HLTH 118 - Introduction to Phlebotomy
Prepares the student in the techniques of phlebotomy (blood collecting), selection and care of equipment, and maintenance of safety standards in health care facilities. This is an 8-week class given each Fall and Spring semester. This is not a certificate program.
Phlebotomists collect patient blood samples by performing venipuncture and finger sticks. Certification may be obtained by exam from the American Society of Phlebotomy Technicians. Employment is available in hospitals, clinics, and health care provider offices.
Use the course search to see if HLTH 118 is offered for a particular semester.
The following estimated costs are for in-district students (out of district and out of state residents will be charged a higher rate; contact Enrollment Services if you have questions about residency 252-5400 ext. 4120)
- Tuition = $273.00
- Activity / Technology Fee = $12.00
- Course Fee = $60.00
- Total (Tuition and Fees only) = $345.00