|The Next Phlebotomy course will be offered:
Spring Quarter 2014
April 1-June 5/ Tuesday/Thursdays 6:00pm-9:00pm
Apply beginning January 20th!
AHCJ 105 Procedures in Phlebotomy (5 units) is a 40-hour basic course designed to train individuals to collect blood for laboratory analysis, which is necessary for the diagnosis and care of the patient. It is ideal for those interested in becoming a Certified Phlebotomy Technician I (CPT-1) or for health professionals seeking to expand their current skills.
This program trains the modern phlebotomist to perform venipuncture and capillary puncture. Other topics covered include medical terminology, laboratory safety, basic anatomy and physiology, quality assurance, and medicolegal issues of phlebotomy. Over 40 hours of supervised clinical experience is provided at Loma Linda University Medical Center and other medical affiliates, allowing participants to achieve proficiency in the health-care setting.
This program is approved by the California Department of Public Health, Laboratory Field Services, 850 Marina Bay Pkwy., Bldg. P, 1st Floor, Richmond, CA 94804-6403, (510) 620-3800, http://www.dhs.ca.gov.
Successful participants receive a certificate in phlebotomy and are eligible to take a national certifying examination.
A minimum grade of C (2.0) is required for satisfactory performance in the program. Loma Linda University reserves the right to withhold certification if course requirements are not met. Unsatisfactory clinical performance will be cause for dismissal from the program.
To be eligible for admission, the applicant must:
This program is not eligible for Financial Aid. Tuition Fees are due before the course begins.
Nonrefundable application fee $25.00
Tuition $2020.00 (5 quarter units)
School enrollment quarterly fee $738
Background Check $42.95
Begin your process by Applying online with the additional Instructions below.
Please follow these additional instructions when completing the online application for the phlebotomy program.
Under the "Previous College" section- Leave the college school code blank and use "N/A" for the college name and use dates of attendance of Jan 1900-Jan 1901. This overrides this portion of the application. Phlebotomy students DO NOT need to have previous college courses or provide official college transcripts from previous colleges or higher learning institutions. This requirement will be deleted completely after the application is submitted.
Under the "Recommendations" section- It shows to submit three recommendations. Phlebotomy students are only required to submit one professional recommendation. The section will not have a check mark showing completion, but the application can be submitted with just one professional recommendation.
Under the "Projected Coursework" section- Click the [none planned] option to indicate that there is no planned coursework (at the n/a school).
There is a $25 application fee due at the time application.
You will need to request your high school transcripts to be sent to the following address: Admissions Processing Loma Linda University Loma Linda CA 92350.
Contact email@example.com if you have difficulty with the online application.
The California regulations were signed and became effective April 9, 2003. You may obtain a state certificate by following the three-step process: (1) take classroom instruction from an approved phlebotomy training program, (2) pass a written certification examination, and (3) submit an application form to the state with the required documents and fees. See http://www.dhs.ca.gov/ps/ls/lfsb/html/phlebotomy.htm.
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