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Grade of 2.0 or better for each individual course in the program required.
High school education or equivalent; ENGL 099; recommend EAP 099 or EAPAB 099 for non-native speakers. Students are required to submit an application. Admission to the Phlebotomy program is required to register for MLT classes.
Submit WA State Patrol Check (WATCH) form with application. Program acceptance pending no events posted.
Vaccinations prior to practicum training second quarter:
Hepatitis B vaccination series: Two vaccinations completed prior to phlebotomy laboratory courses first quarter. Third vaccination completed prior to second quarter practicum training or a positive titer.
MMR x 2 or positive titer
Tdap- current within in the last 10 years
Two step PPD / TB skin tests
Influenza- current for season
Varicella x 2 - recommended and may be required by some training facilities or positive titer
AHA BLS CPR- current certification
Health Insurance - minimum required is for injury.
AIDS/HIV Education certificate for 7 contact hours.
WA state liability insurance included in registration for phlebotomy practicum course.
Complete phlebotomy courses with a 2.0 grade or better.
Receive instructor(s) permission and recommendation to proceed to practicum training.
Complete phlebotomy practicum training at an assigned clinical laboratory facility and meet additional facility requirements as required prior to practicum training..
Certification/WA State License Information:
Washington State MA-Phlebotomy licensure is required to work in the state. WA ST Healthcare Assistant (HCA) License:
Students should automatically receive their Certificate after successful completion of all required courses. If you have not received your Certificate, please contact Jenifer Aydelotte in the office of Student Learning at firstname.lastname@example.org or 206-546-4719.
Length of Program: 13 Credits Completion Award: Certificate of Completion Enrollment: Fall or Spring Approximate Quarterly Costs: $200 (in addition to tuition, books and parking) Website:http://shoreline.edu/programs/phlebotomy/