Phlebotomists collect human blood samples for the purpose of medical laboratory testing.
The Community Colleges of Spokane's phlebotomy technician program is offered three times a year. This intensive 10-week program provides students with the fundamental skills for entry-level work in the phlebotomy profession. Expert classroom instruction combined with clinical internships prepare students to:
Select and prepare skin puncture sites
Use a variety of blood drawing techniques
Prepare and maintain laboratory supplies and equipment
Provide professional, safe, quality patient care.
Students who successfully complete this program will be prepared to sit for the ASCP Board of Registry Phlebotomy exam.
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Blood Center Foundation Launches Phlebotomy Scholarships
Scholarships for community college students studying phlebotomy at the Community Colleges of Spokane, North Idaho College and Lewis & Clark State College will be offered beginning in the fall. Each institution will receive $3,000 per year for scholarship awards to offset registration and program fees.
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