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FSCC Phlebotomy Course

The Fort Scott Community College phlebotomy course provides students with the necessary 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.


Home Health Aide

About the Home Health Aide Course

The FSCC home health aide course covers a variety of topics, including an orientation to home care, working with people, home management, nutrition and meal preparation, adapting personal care activities to the client's home, mother and baby care, observing a client's medication, special procedures, emergency care and reporting, and documentation and observation.


Emergency Medical Technician

About the EMT Program

The FSCC Emergency Medical Technician program prepares students to provide care for patients in emergency medical settings. The program combines classroom learning with hands-on training in a variety of settings. Upon successful completion of the program, students earn a certificate and are eligible to take the the Kansas and National Registry certification exams.


Suggested curriculum for the Emergency Medical Technician program

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