Toledo Phlebotomy

Course Name:Phlebotomy
Location:Herzing University Toledo, 5212 Hill Avenue, Toledo
Items needed:See Required Texts or Other Supplemental Materials below
Contact hours:48 contact hours
Weeks to complete:8 weeks
Who should attend:Students interested in obtaining a Phlebotomy Certificate
Course type:Lecture and Lab

Course Information

This program is designed to provide students with the knowledge and skills necessary to function as a specialist in obtaining blood specimens. The knowledge and skills utilized while collecting various blood samples from patients is vital in today’s healthcare industry. A foundation will be constructed by learning and practicing in a real world environment from: specimen requisition and processing; proper equipment and utilization; and followed by quality assurance. The phlebotomist must have the knowledge of the healthcare system including: the terminology used; the laws and ethics that oversee; and the standards in procedures that govern their practices. The student will learn anatomy and physiology of the human body focusing on the knowledge that will enhance their skills in sample recovery for both capillary and venous blood collection. The final step in fostering the growth of our students into an exceptional phlebotomist is to provide hands on training in recognizing and minimizing patient’s exposure to infection while focusing on patient care.

It is the goal of the phlebotomy program to provide the education and practical requirements to allow them to sit for the Phlebotomy Technician Certification (CPT) offered by the National Healthcareer Association. Completion of the program is not dependent on the student’s ability to pass the certification exam.

Learning Objectives

Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:

  1. Understand Blood specimen processing including collecting, transporting, and handling.
  2. Relate anatomy and physiology to the pathological conditions of the body systems.
  3. Identify and use the proper equipment, supplies, and additives needed in blood collection.
  4. Recognize influences related to specimen collection procedures and test results and taking proper actions.
  5. Understand infection control and safety policies and procedures.
  6. Understand quality control measures.
  7. Recognize the responsibilities of other laboratory and health care personnel and be able to professionally interact with them.
  8. Demonstrate an understanding of requisitioning and the legal repercussions within the work location.
  9. Applying basic skills in learning new processes and techniques.
  10. Realize the importance of continuing education within the profession.
  11. Meet the academic requirements to be eligible to apply and sit for the Phlebotomy Technician Certification (CPT) through the National Healthcareer Association or an equivalent certifying agency.

Required Texts or Other Supplemental Materials

Phlebotomy Essentials, 5th Ed., McCall & Tankersley, ISBN978-1-60547-637-7 (Loaner) Student Workbook for Phlebotomy Essentials, 5 Ed., McCall & Tankersley, ISBN 978-1-60831-119-4 (Keeper)



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