Program Description

The phlebotomy course will provide practical information and instruction in phlebotomy procedures and techniques, along with a comprehensive background in phlebotomy theory and principles.  The course will include an overview of vascular anatomy and physiology as well as a foundation in medical terminology.  Successful completion of the course will prepare students to take the Allied Health Association (AHA) Phlebotomy certification examination.

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Mission

The Allied Health Program of Northwest Technical Institute, in partnership with the NWA community, is committed to providing education to serve the needs of students wishing to enter a recognized health care profession and to provide quality health care for the community.


Application Procedure

  • Phlebotomy Program Application ($10.00 application fee)
  • Official High School Transcript or GED
  • Accuplacer Test ($10.00)The Accuplacer is a reading comprehension and arithmetic exam and an requirement to enter the Phlebotomy Program. This test may be taken Monday through Friday from 7:30 a.m. until 11 a.m.. A photo ID is required the day off testing.
  • Immunization records:
    • Two (2) Measles and Rubella (MMR), if born after January 1, 1957
    • Negative TB Skin Test (must be taken in the current year before class starts)
    • Influenza vaccine (for current flu season)
  • American Hearth Association CPR first aid card
  • One Reference (can include Employer, Counselors or Personal. References must be sent directly to NWTI)


You will be required to purchase one pair of black scrubs to wear to clinicals.
​Classes will be held from 6-9 Monday, Wednesday, and Friday for 16 weeks.

​Phlebotomy Program

Phlebotomy Program Future Classes

 

August 20, 2018
Monday, Wednesday, Friday
6pm - 9pm
16 Weeks

January 14, 2019
Monday, Wednesday, Friday
6pm - 9pm
​16 Weeks



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