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Phlebotomy Certificate

This program has been discontinued.  

A phlebotomist draws blood from patients or donors in hospitals, commercial laboratories, physician's offices, blood banks, pharmaceutical firms, home health agencies, research institutions, hospices, public health clinics, prisons, and visit patient's homes. Students may prick finger to draw blood; will conduct interviews, take vital signs, and draw and test blood samples. Good phlebotomists play a key role in laboratory testing and patient care. Since the quality of a laboratory test is only as good as the specimen obtained, highly trained professional phlebotomy has become a very highly specialized area of clinical laboratory practice.

First Semester  
BAHM 101 Fundamentals of Computer Apps (GEC 2) 4
BAHM 144 Business Grammar 2
BAHM 150 Medical Terminology 2
BAHM 181 Records Management 1
ENGL 101 English Composition (GEC 1) 3
GNST 100 Freshman Seminar 0
PSYC 241 Life-Span Development 1
Semester Total 15
Second Semester  
ALHL 101 Phlebotomy & Lab 3
ALHL 120 OSHA (Medical) 1
BAHM 177 Legal Concepts in Healthcare 2
MATH 107 Applied Math For Health (GEC-2) 3
BAHM 198 Certificate Seminar 1
BAHM 251 IPR: Interviewing 1
BAHM 252 IPR: Professional Etiquette 1
BAHM 253 IPR: Customer Service Face-to-Face 1
BAHM 254 IPR: Customer Service Electronic 1
BAHM 255 IPR: Ethics 1
Semester Total 15