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Phlebotomy

Building careers in healthcare!

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Allied Health

Building careers in healthcare!

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Allied Health

Building careers in healthcare!

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Building careers in healthcare!

See how you can start today.

Allied Health

Building careers in healthcare!

See how you can start today.

Allied Health

Building careers in healthcare!

See how you can start today.

Allied Health

Building careers in healthcare!

See how you can start today.

The Phlebotomy (PLAB) program prepares Allied Health professionals to perform a variety of blood collection methods using proper techniques and universal precautions. The course covers vacuum collection devices, syringes, capillary skin puncture, butterfly needles and blood cultures, and specimen collection on adults, children and infants. An emphasis is placed on infection prevention, proper patient identification, labeling of specimens and quality assurance, specimen handling, processing and accessioning, Additional topics include professionalism, ethics and medical terminology.

For further information on the Phlebotomy program, please select a topic of interest from the list below.

Program Topics

Professional Organizations & Sites of Interest

The Phlebotomy program maintains close ties with professional organizations representing the clinical laboratory science field.

Additional career and related information for Phlebotomy careers may be obtained at the following sites:

The following sites provide additional information on related health care topics.

Faculty & Staff

The Phlebotomy (PLAB) program faculty are dedicated credentialed professionals with several years of clinical experience.

Each faculty member has received a national certification from a recognized credentialing agency (American Society for Clinical Pathology, National Crediting Agency, American Medical Technology Association). Also, each faculty member has worked as a phlebotomist in hospital and/or outpatient laboratories.

Additional information can be obtained for each faculty member listed below:

  • Dr. Jerri Reynolds, MT (ASCP), Program Director
  • Ms. Terri Murphy-Sanchez, MT (ASCP), Faculty Member
  • Mr. Richard LaBoone, MT (ASCP), Faculty Member

 

Program Accreditation & Licensure

The Phlebotomy training program at St. Philip's College consists of two courses:

  • PLAB 1223 Phlebotomy
  • PLAB 1263 Phlebotomy Clinical
Completion of both courses enables a student to take any of the national certification examinations offered for phlebotomy.

Admission & Prerequisite Requirements

Students desiring to complete the Phlebotomy program must meet all of the admission requirements for acceptance into St. Philip's College and the Allied Health Department. These include the following:

  • SPC Admissions Requirements
  • Allied Health Department Admission Requirements
In addition, all students must pass the English and Writing portions of any recognized placement test (Accuplacer, SAT, ACT or TASP). There is no Mathematics requirement for this program. No formal application is required to enroll in the program. 
 
Classes begin at the start of each flex semester. The clinical is offered in the second flex and summer semesters. Enrollment is on a first-come, first-serve basis and is limited to the first 18 students.

 

 

Contact Information

Program Director:
Dr. Jerri Reynolds, MT (ASCP)
jreynolds@alamo.edu 

Location:
MLK Campus
Center for Health Professionals (CHP) 330A

Phone:
210-486-2449