The Phlebotomy Technician Program provides phlebotomy instruction to the student with a working knowledge of collecting blood while emphasizing patient safety, quality assurance, universal, standard precautions, and legal issues and complications. Techniques taught during this course are Evacuated tube, Syringe, Winged infusion set, Capillary blood collection, Glucose testing, Bleeding time, Blood smear & Urinalysis. This program prepares learners to act as entry-level Phlebotomists. The Phlebotomist is a health care team member who collects and processes lab specimens, educates patients in specimen collection procedures, and performs waived laboratory tests. Phlebotomists may also have responsibilities for information processing, training, and quality control monitoring. Most Phlebotomists work in hospital or clinic labs, blood centers, nursing homes, insurance companies, research facilities, or public health.