A phlebotomist is a healthcare professional that specializes in extracting blood for analysis from patients. Phlebotomists work hand in hand with other laboratory clinicians in assisting physicians in the diagnosing of diseases and/or disorders. Students are required to complete 30 clinical hours separate from class time on their own. Upon successfully completing the course, the student is eligible to take the NHA national exam to become certified as a phlebotomist.
NA 109 Phlebotomist Basic 4.0 Credits