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MISSION STATEMENT                                                                                                                                     
The mission of EMS Phlebotomy and Clinical Training Inc. is to create quality educational opportunities  with
an emphasis on skill acquisition and knowledge resulting in competent, quality healthcare professionals.

EMS Phlebotomy and Clinical Training Inc. is committed to, and directs  its actions to, providing  quality educational opportunities which emphasize skill acquisition and knowledge allowing students to become competent, quality healthcare professionals. We are committed    to exemplary educational  standards which foster and support a curriculum founded in critical thinking,  encouragement of  intellectual curiosity, rational inquiry, problem solving skills and creativity. We’re further enriched by a curriculum designed to enable students to demonstrate personal accountability based on self-development and evaluation, values of respect, caring and justice, along with commitment to the healthcare profession as evidenced by high standards of practice in healthcare delivery.


● To train students how to successfully withdraw blood from a vein or introduce fluid to a vein..
● Teach students how to properly collect specimens for laboratory testing.
● Teach students policies and procedures used by a phlebotomist.
● For students to gain knowledge and skills needed to adequately and professionally perform
phlebotomy skills and patient care.
● To award students with a diploma in phlebotomy.


Licensed by the Commission for Independent Education, Florida Department of Education, (License #7566)
To Register please logon to: 
ay your non-refundable application fee of  $50.00 via Cash App at $EMSPHLEB, Zelle at (813) 369-4249, or in person, Pleases call for more payment options. You must pay your 
non-refundable application fee of  $50.00 via Cash App at $EMSPHLEB, in the for section on Cash App put Application Fee . You must pay your  Application Processing  Fee before your application can be processed. After approval you must pay your non-refundable Enrollment Fee  in the amount of $100.00 to reserve your seat.

       Licensed by the Commission for Independent Education, Florida Department of Education, (License #7566)


                                                                                        EVENING CLASSES NOW AVAILABLE

Felicia Thomas

COURSE OUTLINE (Major Concepts)

● Introduction to Phlebotomy Practice and Quality Assurance                                              4 clock hours

● Basic Communication Loop                                                                                                       3 clock hours

● Professional Ethics, Legal and Regulatory Issues                                                                    3 clock hours

● Infection Control                                                                                                                          4 clock hours

● Safety and First Aid                                                                                                                      5 clock hours

● Medical Terminology, Anatomy and Physiology of Organ Systems                                    6 clock hours

● Cardiovascular and Lymphatic Systems                                                                                   6 clock hours

● Blood Collection (equipment for venipuncture and capillary specimens)                          4 clock hours

● Pre-examination/Pre-analytical Complications – Medical Errors in Blood                      5 clock hours


● Venipuncture Procedures                                                                                                           8 clock hours

● Capillary or Dermal Blood Specimens                                                                                      4 clock hours

● Specimen Handling, Transportation and Processing                                                             6 clock hours

● Pediatric and Geriatric Procedures                                                                                         4 clock hours

● Point of Care Collections                                                                                                         4 clock hours

● Blood Cultures, Arterial Intravenous and Special Collection Procedures                        6 clock hours

● Urinalysis                                                                                                                                      4 clock hours

● Toxicology                                                                                                                                    4 clock hours

A clock hour is defined as a period of 60 minutes with a minimum of 50 minutes of instruction in the

presence of an instructor.


The program objective is to create quality education opportunities with an emphasis on skill

acquisition and knowledge resulting in a competent, quality healthcare worker.

Upon successful completion of Phlebotomy Training Course and the National Phlebotomy

certification exam the Phlebotomy Technician will be prepared to:

● Perform patient prep for various laboratory specimens using appropriate safety measures

● Perform appropriate infection control practices and isolation techniques

● Perform specimen processing procedures

● Perform glucose tolerance testing

● Perform blood cultures and viral studies

● Use anticoagulants and additives appropriately

● Perform venipuncture and capillary sticks after identifying proper sites, while practicing

dignity, safety, and infection control methods


PHL300: Phlebotomy
Theory - 80 Clock hours, Clinical - 40 Clock hours,  Externship - 40 Clock hours

PHL301 Part I- Overview, Safety procedures, and Medical Communications, Phlebotomy Practice and Quality Assessment        4 clock hours                                                                
2. PHL302 Communication, Computer Essentials, and Documentation                           3 clock hours
3. PHL303 Professional Ethics, Legal, and Regulatory Issues                                              3 clock hours
4. PHL304 Infection Control                                                                                                     4 clock hours
5. PHL305 Safety and First Aid                                                                                                 5 clock hours
6. PHL306  Part II Anatomy and Physiology of the Human Body, Medical 
Terminology, Anatomy, and Physiology of Organ Systems                                                    6 clock hours
7. PHL307 Cardiovascular and Lymphatic Systems                                                                6 clock hours
8. PHL308 Part III Phlebotomy Equipment and Procedures, Blood Collection. Equipment for Venipuncture and Capillary Specimens                                                                                                                                        4 clock hours
9. PHL309 Pre-examination/Preanalytical Complications Causing Medical                     5 clock hours
Errors in Blood Collection
10.PHL310 Venipuncture Procedures                                                                                        8 clock hours
11. PHL 311 Capillary or Dermal Blood Specimens                                                                    4 clock hours
12. PHL312 Specimen Handling, Transporting,  Processing                                                    6 clock hours

13. PHL313 Part IV Point-of-Care Testing and Special Procedures, Pediatric and Geriatric Procedures 
                                                                                                                                                            4 clock hours

