New Phlebotomy Program Starting
Comanche County Hospital Phlebotomy Program
Explore the possibilities at Home! Comanche County Hospital is proud to offer a nationally certified educational program through our own laboratory! A phlebotomist is a person who is trained to collect blood and other specimens from a patient. The Comanche County Hospital Phlebotomy Program consists of 120 educational and hands on hours. Individuals will complete text book based curriculum and perform 50 unaided venipunctures as well as 10 capillary punctures in order to receive a program certificate. Upon successful completion, our phlebotomists are eligible to sit for the American Medical Technologist Registered Phlebotomy Program to receive a nationally recognized certification. If you have an interest in the medical field and are a high school senior or over in age, you may want to consider this amazing opportunity! The program itself is free; your only cost would be for books and the exam fee. Applications are now available; please email firstname.lastname@example.org or stop by the hospital laboratory to pick up a copy. An application can also be found on this website under Patient/Visitor Info and Forms. Feel free to call Jennifer Godfrey at 620-582-2144 with any questions. Spaces are limited. Adult residents of Comanche County will have enrollment preference (SCHS seniors are given preferential treatment during the school year).
The Mission of Comanche County Hospital is to work together to provide the finest healthcare for everyone.