The phlebotomy course will provide practical information and instruction in phlebotomy procedures and techniques, along with a comprehensive background in phlebotomy theory and principles. The course will include an overview of vascular anatomy and physiology as well as a foundation in medical terminology. Successful completion of the course will prepare students to take the American Allied Health (AAH) certification examination.
TUITION & FEES
Estimated cost including in-state tuition, fees,
books & supplies: $1,232.00
Fall & Spring
Applications are accepted up until the beginning of each class or until class enrollment is full.
The Allied Health Program of Northwest Technical Institute, in partnership with the NWA community, is committed to providing education to serve the needs of students wishing to enter a recognized health care profession and to provide quality health care for the community.
- Phlebotomy Program Application ($10.00 application fee)
- Official High School Transcript or GED
- Accuplacer Test ($10.00) – The Accuplacer is a reading comprehension and arithmetic exam and an requirement to enter the Phlebotomy Program. This test may be taken Monday through Friday from 7:30 a.m. until 11 a.m.. A photo ID is required the day off testing.
- Immunization records:
- Two (2) Measles and Rubella (MMR), if born after January 1, 1957
- 2 Varicella vaccines or history of Chicken Pox
- DTAP within the last 10 years
- 3 doses of Hepatitis B vaccines
- Negative TB Skin Test (must be taken in the current year before class starts)
- Influenza vaccine (for current flu season)
- American Health Association HealthCare Provider CPR course
- One Reference (can include Employer, Counselors or Personal. References must be sent directly to NWTI)
You will be required to purchase one pair of black scrubs to wear to clinicals.