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Phlebotomy Program Information

120 Clock Hours Certificate Program

Program Description:
This program is designed for people who plan to work for a clinical laboratory or public health department or a clinic or hospital. The course combines 40-hours classroom instruction with a 40hours off-site clinical internship to provide students with a comprehensive learning experience. Lectures include but are not limited to the anatomy and medical terminology pertaining to the circulatory system, specimen collection, risk factors, complications and quality assurance in specimen collection. Practical instruction provides hands-on training in venipuncture technique with procedures verified through a skills check-off system. The 40-hour externship includes a minimum of 50 successful venipunctures and 10 skin punctures. In California, it is required to be state certified to work as a phlebotomist. Upon completion of the program, students will receive a certificate of completion and become eligible to take an examination for certification in the State of California as a Certified Phlebotomist Technician level 1.

Admission Requirements:
Applicants must possess a high school diploma or GED certificate.

Course Prerequisites
Proof of good health: A report which includes a medical history, physical examination and PPD test or CXR signed by a healthcare provider performing the physical examination shall be provided to the institution indicating that the student does not have any health conditions that would create a hazard to him/her and patients or visitors. Due before clinical training begins. Must be free from conviction by any court (other than minor traffic convictions) or have clearance from the California Department of Health Services. Submit completed Live Scan form before clinical training begins. Must be able to exert 20-50 lbs of force occasionally, 10-25 lbs of force frequently, and/or up to 10 lbs of force constantly to move objects. Must attend the Sri Sai Krish Institute orientation (1st day of class)

Course Objectives:
Upon completion of this program, the student will be able to:
Have a basic understanding of the background on phlebotomy including: the history of phlebotomy, the role of the phlebotomist, state requirements, and legal/ethical issues. Have the skills necessary in providing continued high-quality service. Have a basic understanding of anatomy and physiology with a focus on the circulatory system. Be able to apply safety in the workplace including infection-control practices, biological hazards and wastes, electrical safety, fire safety, radiation safety, chemical safety, first aid, and self-protection. Be able to perform the necessary clerical functions associated with phlebotomy. Be able to utilize blood collection equipment.

Be able to collect a quality blood specimen for laboratory diagnostic purposes. Have information that will expand their skills within the clinical laboratory.

The method by which these objectives and the mission of the institution fulfilled will be achieved through direct instruction, lecture and practicum. The instructor provides assistance by integrating technology into instruction, emphasizes student-centered learning and by placing more responsibility on the students to take the initiative for meeting the demands of various learning tasks.

Course Outline

Course Number
Clock Hours
Course Title Lecture
Hours
Lab
Hours
Clock
Hours
PT 101 Introduction to Phlebotomy 3 3
PT 102 Customer Service 8 8
PT 103 Medical Terminology/ Basic Anatomy & Physiology 8 8
PT 104 Safe Environment 6 6
PT 105 Clerical Duties 3 3
PT 106 Blood Specimen Collection Equipment 4 4
PT 107 Blood Collection Process 24 24
PT 108 Specimen Handling 8 8
PT 109 Non-blood Specimen 8 8
PT 110 Quality, Application Process & Continuing Education 8 8
Clinical Externship 40 40
Program Totals 80 40 120



Clinical

Externships are held at designated affiliate healthcare locations. Here, students will work with actual patients under the supervision of experienced medical healthcare professionals. Session times will vary.

Method of Instruction

Lecture, practicum and clinical. The instructor provides assistance by integrating technology into instruction, and emphasizes student-centered learning by placing more responsibility on the students to take the initiative for meeting the demands of various learning tasks.

To obtain certification from the California Department of Health Services, Laboratory Field Services graduates of the Phlebotomy Technician program must take the Registered Phlebotomy Technician Examination through the AMT American Medical Technologists and administrated by Pearson VUE Testing Center. Upon completion of the program graduates will receive information on how and where to take the test from their instructor.

Course Descriptions

  • PT 101 Introductions to Phlebotomy
    During this module student learn the basic background information on phlebotomy including: the history of phlebotomy, the role of the phlebotomist, state requirements, and legal/ethical issues.
  • PT 102 Customer Service
    The student learns the skills necessary in providing continued high quality service.
  • PT 103 Medical Terminology/Basic Anatomy and Physiology
    During this module student learn a basic understanding of anatomy and physiology with a focus on the circulatory system.
  • PT 104 Safe Environments
    The student learns about safety in the workplace including infection control practices, biological hazards and wastes, electrical safety, fire safety, radiation safety, chemical safety, first aid, and self-protection.
  • PT 105 Clerical Duties
    During this module student learn perform the necessary clerical functions associated with phlebotomy.
  • PT 106 Blood Specimen Collection Equipment
    The student learns the basic knowledge and skills necessary to use blood collection equipment.
  • PT 107 Blood Collection Process
    During this module student learn how to collect a quality blood specimen for laboratory diagnostic purposes.
  • PT 108 Specimen Handling
    This module prepares the phlebotomy learner with information that will expand their skills within the clinical laboratory.
  • PT 109 Non-blood Specimen
    During this module student learn the other body fluids also analyzed in the laboratory.
  • PT 110 Quality, Application Process and Continuing Education
    This module prepares the learner with the information regarding quality activities in the workplace, specific application processes for obtaining California Phlebotomy Certification and Continuing Education Requirements.

Graduation Requirement:
Upon successful completion (70% and more) of both theoretical and clinical components of the Phlebotomy program and if all financial obligations are met a certificate of completion is issued to the graduate. Upon completion of the program students will receive a certificate of completion and become eligible for certification in the State of California as a Certified Phlebotomist Technician level 1 through California Department of Health Services, Laboratory Field Services.