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Phlebotomy


Phlebotomists are the behind-the-scenes heroes of laboratory science, as the diagnosis of a patient is dependent on the quality of blood specimens available.

Program Highlights


  • Fast-paced, 200-hour program
  • Either 10 weeks (summer semester) or 14 weeks (fall and spring semesters) of instruction
  • Clinical education within Atrium Health facilities
  • Learn the basics of collecting blood specimens by venipuncture and by skin puncture

Attend an Information Session

To learn more, join one of our free information sessions by clicking here. (Sessions currently on hold due to COVID-19.)

Curriculum


This program includes either 10 or 14 weeks of instruction based on start date. Instruction is split between class/lab learning and clinical experience. Students will then take a final exam. Upon successful completion of this program, students are eligible to take a national certifying exam. For full curriculum details, download the viewbook below.

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Tuition & Fees

Tuition: $625

For Tuition & Fee details:
Download Viewbook

Application Requirements


  • Attend an information session. Register here through EventBrite. (Sessions currently on hold due to COVID-19)
  • Take the Scholastic Level Exam (SLE) offered during the information session. Minimum score of 14 required.
  • Submit an online application.
  • At least a 2.0 college GPA required with at least 12 credit hours OR at least a 2.0 high school GPA required. Submit your high school and/or college transcripts to Admissions@CCHSmail.org.
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Deadlines


Term Deadlines Decision Notification
Spring 2021 November 1, 2020 Within 4-6 weeks of submitting a completed application
Summer 2021 March 1, 2021 Within 4-6 weeks of submitting a completed application
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Heather Freire, Phlebotomy alumna

Heather Freire had been debating a career change, and the idea of a stable, rewarding career in healthcare was always on her mind. So, she enrolled in the Carolinas College Phlebotomy program, a fast-paced 200-hour program that prepares students for national certification.

After graduation, Heather stepped right into a job at Atrium Health. "My favorite part was having a positive atmosphere and supportive instructor," she says. "Now, I thoroughly enjoy my job, the patients, and the people I work with."

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