Eleven complete phlebotomy training at TCAT

Published 3:55 pm Tuesday, April 28, 2020

Eleven students are scheduled to graduate this trimester after completing 432 clock hours of phlebotomy training at the Tennessee College of Applied Technology, announced Loretta Eades, certified phlebotomy technician and instructor.
The Phlebotomy Technician Certificate (PTC) training includes theory and hands-on instruction during a full trimester totaling 432 clock hours. Students must be at least 18 years of age. Classes meet from 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Monday-Thursday at the TCAT Elizabethton Main Campus.
By county of residence the graduates this trimester are:
WASHINGTON – Ashley Nichole Baird, Johnaysia Qwadaia Re’Mautea Scott, Whitney Lauriel Garnett Siliphet, Jessica Lynn Soliman, Elisabeth Thyme Wudtke.
SULLIVAN: Autumn Dawn Harris, Kaitlin Alexandra Forbes, Lily Taylor Franklin.
HAWKINS: Amanda Nicole Drinnon.
UNICOI: Carol Ann Manis.
CARTER: Mason Douglas Yates.
Prior to admission, students must provide a copy of their high school diploma or equivalent; score at least a level three in reading and math on the AssessmentTest in Tech Foundations; provide proof of CPR for the Health Care ProviderCertification; provide proof of Healthcare Providers Service Organization LiabilityInsurance; proof of rubella and varicella immunity; negative TB skin test or chest x-ray; and be subject to a drug screen and criminal background check.

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