Phlebotomy & EKG Training

thumb imagePhlebotomy Program


January 25th-April 5, 2019
Fridays Only
Days 9-2:30pm 
Class will include 2 lab days TBA 

January 28th-April 3rd 2019
Monday-Wednesdays 10 weeks

Clinical is 120 hours Full Time  M-Fri. 3 weeks
Our clinical sites are in several areas  Fall River, Brockton, New Bedford,
Providence, Dartmouth.  Hours vary.  Possible start time of 5:30am, 7:00am, 8:00am
may be required.  
Externships are assigned to students after completion of final exam.
One externship is offered to each student.  If refused we do not offer another.

Tuition: $1800.00
Book Fee: $88.00
Administrative Fee: $50.00
Liability Insurance: $20.00
Uniform: $40.00

Quick Facts: Phlebotomists
2016 Median Pay $32,710 per year
$15.72 per hour
Typical Entry-Level Education Postsecondary nondegree award
Work Experience in a Related Occupation None
On-the-job Training None
Number of Jobs, 2014 112,700
Job Outlook, 2014-24 25% (Much faster than average)
Employment Change, 2014-24 28,100

Day: Wednesday 9-2pm start date TBA

Tuition: $800.00
Book Fee: $74.00
Administrative Fee: $50.00

A Phlebotomist is a skilled healthcare worker that works with a variety of healthcare professionals. Phlebotomists work in a variety of settings, most commonly hospitals, healthcare clinics, and blood donation clinics.

A phlebotomist draws blood from patients for analysis or transfusion. The most common method of blood collection is called a venipuncture. Phlebotomists do not analyze the samples, nor administer injections or medications. Following blood collection, phlebotomists must clearly label and document the specimens. Blood collection and record-keeping are the primary responsibilities of a phlebotomist, but their duties are not limited to these activities. In fact, a phlebotomist may be trained to assist medical laboratory professionals in a variety of Medicare-accepted lab duties.

Coastal Career Academy’s Phlebotomy Certificate Program is approved by the Massachusetts Division of Professional Licensure. The State of Massachusetts does NOT require National Certification, although students taking this course will be given the option to sit for an accredited national examination through ASCP or AMCA to become a Certified Phlebotomy Technician (CPT).



Additional Costs Not Included in Fees:
Uniforms, Lab Coat, Testing Fees, and Cost of Immunization



Sign up for both Phlebotomy and EKG and we will waive the EKG $30.00 Administrative Fee!

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