In just nine weeks you can earn a certificate in phlebotomy, and have a career drawing blood in a variety of healthcare settings, such as hospitals and doctor’s offices. You’ll learn to follow universal precautions, tie tourniquets, identify veins, and demonstrate knowledge and use of equipment necessary for drawing blood. Phlebotomists earn an average $28,000 per year in South Carolina.
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Students will learn to follow universal precautions, tie tourniquets, identify veins, and demonstrate knowledge, and use of equipment necessary for drawing blood. Students will be able to identify appropriate tubes and labels for tests, prep the site, perform venipunctures and finger sticks, and administer bedside glucose. No clinicals included.
- Total Hours: 51.00
- CEUs: 5.10