This program is available at the Beavercreek and Springfield - Leffel Lane locations.
These courses provide students with the knowledge and skill to collect blood samples by venipuncture and skin puncture.
Students who wish to obtain a credential as a certified phlebotomy technician can do so through the following Ohio Department of Higher Education (ODHE) approved certification agency. The Clark State coursework does NOT include a directed practice or practicum course and therefore the required number of successful punctures required for industry certification cannot be completed while enrolled in Clark State’s Phlebotomy course. When registering to test, the graduate must submit a copy of their Clark State certificate of completion of phlebotomy course work as well as employer documentation of a specified number of successful venipunctures and capillary punctures.
All courses can be applied to the Patient Care Technician Departmental certificate, Multi-Skilled Healthcare and Medical Assisting one-year certificate and associate degree programs. Courses can also enhance the skills of students enrolled in the associate degree nursing programs.
Credit equivalencies may not exceed one half of the required technical course credits and MST 1160 and MST 1161 must be completed at Clark State within the previous two years to receive this certificate. Credit equivalencies include articulated, experiential, transfer, and proficiency credit. In addition, all courses in the certificate must be completed with a grade of C or better.