Programs And Courses

Phlebotomy Technician



Phlebotomy Technician

Learn about our Phlebotomy Technician Noncredit Certificate program - COMING SOON !

A new noncredit Phlebotomy Technician program is being developed and classes should be scheduled to begin in late 2017.  If interested, please contact 717-221-1352 for more information.

What does a phlebotomy technician do?

A phlebotomy technician:

  • works with patients to draw blood for laboratory tests
  • communicates effectively
  • is responsible for the proper identification, collection and acceptance of specimens for laboratory testing.

 

Where do phlebotomy technicians work? 

Phlebotomists work mainly in:

  • hospitals
  • labs
  • blood donor centers
  • doctor’s offices

Who can I contact for more information?

Please contact Diane Scott, 717-221-1352 for more information about our noncredit Phlebotomy program.

 

The Phlebotomy Technician Diploma Program has been inactivated and the final clinical applications deadlines have passed. The final PBT 101 class will be offered Fall 2017 and the final PBT 102 class will be Spring 2018.  If you have questions about this please talk to your advisor or Amy Raugh at 717-221-1724 or alraugh@hacc.edu.

Clinical admission criteria for current phlebotomy students

  • Admission to HACC does not guarantee admission to the clinical component of the program.  You begin as a pre-clinical student and work closely with your advisor to prepare to apply to the clinical/core component.
  • Download Admission Criteria, Point System, Essential Qualifications and Application (pdf, rev 8/5/14).
  • You are required to meet with a phlebotomy advisor and complete the following documents at that time:
    • Phlebotomy Essential Qualifications - ensure that it is initialed and signed.
    • Phlebotomy Checksheet - must include completed contact information and signatures.