Phlebotomist

Program            

Length             60 Hours

 

EduMed Partners, LLC Phlebotomy Technician program will offer students the knowledge base needed to enter the job market in the healthcare field at entry level positions. This training will give the graduate the ability to perform a variety of tasks. Among these tasks are collection of blood and body fluids, record keeping, and verifying patient information. Phlebotomy Technicians can also give patient instructions, pick up specimens, and collect drug screens. Students will also learn to operate centrifuge, clinical safety, patient rights, and basic anatomy. Students will also earn CPR and Bloodborne Pathogen Certifications.
 Graduates of the program will earn a certificate for completed course work. After completing the phlebotomy technician course, students will be eligible to set for registry or certification with such organizations as NHA. Phlebotomists can find employment in laboratories, physician offices, hospitals, nursing homes, rehabilitation centers, walk in clinics, mobile laboratories, American Red Cross, and home health agencies.




Tuition and Other Costs

 

Application Fee     $300.00

Tuition Cost         $1,300.00

 

 

Total Program Cost $1,600.00



Admissions Policies

    • Applicant must pass a THEC Approved Admission Assessment prior to beginning classes.
    • An applicant must be a high school graduate or have a recognized equivalent diploma (GED) or have been home schooled according to State regulations.
    • $300.00 registration fee, which is part of the total tuition cost, must be paid prior to admission
    • An applicant must participate in an interview with an admissions representative
    • $700.00, which is part of the total tuition cost, must be paid prior to sitting in the first class for Cash Pay Students.
    • Be A Skills and Achievement Commencement Credential for Students with Severe Disabilities replaced the Individual Education Program (IEP) diploma effective July 1, 2013. Neither the IEP diploma nor the Skills and Achievement Commencement Credential is acceptable for entrance into the program requiring high school graduation or a GED.
    • Be able to speak, read, and write fluently in English (all classes are taught in English).
    • List of suppies you must provide: stethoscope, BP cuff for MA



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EduMed Partners LLC

907 Rivergate Pky

Suite D2

Goodlettsville, TN 37072 

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