Earn your diploma in Phlebotomy
Students enrolled in Platt College’s Medical Assistant/Phlebotomy training program can develop their administrative and clinical skills to become valued members of healthcare teams. As a medical assistant or phlebotomist, you can work with doctors and nurses to ensure a high level of medical care.
While phlebotomists are primarily responsible for drawing blood that will be used for tests, transfusions, donations or research purposes, a medical assistant’s job responsibilities may include taking patient history and measuring vital signs, assisting with patient examinations, scheduling patient appointments, and preparing blood for laboratory tests.
This Medical Assistant/Phlebotomy training program can be a great fit for students who want to work in the healthcare field without spending years in school. If you’re worried about paying for your education, don’t hesitate to give us a call and ask how we can help make your tuition more affordable. Our dedicated admissions staff and passionate professors are here to help you start your new career.
This Medical Assistant/Phlebotomy program consists of 800 clock hours, 44 quarter credit hours and can be completed in as little as 10 ¼ months or 44 weeks.
If you’re looking for colleges in Oklahoma that offer quality phlebotomy training and medical assistant programs that can help you begin a career in healthcare, consider Platt College. Contact us today.
* Offered at all Platt College campuses