Phlebotomy Technician Program
What Does a Phlebotomist Do?
A Certified Phlebotomist may draw blood, collect lab specimens from patients for analysis, obtain vital signs, verify records, and prepares specimens for laboratory analysis.
How Much Does a Phlebotomist Make?
In Georgia, on average, Phlebotomists make $18.00/hr or $37,440/yr.
Must be 18 years of age or older
GED or High School Diploma or
Simple Entrance Exam
Social Security Card
Hep B Vaccination
Do I Need Prior Medical Training?
No. Being a Certified Phlebotomist requires a high school diploma or GED.
Course Hours & Times
120 Clock hours
80 hours of in-person theory
40 hours of lab
Day Class: 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
M-Th (20 days/ 5 weeks)
Evening Class: 5:00 PM - 9:00 PM
M-Th (30 days/ 7.5 weeks)
Tuition & Fees
$150 Course Registration
$1413 Course Tuition
$150 Lab Supplies
Ways to Pay
Pay Through H.E.R.O
Payment plans are built based on the student's start date. First payment due date may vary.
H.E.R.O will not run a credit check.
H.E.R.O does not charge an interest rate but tuition must be paid in full prior to starting class.
Availability is based on enrollment date. Please contact our office for more information.
Payment plan begins immediately. Plan consists of four (4) equal payments of $437 automatically withdrawn every two weeks.
Klarna will run a soft credit check.
Klarna's "Pay in 4" Payment solution is interest free.
Klarna will offer additional payment options with varying interest rates to split the tuition costs over even more payments if you qualify. Reason for application decline: Bad current standing with Klarna.
$1,898 + Interest & Fees
Payment plan begins immediately. Initial payment of $347 then pay $437 per month for 4 months.
Denefits will not run a credit check.
Denefits has a 19.9% interest rate and 3% transaction fee.
Phlebotomy Day Courses
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