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Our Office:
333 Oakland Ave.
Findlay, OH 45840

Call our
    Admissions Coordinator
          Jill Hovest today!
Don’t delay, you can be on your way to an exciting new career.

Phone: 419-422-3858
Fax: 419-422-8328


Contact Us

Business Hours:

Monday-Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m

We accept: Visa, MasterCard, Cash, Check & Money Order.

The ONLINE DEADLINE for scheduling class will be Thursday night prior to the start of class.

If you are unable to submit your application online, please visit our office before 3 pm on Friday prior to the start of class.

You are required to complete the application and payment process before you will be scheduled.

All training classes are subject to date and time change including weekends without notice!

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Classes are forming now.

phlebotomy 1

In 4 weeks you can earn your Phlebotomy Technician certificate and be ready to take the state test. A Phlebotomy Technician is an integral member of the medical laboratory team whose primary function is the collection of blood samples from patients. As a Phlebotomy Technician, you may perform some or all of the following tasks:

  1. Perform basic phlebotomy procedures
  2. Analyze information and make appropriate recommendations.
  3. Evaluate patients for ability to withstand venipuncture procedures.
  4. Explain procedures and answer patients questions.
  5. Perform basic point of care testing.
  6. Prepare blood, urine, and other body fluid specimens for testing.

All of our phlebotomy training classes are comprehensive and emphasizes a “hands on” method.

These draws will be performed with supervision on other class or family members. Our instructors will guide students as they learn a variety of phlebotomy techniques. In addition, they will learn the “tricks of the trade” that will help with special patients and different draws.

Our phlebotomy program provides the student with the skills to succeed as a phlebotomist. This course contains 1 week of medical terminology and 3 weeks of lecture, discussion and practical instruction to earn the phlebotomy certification through the National Health Career Association. Our program Phlebotomy Technician graduates are the most competitive in the field.

Our instructor will guide the student as they learn a variety of types of blood drawing techniques, safety standards, basic anatomy and physiology and other areas such as:

  • HIPAA and patient’s rights
  • Universal precautions and safety
  • Venipuncture and vacutainers, butterfly's and syringes
  • Finger and heel sticks
  • Blood and blood components.
  • Medical laboratory terminology
  • Test tube additives and order of draw
  • Professionalism
  • Special procedures - bleeding times, blood cultures, glucose tolerance testing.
  • Difficult draw
  • Tricks of the trade

Attire: Scrubs must be worn for all training classes and clinical hours.

Supplies that are recommended include a notebook, pens, pencils and high lighters.

Admissions Requirements:

  • 18 years of age or older
  • High School Diploma , GED or international High School Diploma
  • Government issued signed photo ID
  • Show proof of 1 step Mantoux tuberculin test (TB) within 12 month of the start of class.

Call our Admissions and Curriculum Coordinator Jill Hovest at 419-422-3858 for more information.

Phlebotomy Technician Class Schedule


To be announced.

Please make sure that you are registering for the correct class section. Please note the time of the class that you register for.

Min number of 8 students must be met to hold class. If the training class you are signed up for does not meet the min number required you will be placed into the other training class.

All students will receive confirmation via U.S. post office.

All training classes are subject to change date and time including weekends without notice.

If you are scheduled into a training class that you are unable to attend please give Jill Hovest our Admissions and Curriculum Coordinator as soon as possible to make arrangements to schedule you into the correct section at 419-422-3858.

Sign up today classes are filling up fast.