PHL 200

Phlebotomy Preceptorship

The Phlebotomy Preceptorship is a hands-on clinical training course designed for students who have already completed the theoretical and practical aspects of phlebotomy training. The course offers students the opportunity to gain practical experience by working under the direct supervision of a certified phlebotomy preceptor in a clinical setting. The course requires a minimum of 10
successful capillary punctures and 50 successful venipunctures under the direct supervision of the preceptor. Students gain experience performing phlebotomy skills, demonstrating proper patient identification, choosing the correct equipment for the tests that are ordered, ensuring that the necessary preanalytical requirements have been met, using the appropriate technique, and labeling and transporting specimens according to facility protocol. Corequisites: PHL 100, PHL 100L