The Phlebotomy program at DMC University is approved by the National Accrediting Agency for Clinical Laboratory Sciences (NAACLS).
The School of Phlebotomy is located on the Kresge Campus at 4707 St. Antoine Blvd SG33, Detroit, Michigan 48201
The program accepts four (4) students per class for 200 hours + 100 venipunctures of clinical training. The program starts every January, April, and August. The length of the program is about 10 weeks. However the program reserves the right to change the start and completion dates provided due notice is given to applicants.
Following successful completion of the didactic portion of the phlebotomy program, the student will be placed in a guaranteed clinical externship exposing the students to real phlebotomy experience. Once the student has completed the didactic and clinical externship a certificate of completion will be awarded from the DMCUL School of Phlebotomy
DMC University Laboratories School of Phlebotomy mission is committed in serving the health care needs of the community, state and nation by providing quality of education for the Phlebotomy profession
The overall objective of the program is to provide adequate and meaningful experiences for the student in order to prepare him/her to perform with competence and to provide every graduate the opportunity to meet or exceed the requirements necessary for the national certification exam.
The program is dedicated to Fair Practices in education as set by the Committee of Allied Health and Education, January 1978 (revised 1979). Veterans are also encouraged to apply.
Program Director - Joyce Salancy, MS,MT(ASCP)
Education Coordinator - Kelly Saullo PBT (ASCP)
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Program Application (Word)
Program Application (PDF)
Evaluation from Instructor and Employer (Word)
Evaluation from Instructor and Employer (PDF)
Phlebotomy Student Medical History(PDF)