Workforce Development-Continuing Education

Phlebotomy

Become a licensed Phlebotomist.

About the program:

Learn the medical practice of opening a vein and drawing blood. This course is 200 hours consisting of 80 hours classroom lecture, 20 hours classroom clinicals, and 100 hours of site clinical. Students must be available to attend assigned clinical.

  • Prerequisites: 18 years of age, high school diploma or GED, Work Keys Assesments, current immunization records, drug and background check.
  • Apply: Students must be interviewed prior to being invited to apply.
  • Courses: PLAB 1023 (Phlebotomy), PLAB 1060 (Clinical-Phlebotomy/Phlebotomist)
  • Length: 200 hours
  • Cost: $625 tuition plus $30 required insurance
  • Class limit: 14

Phlebotomy Information Sessions:

Potential students are invited to free information sessions to learn more about the Phlebotomy course offered by Kilgore College. You will meet the instructor, review the materials and get your questions answered. More importantly, you will find out how this course can assist you with your career objectives, all without cost or obligation. Call the number below for details.

For information about Phlebotomy:

Trudie Jackson
Professional Support Assistant
Workforce Development and CE
Phone:
(903) 983-8661
Office:
Woodruff Adult Educ. Center (AEC), 100