Phlebotomy

 classes in 

Tyler

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Phlebotomist
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In the
Tyler
metro area,
the average cost of a
Phlebotomist
class is $
950
the average class length is approximately
6
weeks long, and
the average starting pay for
Phlebotomist
here is $
28
per hour.
Next
Phlebotomist
class
January 31, 2023

Necole's Learning Academy - Jacksonville

Verified
1738 South Jackson Street, Jacksonville, TX 75766
Pay in full: $
950
Payment plan: $
475
upfront

NLA - Jacksonville's Phlebotomist class provides students with the necessary training to become certified phlebotomists. Students will learn blood collection techniques and safety protocols, as well as medical terminology and anatomy related to the field. Upon completion, they will be eligible to sit for the national certification exam with the American Society of Phlebotomy Technicians (ASPT).

Administrator:
Necole Mitchell
Programs:
Certified Nursing Assistant, CPR / Basic Life Support certified student, Certified Medical Assistant, Electrocardiogram (ECG/EKG) technician, Medical Billing / Coding professional, Phlebotomist, Certified Pharmacy Technician (CPhT), Qualified Medication Aide
Class type:
Online
Next
Phlebotomist
class

Necole's Learning Academy - Tyler

Verified
1700 South Southeast Loop 323, Suite #310, Tyler, TX 75701
Pay in full: $
950
Payment plan: $
475
upfront

Nothing but 5 stars on Google for Necole's 6-week Phlebotomy program. They have highly-trained instructors who make classes fun with their hands-on approach to teaching.

Administrator:
Necole Mitchell
Programs:
Certified Nursing Assistant, Phlebotomist, Certified Pharmacy Technician (CPhT), Qualified Medication Aide, Electrocardiogram (ECG/EKG) technician, Medical Billing / Coding professional
Class type:
Online

Frequently asked questions

What is phlebotomy?

A phlebotomy technician is someone who draws blood from patients. Phlebotomists collect and prepare blood for diagnostic tests, donations, and blood transfusions.

What is the criteria for becoming a phlebotomy technician through Dreambound?

You'll need to obtain a High School Diploma or GED or complete an 8th Grade test. You must be able to pass a criminal background check. You'll also need to provide a copy of your Social Security card and one of your state-issued IDs (e.g., state ID, driver's license, American passport). You may be asked for other documents such as a drug test or immunization records. We match you with our state-approved CNA training provider in your area. To fill out the Dreambound Application form, click here.

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