Phlebotomy & E.K.G. Technician

Start Dates:

  • August 3rd, 2024
  • September 7th, 2024
  • October 5th, 2024
  • November 2nd, 2024
  • December 7th, 2024

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Why Abrams College?

  • Program is 3 weeks (including externship).
  • Externship is scheduled and coordinated by the school.
  • No additional fees for externship placements, lab fees or uniforms.
  • Students are eligible to take National phlebotomy certification exam (available on campus for student’s convenience).
  • No previous medical experience is required to take a course, must be high school graduate.
  • Instructors are qualified, experienced and licensed by the California Department of Public Health/ Laboratory Field Services.
  • Friendly office staff is available to assist you.
  • Financial Assistance is available.
  • Free informational meetings (on Zoom and in person)
  • 27 years of experience in vocational education.

Just contact us for details. Let us help you to achieve your educational goals!
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(209) 527-7777

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For more information regarding this program please contact our admissions office at (209) 527-7777 or via email at [email protected]

Phlebotomy Technicians

Phlebotomy is the practice of withdrawing blood for the purpose of analysis.  The information gathered from such service is a valuable tool for the doctor in diagnosing and treating all forms of disease.   E.K.G. Technicians perform electrocardiograph pictures of the heart for patients upon the order from the doctor.  Again, EKG technicians only perform the test, the medical doctor interprets the tracings recorded by the E.K.G. technician.

Phlebotomist’s can work in a variety of settings including  clinical laboratories, health care clinics, podiatrists’ offices, specialty clinics, emergency rooms, hospitals. osteopaths offices, physicians’ offices, or surgeons’ offices.

Salary & Benefits

Phlebotomists enjoy many benefits including workers compensation, medical and dental insurance and retirement plans. The starting pay for phlebotomist varies, depending on the amount of experience and the specific area of employment.  Salaries for Phlebotomy technicians are competitive and depend on experience and place of employment.

California Approval & Accreditation

Abrams College is approved and licensed by the California Department of Public Health Services, Laboratory Field Service Unit, The California Department of Consumer Affairs – Bureau for Private Postsecondary and Vocational Education.

Phlebotomy Technician Program

Abrams College offers an intensive program leading to California Phlebotomy Certification.  At the end of the training, the graduate may perform blood-drawing procedures in California in applicable health care settings, hospitals & clinical laboratories.  In addition, per the student’s request, the college will provide the EKG technician certification program on the last day of the course.

Phlebotomy Course

The course is divided into sections: the didactic portion (classroom) and the externship portion. Students must successfully complete the didactic portion to be eligible for the internship. A student who fails the didactic is dropped from the program. PROGRAM IS 3 WEEKS TOTAL.

Didactic (48 hours classroom)

The class is held for two weeks- Saturday and Sunday 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. and Tuesday and Thursday 6:00 p.m.- 10:00 p.m. Students must attend all class sessions and pass all exams and skills stations to be eligible for the externship.  Students who fail an exam or skills station will be dropped from the program. Students who complete all didactic coursework will be assigned an externship.

Externship (40-hour Internship)

(PRE-REQUISITE: Completion of didactic portion of program & CPR Certification)This course of training consists of 40 hours of practice within a hospital or clinical laboratory setting.  Clinical times will be assigned by the school.  Students who do not accept or attend or fail the assigned internship will be dropped from the program and must retake the entire program.  Upon completion of this course, students will be eligible for National Phlebotomy Certification, and California Licensure as a phlebotomist.

Tuition & Course Cost

Deposit $240.00
Tuition $3,510.00
Total $3,750.00
CPR Certification $60.00 (Required, unless students possess CPR)
E.K.G. Tech Cert $75.00 (Optional)

Tuition Payment Plan

The payment plan is as follows:

Deposit $240.00 Upon Enrollment
Payment #1 $325.00 Friday before first day of class.
Payment #2 $325.00 Friday before second week of class.
Payment #3 $325.00 Friday before week four.
Payment #4 $325.00 Friday before week six.
Payment #5 $325.00 Friday before week eight.
Payment #6 $325.00 Friday before week ten.
Payment #7 $325.00 Friday before week twelve.
Payment #8 $325.00 Friday before week fourteen.
Payment #9 $325.00 Friday before week sixteen.
Payment #10 $325.00 Friday before week eighteen.
Payment #11 $260.00 Friday before week twenty.
TOTAL: $3,750.00
This amount includes deposit, tuition, externship fee, lab fees, textbook, scrubs, name badge, scantrons.