Phlebotomy
PHLEBOTOMY EDUCATION W/LAB
PHLE 115
3 Credits
22 hours of lecture
Training in basic venipuncture and skin puncture techniques as well as proper specimen-handling procedures as dictated by the Clinical and Laboratory Standards Institute (CLSI); (formerly NCCLS), and to function as an internal member of the clinical laboratory team. Cannot receive credit for both PHLE 115 and HEOC 115. Completion of or concurrent enrollment in BMED 111, 138, CMST& 210. Concurrent enrollment in PHLE 116 and PHLE 115L required. Prerequisite: High School completion or GED (or higher); READ 087 or higher (or COMPASS score of 74); ENGL 098 or higher (or COMPASS score of 78), BMED 110; FACPR 032; HEOC 100 or BIOL 164/165; HEOC 102, HEOC 120 and written consent from the Credentials Office.
BASIC LABORATORY FOR THE PHLEBOTOMIST
PHLE 116
3 Credits
11 hours of lecture - 44 hours of lab
Learn to perform basic laboratory procedures that are required during specimen processing in a laboratory setting, including microcollection, pipetting, aliquoting, centrifugation, and basic equipment quality control. Cannot receive credit for both PHLE 116 and HEOC 160. Completion of PHLE 115 or concurrent enrollment in the Clark College Phlebotomy Program and Consent of Instructional Unit. Prerequisite: Concurrent enrollment in the Clark College Phlebotomy Program and Consent of Instructional Unit.
PHLEBOTOMY CLINICAL EXPERIENCE
PHLE 197
5 Credits
165 hours of clinical
Supervised phlebotomy experience in a health care facility. Provides students with the opportunity to apply knowledge and skill in performing clinical procedures and in developing professional attitudes for interacting with other professionals and patients. Cannot receive credit for both PHLE 197 and HEOC 197. Contact a Health Occupations Advisor for additional requirements necessary for enrolling in this course. Concurrent enrollment in PHLE 198 Clincal Seminar is required. Prerequisite: Satisfactory completion of PHLE 115 and PHLE 116 and all of the course requirements, and consent of the Instructional Unit.
PHLEBOTOMY CLINICAL SEMINAR
PHLE 198
1 Credits
11 hours of lecture
Students concurrently enrolled in PHLE 197, Phlebotomy Clinical Experience, will receive support, direction and the necessary tools to aid in future employment in the phlebotomy and healthcare field. Concurrent enrollment in PHLE 197 is required. Attendance at all seminar sessions is mandatory in order to successfully complete the course. Cannot receive credit for both PHLE 198 and HEOC 198. Prerequisite: Satisfactory completion of PHLE 115 and PHLE 116 and all course requirements or consent of the Instructional Unit.