16 semester hours required
||Interpretation of Laboratory Results
||Medical Law and Ethics for Health Professionals
||Special Topics in Phlebotomy
- Phlebotomy Classes are held three times annually: Summer, Fall, and Spring for a 16-week term.
- Classes meet on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday from 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Additional clinical assignments will be announced to satisfy course requirements.
- After 8 weeks, students are assigned to off-campus clinical in contracted hospitals, clinics, or laboratory collection centers for the remaining 8 weeks. Every attempt will be made to assign students to clinical sites of their choice from available sites, but this cannot be guaranteed.
- In the event a clinical site is not available for a student, due to unforeseen events, a grade of "Incomplete" will be given and the student may finish clinical the following semester.
- All students who pass the course work in the Phlebotomy Curriculum earn a lifetime Phlebotomy Certificate. Students who obtain the ASCP or other national registry will be eligible for increased pay and prestige, and employment opportunities. Additional licensure is recommended, though not required.
Baylor All Saints Medical Center at Fort Worth, Clinical Pathology Laboratories, Faith Community Hospital, Family Clinic/Bridgeport, Glen Rose Medical Center, Graham Medical Associates, Graham Regional Medical Center, HCA Medical Plaza, THR Huguley Memorial Medical Center, JPS Health Network, Laboratory Corporation of America, Lake Granbury Medical Center, Palo Pinto General Hospital, Texas Health Resources, Weatherford OB/GYN, Weatherford Regional Medical Center, Wise Medical and Surgical Clinic, Wise Regional Health Systems.
Outcomes for NAACLS Program, 2017-2019:
- Graduation Rate: 98%
- ASCP Certification Pass Rate: 98%
- Graduate Placement Rate: 90%
National Accrediting Agency for Clinical Laboratory Sciences
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