Ongoing advances in healthcare, and the number of patients that require care, has increased the need for highly skilled phlebotomists. Career opportunities currently exceed the supply of well-trained, motivated professionals in this essential role.
Phlebotomists perform a range of crucial functions within the healthcare system, including:
- Collecting legal samples for urine drug screen testing
- Drawing blood samples for testing
- Maintaining safe working conditions
- Participating in quality-improvement programs
- Performing laboratory computer operations
- Promoting good public relations with patients and Hospital personnel
- Staying current on new phlebotomy policies and procedures
Gain these skills through the Phlebotomy Training
Program at Noyes
As one of only eight NAACLS-certified Hospitals nationwide, Noyes Memorial Hospital offers an exceptional Phlebotomy Training Program. It prepares students with the knowledge and skills necessary to properly collect blood for laboratory analysis. Students completing the course will also have the knowledge and skills needed to sit for the national certifying examination of the American Society of Clinical Pathologists (ASCP) for phlebotomy technicians.
- Tuition is $900.00
- Each student attends 100 hours of lecture
- Each student receives 256 hours of clinical experience, working one-on-one with a member of the clinical faculty
- Each successful student receives a certificate upon program completion
- The program has received NAACLS approval as an educational program for phlebotomy
- The program is ten weeks long, full-time days
Program entrance requirements
All of the following must be completed prior to registration:
- Computer science course with a minimum average of "C" or higher helpful
- Course work in biology, chemistry, and math helpful
- Demonstrated a better-than-average attendance record throughout high school
- High school diploma or GED
- Minimum high school average of "C"
- Minimum science and math average of "C"
All of the following medical requirements must be completed prior to the first day of classes:
- All students must have documented health insurance
- Completed health examination form
- Completed PPD testing
- Proof of current immunizations
- Students need to be at least 18 years of age
Applicants will be selected for admission to the program after evaluation of all application requirements:
- Completed application
- Official college transcripts for any college courses taken
- Official high school transcripts or official copy of GED
- Three letters of recommendation
A personal, onsite interview is required for final admission consideration.
Classes are scheduled to run in the spring. For the next application deadline, additional questions, or to request admission material, please contact:
Nancy Johnsen, RN
Phlebotomy Training Program
Noyes Memorial Hospital
111 Clara Barton Street
Dansville, NY 14437
The Nicholas H. Noyes Memorial Hospital Phlebotomy Training Program is committed to ensuring equal opportunity and participation to all of its students and applicants for admission consistent with applicable federal, state, and local laws.
The program is committed to providing each student and applicant equal treatment with respect to terms, conditions and privileges of participation in the program, including recruitment and selection in the program. This policy applies to all students and applicants regardless of race, gender, color, religion, age, national origin, disability, Vietnam era veteran or marital status.
The application consists of two parts. You may complete Part one online. Part two MUST be mailed to the above address.
Click here to download the application for the Phlebotomy Training Program
Click here to complete the first part of the application online