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Phlebotomy

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Don’t just draw blood; draw inspiration. Turn your passion into a pulse-pounding profession with a Zane State College Phlebotomy Certificate!

Welcome to the exhilarating world where needles become your artistic tools and veins your canvas of success! Are you ready to embark on a one-semester journey that promises not just a certificate, but a ticket to a thrilling and fulfilling career?

Picture this: you, confidently striding into a room, needle in hand, ready to collect the elixir of life – blood! With Zane State’s Phlebotomy Certificate, you’ll become a master of blood collection, the captain of compassion, and the Picasso of precision. But that’s not all – imagine the sense of purpose as you help doctors diagnose diseases, assist in life-saving procedures, and provide patients with comfort and reassurance.

In just one semester, you’ll master the art of venipuncture and skin puncture, turning a seemingly daunting task into a graceful routine. Our hands-on training ensures you’re not just confident but also a pro at drawing blood. With fearless focus, overcome the “ouch” with finesse! Our expert instructors will guide you through techniques to keep even the most needle-wary patient calm and collected. Our program emphasizes the human touch, teaching you how to create a positive and comforting experience for every patient. Finally, with boundless opportunities in hospitals, clinics, labs – your skills will be in demand everywhere!

Join a field that’s essential, evolving, and brimming with opportunities for growth. Apply today!

Highlights

Upon completing the program, students will be able to demonstrate entry-level competencies in blood drawing, communication, and professionalism and may become credentialed by sitting for a national phlebotomy exam.

Phlebotomy is a perfect fit for people who can relate to people, have the ability to be calm, and are committed to the profession.

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A Closer Look

  • According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, medical assisting is one of the fastest-growing occupations. Job opportunities involve many employment settings such as physicians’ offices, clinics, hospitals, and outpatient or ambulatory settings. Certified Medical Assistants are clinically trained to assist in outpatient medical procedures, office administration, and interaction with patients.

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James Davis

EEET Program Instructor

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Zane State College EEET Program Graduation Data

  • 2012 Graduates: 35
  • 2013 Graduates: 31
  • 2014 Graduates: 26
  • 2015 Graduates: 26
  • 2016 Graduates: 23
  • 2017 Graduates: 29
  • 2018 Graduates: 42
  • 2019 Graduates: 25
  • 2020 Graduates: 25
  • 2021 Graduates: 27
  • 2022 Graduates: 36

Zane State College EEET Program Enrollment Data

  • Fall 2012: 39
  • Fall 2013: 57
  • Fall 2014: 73
  • Fall 2015: 72
  • Fall 2016: 94
  • Fall 2017: 85
  • Fall 2018: 70
  • Fall 2019: 75
  • Fall 2020: 71
  • Fall 2021: 78