How do you get a Nevada Phlebotomy License?
In the State of Nevada phlebotomists are recognized as Lab Assistants and Office Lab Assistants. Lab Assistants are phlebotomists who work in an independent licensed lab (not a doctor’s office). Upon successful completion of this course you are qualified to take one of the following National Phlebotomy Technician Certification exams offered by these organizations: NCCT, ASCP, AMT and NHA.
The national certification qualifies you for the Nevada Laboratory Assistant License (Phlebotomy License).
We are proud to announce that we are now an official testing center for the the NCCT National Phlebotomy Technician Certification (NCPT) exam. This option enables to our students to be fully qualified in Nevada and nationally when they graduate!
What are the basic entry requirements?
Students must have a high school diploma or equivalent and be 18 years old by the end of the program. Phlebotomists must possess manual dexterity and proper body mechanics to perform blood sampling techniques and be good working under pressure.
How long is your Phlebotomy Technician Certification Program ?
The course is 149.5 clock hours long and is set up in two parts. Students attend 49.5 classroom hours for didactic and practical training plus a 100 hour externship (practical training).
Students come to school one night a week for 4 1/2 hours for 11 weeks.
The externship takes on average 2 1/2 weeks to complete. Students will apply knowledge and skills learned in the class room. At least 100 supervised successful blood draws at a hospital or laboratory are required.
On average it takes students 4 – 5 months to complete their training.
At the end of the class you receive a Certificate stating proficiency in Phlebotomy
Are you a licensed school?
Yes, we are licensed and certified in the States we offer our phlebotomy course.
More questions? Give us a call at 702-982-5380.
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