This program trains students to draw blood specimens, via venipuncture and skin puncture, to aide doctors in the diagnosis and/or treatment of patient’s health issues. This short-term program with institutionally-organized, hands-on clinical training can lead to a life-long career as a phlebotomist. It can serve as a springboard into other occupations such as a Medical Assistant, Medical Laboratory Technician, Licensed Practical Nurse, or a Registered Nurse.
Please contact Vickey Myatt at Vickey.Myatt@tcatnashville.edu or (615) 425-5533 with any questions regarding the Phlebotomy program.
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|Typical Program Length||4 Months|
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Next Class – September 2018
Acceptance is on a first-come, first-served basis.
How to Apply for the Phlebotomy Program
Applicants must complete the Phlebotomy Application Packet. The application packet can be obtained from the Allied Health Department. If you prefer to have it emailed, please email Vickey Myatt at the email address listed below to request the packet.
The following will be required for enrollment into the program:
- Proof of Education: Submit one of the following:
- Official High School Transcript
- Official College Transcript
- Official GED Certificate/Scores
- Phlebotomy Packet (the packet must be complete to be accepted)
The program is 4 months in length. Class meets Monday through Friday from 7:45 a.m. to 2:15 p.m., while in class. Clinical will begin in the 3rd month of the program. Clinical hours vary based on the site you will be attending. Clinical hours are subject to change. Clinical is mandatory to complete the program.
Cost of Training
For the costs of the Phlebotomy program, please refer to the expense sheet available on the school website. The costs includes tuition, textbooks, supplies, and tools required for the program.
NOTE: Uniforms, textbooks and supplies are required for the first day of class.
FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT
Vickey Myatt, Allied Health Secretary
email@example.com or (615) 425-5533
Mary Armbrecht, Phlebotomy Instructor
firstname.lastname@example.org or (615) 425-5565
100 White Bridge Road
Nashville, TN 37209
Draw blood for tests, transfusions, donations, or research. May explain the procedure to patients and assist in the recovery of patients with adverse reactions.
Bright Outlook: Yes
Currently employed in the area: 2,950
Current job openings per year: 160