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Congratulations on taking the first step to beginning your future in the medical field. Here at SoCal Phlebotomy Institute, we believe that phlebotomy is the ultimate stepping-stone towards a successful future in healthcare. Phlebotomy is a highly respectable field with a demand on the rise. Our goal is to improve our thriving Southern California community by being the change and enhancing the culture by providing opportunity and accessibility.

Phlebotomy Technician is one of the quickest medical programs to get you started in a career in healthcare today. Our Phlebotomy Technician I Program prepares graduates for entry-level positions as phlebotomists in hospitals, clinics, blood banks, research facilities, through law enforcement agencies, and more. We pride ourselves on the success of our students and strive to make this program a rewarding and fulfilling experience. We offer competitive pricing and have multiple locations conveniently located in Southern California. Please let us know if you have any questions, we're here to help. We look forward to providing you with a career you can stick with!

Here at SoCal Phlebotomy Institute, we believe that Phlebotomy is the ultimate stepping-stone towards a successful future in healthcare. Phlebotomy is a highly respectable field with a demand on the rise. Our goal is to improve our thriving community by being the change and enhancing the culture by providing opportunity and accessibility.

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Locations

Los Angeles

855 N. Vermont AveLos Angeles, CA 90029

Reseda

18700 Sherman WayReseda, CA 91335

West Hills

8399 Topanga Canyon Blvd #303West Hills, CA 91304

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Approved to operate by the Bureau for Private Postsecondary Education (BPPE).

Frequently Asked Questions

How much does the Phlebotomy Technician I Program cost?

Please select your preferred Location and Course to see tuition cost. Tuition includes in-class instruction (48 hours), background checks, medical supplies, student ID’s, liability insurance, and clinical externship placement (5 days/40 hours). Tuition does NOT include external costs such as CPR cards, immunizations, uniforms, TB test, first aid certification, or the state application and exam fees.

Please note: $250 is nonrefundable. There will be NO refunds after the FIRST day of class.

Is financial aid available for the Phlebotomy Technician I Program?

No, we do not offer financial aid. However, we do offer a payment plan.

How long is the Phlebotomy Technician I Program?

88 hours total. The class schedule consists of a didactic (in-class lecture) and a clinical externship (hands-on experience).

Weekday in-class lecture will be 4 hours (morning or evening), M-Th, for 3 weeks followed by a 40-hour clinical externship.

Saturday in-class lecture will be 8 hours, for 6 Saturdays followed by a 40-hour clinical externship.

Where does the clinical externship take place?

SoCal Phlebotomy Institute has partnered with numerous hospitals, doctor offices, and clinical laboratories in Southern California for our students to complete their hands-on clinical externships.

Can students choose where they complete their clinical externship?

No. Students will be placed in their clinical externship. We will do our best to accommodate our students.

How often do classes start?

We have new classes starting every month.

Do you offer job placement upon completion of the course?

No, we do not offer job placement. However, we will provide any leads we may have and/or potential options for employment.

What are the program objectives?

Upon successful completion of our approved Phlebotomy Technician I Program, each student will have met all requirements in the state of California and receive a certificate of completion which states the student "Has successfully completed 24 hours of basic didactic, 24 hours of advanced didactic, and 40 hours of practical phlebotomy training; including a minimum of 50 patient venipunctures and 10 patient skin punctures pursuant to CCR Title 17, Section 1034 (a) (2)."

What is a CPT I?

A Certified Phlebotomy Technician I is a licensed, medical professional who draws blood from a person for diagnostic or research purposes. Most phlebotomists work in hospitals, clinics, blood banks, research facilities or through law enforcement agencies. Phlebotomists are trained to collect blood via venipuncture and finger sticks including heel sticks when dealing
with infants.

What is required to register?

You must be 18 or older with a high school diploma or GED or equivalent.

Approved to operate by the California Department of Public Health – Division of Laboratory Field Services.

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Phone: 747-300-5592

www.socalphlebotomy.com

info@socalphlebotomy.com

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