Phlebotomy Technician Program
At Gentle Hands of Integrity, we offer 3-Weeks of exciting and positive energy environment to learn to become a Phlebotomy Technician.
About the program:
At Gentle Hands of Integrity, we offer 3-Weeks of exciting and positive energy environment to learn to become a Phlebotomy Technician. We are a State Licensed Phlebotomy Training Center. These three weeks will consist of blended online and skill lab to provide students with a solid knowledge base on professionalism, safety, and venipuncture technique. With our highly trained staff in phlebotomy techniques, infection control, equipment and experience our students are bound for success. Students will gain knowledge on preventing needlesticks, transmission of bloodborne pathogens, patient’s right, and communication. Students will complete a total of 50 Blood draw sticks. To conclude this course students will complete all practical hours, and phlebotomy technician certification exam.
3- Week Course; Monday-Wednesday (online) 4 hours; Thursday (skill/lab) in person once a week 4-4.5 hours
Cost: Class Tuition- $750.00
National Exam Fee: $130.00
Total tuition fee: $880.00
Available for Online Attendance
Training Program include:
• Access to online platform
• One uniform
• TB Testing (if needed)
• Practical Skill Training
• Introduction to fundamental principles of medical terminology, laboratory equipment, anatomy & physiology
• Interpersonal skills
• Safety and Infection Control skills
• Job Search assistance
• • Must be 18 years old or older
• Application fee $50.00
• Complete Application Process
• Complete Orientation
• Student will need to pay $250.00 prior to or at orientation to hold sit for course.
• Valid Identification
• Negative TB Skin Test
Application fee $50.00 (non-refundable)
Full payment: $880.00
Payment plan: $250 before or at orientation; $330.00 due on 1st day of class; Balance $300.00 due at the beginning day 4 of class.
We accept cash, sponsorship program, credit card, debit card. **Student will pay all associated fees for the use of credit cards/debit cards.
Cancellation Policy: An applicant who provides a written notice of cancellation with three (3) business days (excluding weekends & holidays), will be subject to a refund excluded any processing fees is applicable.
Withdrawal Policy: If a student withdrawal for the phlebotomy technician training will have to provide a letter in writing of withdrawal to the Administrator with last date of attendance. The student will have 45 days to complete the program.
Refund policy, and attendance policy will fall in line with Gentle Hands of Integrity guidelines.
Q: What is a Phlebotomist?
A: A phlebotomist is an important member of the healthcare team. They draw blood from patients for clinical or medical testing, transfusions, donations or research. Phlebotomists work closely with patients and other healthcare professionals. This is an entry-level medical career that is often considered as a step toward more complex jobs, like nursing assistant, registered nurse or even medical doctor.
Q: What is Phlebotomy?
A: Phlebotomy is the act of drawing or removing blood in order to obtain a sample for analysis and diagnosis.
Q: Where do phlebotomists work?
A: Phlebotomists work in medical and diagnostic laboratories, private-practices, clinics, hospitals and donor collections centers.
Q: What is the average salary?
A: According to the United States Department of Labor and Statistics, the median salary for phlebotomists is $31,731 per year, or $15.26 per hour.