlebotomy
Tuition and Fees
Tuition for this program is $1,600.00. The cost of books is estimated at $120.00. The student must be up to date with his/her tuition before or by the first day of class. Those who may not be able to do so may choose a payment plan. Please call or visit the office for more information.
ATTENDANCE: This is an intensive program and there is no room for lateness or absenteeism. This is practical oriented class and students are encouraged to be punctual and attend all classes. Student who is absent from class during the practice period will not continue with the class rather the student will be encouraged to register with the next class or the students’ fees will be refunded according to the school refund policy.
EXTERNSHIP: This program does not offer externship. All the practical and the draws are done in school.
SCHOOL HOURS= 9 am to 5 pm
Spectrum Healthcare Training Center observes all the Federal and State holidays.
|Start Date||End Date||Last Day To Register|
|September 20,2023||December 3, 2023||September 20, 2023|
|December 13, 2023||February 25, 2024||December 13, 2023|
|March 6, 2024||May 19, 2024||March 6, 2024|
If you would like to learn more about this program, call 781-593-3900.