Phlebotomy Training

Phlebotomy Applications are due November 1st.
Applications will be accepted starting September 1st.
See below for application instructions.

Phlebotomists are health professionals who draw blood from patients or blood donors for medical testing. Does this sound like something you would like to do as a career or to start your profession in the medical field? Do you have an attention to detail, critical thinking skills, dependability, and ready to work in a face pace changing work environment?  Or are you interested in the medical field and don’t know where to start.  Then maybe the laboratory and phlebotomy are the right choice for you!

MACC’s Phlebotomy Certification Training Course is one of only a few training opportunities in the state of Missouri that prepares students for the ASCP examination. ASCP is the Gold Standard of the Laboratory Certification and the one most recognized nationally certification.

Our curriculum covers core exam topics including 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 clinical sites.

Please note, our phlebotomy program is not eligible for financial aid; however, grant money may be available to help cover costs should you be eligible. Please contact your local Job Center or Workforce Development for further information. Payment plan options are available through MACC Business Office. Business Office phone – 660-269-4440

Program Components:

  • Lectures for this 4-credit hour course are held on-line through Zoom Classroom on Tuesday evenings during the Spring semester from 4:30 pm to 5:45 pm.
  • We hold two- in-person student Labs on the Mexico MO MACC Campus during the 5th and 6th week of class. The Mexico MO Campus is located at 2900 Doreli Lane Mexico MO 65240. An Orientation will be held at the Mexico MO Campus the week before the class starts.
  • Clinical Rotation starts after passing the two in-person Labs. Sites will be located close to your home. Students must have daytime, weekday availability for their 100-hour Clinical Rotation component requirement.

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After receiving a letter of Acceptance into the Phlebotomy Certification Program, you will need to promptly start gathering the following required documents before the first day of the spring semester class:


  • Proof of neg TB Test: One TB skin test within the last two years and another within one year prior to the end of rotation OR One T-SPOT/QFT (blood test) within one year prior to the end of rotation
  • 2 MMR vaccinations dates OR a positive titer blood test
  • 2 Varicella vaccinations OR a positive titer blood test
  • Current season’s flu vaccine
  • Hepatitis B vaccinations series of 3 shots OR a positive titer blood test
  • Tetanus-Diphtheria-Pertussis (Tdap) within the last 10 years
  • The required 10-Panel drug screen may be completed at Mid Mo Drug Testing at 405 Bernadette Drive, Columbia, Missouri.
  • When you arrive at the testing location, please inform them you are a MACC phlebotomy student and need a 10-Panel Drug Screen.
  • The cost of the drug screen is approximately $37.50, and the results will come directly to our office after specimen has been processed.
  • You will complete a background check through Background Check Advantage.
  • The form to fill out is found here. You will send the form, signed, directly to their office at or fax it to 573-893-7669.
  • We will notify you when to call and pay for the background check using a debit or credit card at 573-893-3700. The cost starts at $37.00 but will vary depending on how many states you have lived in and how many name changes you have had in the past.
  • The results will come to our office directly.

To apply to the Phlebotomy Certification Program:

  1. Once you have completed your MACC Admission Application and receive your username and password information, log into MyMACC.
  2. Click on the Student Tab.
  3. On the left-hand side, click on Program Applications.
  4. Click on the Phlebotomy Certification Program
  5. Complete and submit the form.


The deadline for the application is November 1st.

Required Documents will be needed by Orientation, the Tuesday prior to the first day of class for the spring semester.

For application and enrollment questions, please contact us at

Program Coordinator:
Darinda Mast
MLT Operations Coordinator
2900 Doreli Lane
Mexico, MO 65265
660-263-4100 ext. 13624

Program Administrative Assistant:
Tanna Whitworth
2900 Doreli Lane
Mexico, MO 65265
660-263-4100 x13656

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