14. PHL314 Point-of-Care                                                                                                           4 clock hours
15. PHL315 Blood Cultures, Arterial, Intravenous (IV), and Special Collection                  6 clock hours
16. PHL316 Urinalysis, Body Fluids, and Other Specimens                                                     4 clock hours
17. PHL317 Drug Use, Forensic Toxicology, Workplace Testing, Sports Medicine,             4 clock hours and Related Areas 
                                                                                    Total Theory/ Lecture Hours                      80 Clock hours
                                                                                    PHL318 Phlebotomy Lab/Clinicals           40 clock hours
                                                                                   PHL101 Externship                                       40 clock hours
                                                                                   Total Clock Hours                                        160 clock hours
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Students are expected to demonstrate qualities of honesty, honor, and respect. Safe behavior is
expected in the classroom, laboratory, and clinical settings. Any actions or lack of action which
threaten fellow students, instructors, and staff member’s physical or emotional well-being will result in
the student being dismissed from the program. Behavior which violates standards set forth, which may
require disciplinary actions, including expulsion from the program, includes:
● Breach of Academic Integrity – Dishonesty, cheating, forgery, misuse of lab equipment or
altering a fellow students work, physical intimidation/abuse, verbal abuse, threats, intimidation,
harassment, fighting, sexual harassment, attempted or actual theft of and/or damage to school
and/or property of a staff member, and gambling.
● Use, possession, or distribution of narcotics, alcohol substances, or other chemical
● Possession of firearms, fireworks, explosives, and other weapons.
● Smoking and use of any tobacco products are not allowed on school premises.


      Eight (8)  Week Phlebotomy

                    Training Program  

                    Open Enrollment Daily  Monday - Friday 



                                   Call Now:

Office: (813) 769-9235

Direct Line: (813) 369-4249


To register go to the link below

Please call or email us for special Enrollment options



Day Classes Monday - Thursday 

9:00 AM-2:15 PM

Evening Classes Monday-Thursday

 5:00 pm-10:00 pm

January 9, 2023-March 03, 2023-Graduation 03/11/2023

March 20,2023-May 11, 2023 -Graduation 05/20/2023

May 29,2023-July 20, 2023- Graduation 07/29/2023

August 07/2023-September 28, 2023-Graduation 09/30/2023

October 09, 2023-December 01, 2023-Greduation 12/09/2023


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Students are required to meet all course objectives listed below in order to successfully complete the
Basic to Advance Phlebotomy Training program. Students must maintain a 70% or above in theory,
clinicals/lab, and written assignments. After successfully completing this program students will be
able to:
● Define phlebotomy and identify health professionals who perform phlebotomy procedures.
● Identify the importance of phlebotomy procedures to the overall care of the patient.
● List professional competencies for the phlebotomist’s role in delivering, collecting, and/or
transporting specimens to and from the laboratory, and key elements of a performance

● List members of a healthcare team who interact with phlebotomists.
● Describe the roles and qualifications of clinical laboratory personnel and common laboratory
● Describe the healthcare delivery system and settings in which phlebotomy services are
routinely performed.
● Describe the clinical laboratory workflow pathway, or testing cycle, from beginning laboratory
requests to reporting laboratory test results.
● Explain components of professionalism and desired character traits for a phlebotomist.
● Describe coping skills that are used to reduce stress in the workplace.
● List the basic tools used in quality improvement activities and give examples of how a
phlebotomist can participate in quality improvement activities.
● Define the difference between quality improvement and quality control procedures.
● Outline the basic communication loop.
● Describe methods for effective verbal and nonverbal communication, active listening, and
written communication.
● List examples of positive and negative body language

.● Describe methods to achieve cultural competence and sensitivity in the workplace.
● Describe basic components of the medical record and provide examples of how to maintain
confidentiality and privacy related to patient information.
● Describe essential elements of laboratory test requisitions, specimen labels, and test results.
● Identify potential clerical or technical errors that may occur during labeling or documentation
of phlebotomy procedures.
● Identify essential components and functions of computers in healthcare and list ways that
healthcare workers use them to accomplish job functions.

                                                                                      NON-STUDENT DAYS

                                                                                                             May 29, 2023-Memorial Day

                                                                                            July 04, 2023 – Independence Day

                                                                               September 04, 2023 - No school, Labor Day Holiday

                                                                                 November 23, 2023- No school, Thanksgiving Break

                                                                                 December 25- 26, 2023, No school, Christmas Break

● Registration
● Attendance questions
● Academic questions
● Proficiency examination questions
● Guidance for students seeking to continue their educational accomplishments
The school will maintain a secure personal file for each student enrolled in any Certification Program
obtained at EMS Phlebotomy and Clinical Training Inc. Student records will be kept on file

To Register please logon to: 

Pay your non-refundable application fee of  $55.00 via Cash App at $EMSPHLEB, in the for section on Cash App put Application FEE

You must pay your  Application Processing  Fee before your application can be processed. After approval you must pay your non-refundable Enrollment Fee to reserve your seat.


EMS Phlebotomy and Clinical Training Inc

7404 North 56th Street, Suite 710
Tampa, Florida 33617

Office/School Phone:(813) 769-9235
Direct Line: (813) 369-4249
Register at: 

Thank you for choosing EMS Phlebotomy and Clinical Training Inc, where we teach you to stick on others

EMS Phlebotomy and Clinical Training Inc.

   Where we train you,to stick on others

7402 N. 56th Street Suite 710

Tampa, Florida 33617


Office Line: (813) 769-9235
Direct Line: (813) 369-4249
Fax: (888) 831-5133

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