DNA Phlebotomy School requires certain documentation in order to ensure students meet entry-level requirements. Students must be at least 18 years old and have a high school diploma or GED (high school equivalency) and two official transcripts.
Benefits of Enrollment:
- More Individual Attention: Small class sizes
- Friendly, helpful, and knowledgeable instructors
- Professional training and education to assist with preparing for the National Phlebotomy Exam.
- Obtain on-the-job experience in preparation for a career in the field of phlebotomy and future career advancement.
Phlebotomy Program Admission Guidelines:
- In order to ensure that applicants meet the entry level requirements for training that will lead toward certification, we require certain documentation for students enrolling in our Phlebotomy course.A copy of the following documents is required:
- High School Diploma: A high school diploma and transcript from an institution in the United States of America to be provided by the applicant
- General Education Diploma (GED).
Other General Requirements:
- Students must be at least 18 years of age
- Proof of a negative TB (Tuberculosis) Skin Test or negative chest x-ray administered within one year prior to the class
- Proof of current MMR (Mumps, Measles, & Rubella) and Varicella
- Proof of Hepatitis B Vaccination or signed Declination Form
- Influenza Vaccine record within one year of enrollment
- Background Report (paid by institution)
- A physical exam dated within one year of enrollment