Learning Experience Reviewed 2000
- Phlebotomy Program
- Clinical Practicum in Phlebotomy: 4 credits, lower division level
- Theory of Phlebotomy: 4 credits, lower division level
September 1999 through September 2005
Source of Records
Hartford Hospital School of Allied Health; 560 Hudson Street; Hartford, CT 06106
About the Training Sponsor
One of the chief goals of Hartford Hospital is to encourage and support comprehensive educational programs which will provide the community with the skilled personnel necessary to provide efficient, high quality healthcare. In 1971, the Department of Education was established at the hospital. The School of Allied Health provides formal training programs in Allied Health disciplines.
Clinical Practicum in Phlebotomy: 4 credits, lower division level
This course provides students with actual clinical experiences in performing phlebotomy in a patient setting. Students will experience the processing and handling of specimens and gain experience in the operation of a clinical laboratory.
Theory of Phlebotomy: 4 credits, lower division level
This course is designed to prepare the student for a role as a phlebotomist in a variety of clinical settings. Covers all aspects of specimen collection and handling including proper techniques, anatomy and physiology, medical terminology, quality assurance, safety, universal precautions, interpersonal skills and trouble shooting and problem solving as related to phlebotomy.