Marosa School of Phlebotomy & Healthcare Trades, Inc.

Teaching with Passion, Integrity, and Purpose"

Certified Phlebotomy with I.V. Training Program

Phlebotomy Program


Students will learn about the duties and responsibilities, the work environment and safety considerations as they relate to the job of a phlebotomy technician; vital signs, blood cells and blood vessels; methods of specimen collection, including venipuncture, capillary puncture and arterial puncture; specimen transport; special phlebotomy procedures, including symptoms, equipment, tests, procedures and guidelines and IV insertion. 


Students will master the following skill sets: sterilizing medical instruments, preparing and positioning the patient, using proper order of draw, securing blood samples via venipuncture and capillary puncture, labeling vials, processing specimens, as well as disposing of sharps and hazardous waste. Upon completion of the program, students will be eligible to sit for the MedCA certification exam.

Phlebotomy Program Schedule: 


DAYS 14 WEEKS 2 days a week.


EVENINGS 14 WEEKS 2 days a week.


WEEKENDS 14 WEEKS 2 days a week.


2021 Phlebotomy/IV Schedules:



MONDAY/WEDNESDAY:  9AM-11:30AM MORNINGS                (EVENINGS BEGIN ON THE SAME DATE 6PM-9PM)

1-11-2021 to 4-14-2021

4-19-2021 to 7/21/2021

7-26-2021 to 10-27-2021                                              

TUESDAY/THURSDAY:  9AM-11:30AM  MORNINGS                (EVENINGS BEGIN ON THE SAME DATE 6PM-9PM

1-12-2021 to 4-15-2021

4-20-2021 to 7-22-2021

7-27-2021 to 10-26-2020

SATURDAY/SUNDAY: 8:30AM-11:30AM 

1-16-2021 to 4-18-2021

5-15-2021 to 8-15-2021

8-28-2021 to 12-4-2021 ( out for Thanksgiving Holiday 11/24 to 11/26, this is also last weekend class of the year)



TUITION INCLUDES:
  •  All class materials
  •   I.V.TRAINING
  • National certification exam 
  • Digital study guide
  • Uniform
  • Professional resume writing 
  • Bloodborne Pathogens Training
  • CPR Training

The cost for this program is $2000


***REQUIREMENTS FOR ENROLLMENT INTO THE PHLEBOTOMY COURSES:
(NOTE: IF YOU HAVE A PENDING HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA OR GED, YOU MAY STILL REGISTER FOR PROGRAM/CLASS SESSIONS). 
*GED or High School Diploma
*Background check/Police clearance
*Hepatitis B vaccine series (need proof of  immunization record to start laboratory procedures )
ALL CLASS SESSIONS ARE LOCATED AT:
Marosa School of Phlebotomy & Healthcare Trades, Inc.
Pointe Professional Office Center
18285 East 10 Mile Rd., Suite 140
Roseville, Michigan 48066

Main (586) 359-6087
Fax (586) 541-8657