Military Credentialing Programs - Phlebotomy Technician

Program Description

PLAB 1323 Phlebotomy and PLAB 1460 Clinical-Phlebotomy

This course teaches skill development in the performance of a variety of blood collection methods using proper techniques and standard precautions. Includes vacuum collection devices, syringes, capillary skin puncture, butterfly needles and blood culture, and specimen collection on adults, children, and infants. Emphasis on infection prevention, patient identification, specimen labeling, quality assurance, specimen handling, processing, accessioning, professionalism, ethics, anatomy and physiology, and medical terminology.

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Program Location and Duration

Central Campus, Traditional Offering, One semester

Program Cost

Contact Program for details. Tuition based on residency status. Textbooks required.

Additional Program Information

Students interested in the program must submit applications packets to the PBT Office, located in the Science Center (Bldg. 150), Room 1114.
Students are admitted to the Phlebotomy program on a first-come basis after admission criteria have been met. (See student checklist in the Application Packet)

The purpose of the program is to provide an in-depth study of phlebotomy and the related skills required by the phlebotomist to function in the healthcare setting.
As a phlebotomy technician, you will be qualified to work in a hospital, in a doctor’s clinic or other related healthcare facilities.

Starting in the summer 2019 semester, the Phlebotomy program will be a one-semester certificate program. It will be offered every semester (summer, fall and spring).

The program includes classroom and clinical experience in the following discipline areas:

PLAB 1323 - Phlebotomy (Lecture and Lab)
PLAB 1460 - Clinical Rotations - include hands-on experience in a variety of clinical facilities.

After completion of the Phlebotomy Lecture, a criminal history record and drug screen will be required of each student prior to admission to clinical rotations. Information on where and when to complete this will be given to each student (Please do not complete this otherwise, as we are not able to accept records from outside agencies, records carried in or records outside of the proper time frame.)

Upon completion, the student will be eligible to take a national certifying examination.

Program MOS


Program Careers

Healthcare Support

Contact Info

Central Campus

Coordination POC: Mr. John Bradshaw, MLT/HT/PBT Office Assistant, or 254-526-1586

Registration POC: Ms. Lacey Moore, EMS Clerk, or 254-526-1266