Combined Medical Assistant and Phlebotomy Program
Dates of Training
M-F from 9:00AM to
This state of the art program is designed in collaboration with local health care providers using national standards to train potential employees for positions in long term care facilities, medical laboratories, clinics, hospitals and medical offices. Upon successful completion of this program the student will be able to function as a professional in a medical office such as a Physician's Clinical Assistant, Administrative Office Manager, Nurses' Assistant, Phlebotomy Technician or Laboratory Assistant. The program includes instruction in basic vascular anatomy and physiology, skin puncture procedures and applicable standards and regulations.
- Be able to provide evidence of a high school diploma, a General Education Development (GED) certificate, or a certificate or transcript from a Home Study program equivalent to high school level and recognized by your home state.
- Complete the required admissions documents and submit the necessary fee(s) stated on the Tuition and Fee Schedule
- Complete an informational interview.
- Complete an application for transfer of credit prior to the first day of the course for which the transfer credit is requested; this may require an examination to determine credit for the previous education, training, or work experience.
- Complete financial aid applications if applicable.
|Program Duration||36 weeks|
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|Tuition and Fees||Contact The School|
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|Registration Fees||Contact The School|
|Classroom and Lab Instruction||760 Clock Hours|
|Externship||235 Clock Hours|
|Total Clock Hours||995 Clock Hours|
Please, contact us directly to register.