Phlebotomists are allied health professionals who draw blood from patients or blood donors for medical testing.
MACC's Phlebotomy Certification Course is one of only a few training opportunities in the state of Missouri that prepares students for the ASCP examination.
Our curriculum covers core exam topics, i.e. vascular anatomy and physiology, blood collection theory and handling, safety, and applicable laws and regulations governing phlebotomy. In addition, students learn to draw blood in a variety of ways in the classroom and at affiliate sites.
MACC's Phlebotomy Certification Course is a 4 credit hour course during the spring and fall semesters on Thursday evenings from 6:00 PM to 8:20 PM, at our Mexico Campus.
In addition to the lecture portion of the courses, a laboratory component is required. Daytime availability is required for this component, but schedules will vary based on clinical affiliate needs. During this laboratory component is where you will complete the required 50 hours of clinical practice per course, for a total of 100 hours.
All completed application forms, immunization records, background checks and drug screen results are all required in our office before enrollment in the class is allowed.
- MACC Application - complete online
- Phlebotomy Program Application
- Record Review Permission Form
- Release of Information Form
- Fingerstick Release Form
- Instructor Reference Form
- Employer Reference Form
- Other Reference Form
- Essential Qualifications Form NOTARIZED
- Immunization Records Form
- Missouri State Highway Patrol Background Check ($14.00 Name Search) Form or Hard Copy Results
- Background Check Advantage Request Form ($2.50 check or money order
Made payable to: MACC for OIG background check)
- Caregiver Background Screening Form
- Urine Drug Screening
For specific course information and clinical lab requirements contact: