Campbellsville University’s Phlebotomy certification program teaches students to draw blood for tests, transfusions, and other purposes.
Generally, phlebotomy technicians can find work in hospitals, blood donation centers, doctor’s offices, and various laboratories. Depending on the setting, phlebotomists will draw blood, ensure that a patient’s sample is properly labeled, enter the patient’s information into a health database, and prepare medical instruments like needles and vials. In many cases, the phlebotomist may be the only medical practitioner to interact with a patient during their visit. Therefore, they must ensure that patients feel as comfortable and relaxed as possible when drawing blood.
This affordable program includes tuition, textbooks, a drug screen, background check, malpractice insurance, and the national exam fee (payment plans are also available). We are also accredited by the National Center for Competency Testing (NCCT).
To be admitted into the phlebotomy program, applicants must be at least 18 years old, have a high school diploma or GED, pass a drug test and criminal background check, and provide proof of immunizations.
According to the BLS, employment of phlebotomy technicians is expected to grow 27 percent between 2012 and 2022. In 2012, phlebotomists held around 101,300 positions, and were paid a median annual wage of $29,730 ($14.29 an hour). Approximately 27,100 new jobs will be created during this time, making a phlebotomy certification even more valuable.
Most phlebotomists hold full-time positions, and some who work in hospitals and labs are required to take on night shifts and weekends.
For more information about the phlebotomy training program at the Louisville Center, contact our Louisville Allied Health Representative:
Deborah Thomas 502-753-0264 ext.6019 email@example.com
Length of Program – 150 clock hours over 3-4 months
Format – On Campus in Campbellsville, Hodgenville or Louisville.
Program Mission – To provide a quick, affordable, quality education to students who are seeking an allied health certification.
Program Definition – 150 hour course of study in phlebotomy procedures. It includes 50 hours of classroom time and 100 clinical hours. The medical field is one of the fastest growing job markets today and in the future, we have small classes (max 8 students), we offer payments plans.
Admissions Requirements (for program only) – Must be at least 18 years of age and have a high school diploma or GED, pass drug screen, pass criminal background check, provide proof of immunizations.
Cost – $1999.00 (includes tuition, books, malpractice insurance, drug screen, background check & national exam fee)
Deborah Thomas, Enrollment Advisor
502-753-0264 ext. 6019, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Accreditations/Certifications – National Center for Competency Testing (NCCT)