The Fort Scott Community College phebotomy program is designed to provide participants with the knowledge and clinical skills to become a laboratory phlebotomist. Coursework includes the role of the phlebotomist, basic anatomy & physiology, safety and infection control principles, techniques for blood draws, and technical complications that can occur. Special emphasis is also placed on understanding life-span differences and legal principles that can effect the actions of a phlebotomist.


Suggested curriculum for the phelebotomy program


Admission and information forms are available for download at For further information, please call the Burke Street Campus at (620) 768-2908 ext. 10 or email Betty Rose.

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