• Licensure Training

Through a combination of classroom instruction and clinical rotations for practical experience, students will learn proper blood drawing, safety procedures, basic anatomy and physiology, special procedures, quality management and legal issues involved in blood collection. Students will complete the required hours needed in order to sit for the certified phlebotomist exam. The course is intended for Medical Assistant AAS degree students only in the Fall Semester and open to everyone in the Spring Semester. There typically is a waiting list for the spring, contact Sam Kujala to be added to the list.

Prerequisite: AHMA 201

For General Information:
Sam Kujala, Assistant to Director of Educational Services
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