What Is a Phlebotomist?
The phlebotomist’s primary role is to collect blood for accurate and reliable test results as quickly and safely as possible. A phlebotomy tech is typically cross-trained in venipuncture (collection from a vein), capillary collection (finger stick), patient care, other specimen collections, specimen processing and
patient electronic records. Phlebotomists can work in all kinds of medical facilities, from hospitals and private practices to laboratories.
MING offers Phlebotomy classes throughout the year.
Classes on campus with in-person lab practice.
The on-campus Phlebotomy course is 6 weeks long.
Students must choose only one option: Monday nights 5 pm - 10 pm Friday days 9:30 am - 3:30 pm
The course is $1,200 which includes books, labs, supplies, and a national testing fee for certification through NHA.
Course completion will allow the student to test for certification as a phlebotomy tech.
A $50 non-refundable registration fee is also required.