Phlebotomy Training Classes
What is a Phlebotomist?
Phlebotomy is the process of withdrawing blood for the purpose of medical testing. The person who withdrawals the blood is called the Phlebotomist. Phlebotomists are hired in hospitals, doctor offices, blood donation centers, dialysis centers, plasma centers and more.
Why become a Phlebotomist?
As a phlebotomist you have the option to work in several different healthcare settings and impact several patients each day. If you are caring and compassionate about helping others, this is a job for you. This is a great introduction into the healthcare field and can be used a stepping stone into another career or a career on its own. According the Bureau of Labor Statistics the demand for Phlebotomists will continue to be 25% higher than all other occupations. The average hourly wage for a Phlebotomist is anywhere from $12.00 to $18.80.
Why Choose Heart to Heart Healthcare Training?
Our Phlebotomy class consists of a blended learning experience of both online and in- class. All
lectures will take place through our online classroom, while all of your lab experience (blood-
draws) will take place in the classroom setting during specific dates/times. The student will have
4 weeks to complete the online learning assignments at their own pace and an additional 4 weeks
to complete all required blood-draws.
This program prepares the graduate to work as a Phlebotomist in any clinical setting. Our
students will be taught anatomy and physiology, safety, medical terminology, communication,
infection control, phlebotomy basics, equipment, specimen collections and handling, as well as
various other information regarding Phlebotomy. After completion of the program the student
may sit for the National Certification Examination for Phlebotomy, which is included in the
tuition. Our structured program gives step by step guided instruction so that every student can be
successful, whether they have a prior medical education and experience or not.
At Heart to Heart we always take each class and each individual student very seriously. As a
graduate of Heart to Heart Healthcare Training we know you will be taking care of our
communities loved ones, and that is a big responsibility. We want to make sure you learn
everything you need to know to safely and respectfully take care of your patients. We pride ourselves in caring for each individual patient as if it were our own loved one, and teaching students the importance of doing the same.
What is the cost of the Phlebotomy Technician Program?
The total cost of the Phlebotomy class is $850. Tuition includes all laboratory supplies. Students are responsible for purchasing the book (Phlebotomy, 5th Edition by Robin S Warekois, BS, MT (ASCP), Richard Robinson, NASW and Pamela Primrose ISBN: 9780323642668, Copyright: 2020). Students who successfully pass the class with be eligible to sit for the national exam (the fee for the national exam is $109).
How do I register for the Phlebotomy Program?
To register for the Phlebotomy class we require a $300 deposit to secure your spot. At the time of registration you will be required to fill out a registration packet as well as place your deposit. The remaining balance of $550 would be due on or before the day prior to lab starting. You can register by scheduling an appointment, paying your deposit over the phone, or on our website.
What are the requirements to be accepted into your Phlebotomy training class?
You must be at least 18 years of age. As part of the Phlebotomy Technician program blood draws will be practiced on each other, an instructor or multiple instructors will be supervising all blood draws.
Do you offer Financial Aid or Payment Plans?
At this time we do not offer financial aid. However, you can contact your local Michigan Works. If you qualify, they may assist you with paying for our Phlebotomy training.
We do accept payment plans. If you are interested in a payment plan, please contact Heart to Heart for more information.
How long is the Phlebotomy class?
The Phlebotomy class at Heart to Heart is 8 weeks in length. The first four weeks of class will take place online, where you will log in to our online classroom and complete lessons. The online lessons include lectures, powerpoint, quizzes, exams, and homework. The last four weeks of the class we will meet for lab on Tuesday's and Thursday's from 5pm to 7pm. In lab you will be able to work with the Phlebotomy equipment as well as practice blood draws.