Advisors – Ayers Campus: Gary Udaka, Welding Technology Building (256.835.5426) firstname.lastname@example.org;
S. Bart Smith, Welding Technology Building (256.835.5480) email@example.com
East Broad Campus: Frank Miller, Welding Technology Building (256.549.8653) firstname.lastname@example.org
Emergency Medical Services
John Hollingsworth, BS, NRP
Emergency Medical Services Program Director
Phlebotomy Essential Functions Requirements
The student entering and participating in the clinical laboratory technology program must be able to:
lift 40 pounds.
hear high and low frequency sounds within normal range, with or without corrective devices.
see with 20-40 visual acuity, with or without corrective lenses.
feel veins and pulses.
smell body and environmental odors.
Phlebotomy Curriculum Information
The phlebotomy training program consists of one course, MLT 100: Phlebotomy, which is a 2 credit hour course. The course consists of 15 hours of lecture and 45 hours of clinical experience in the student laboratory/hospital setting. The course can be completed in six weeks or less.
Admission Requirements & Procedure:
If you wish to apply for admission to the Phlebotomy Training Course, you must complete all steps listed below no later than midnight on September 30, 2018 for Spring Semester, 2019, admission.
1. Complete the admission procedure for GSCC as outlined on the GSCC Website and in the GSCC Student Handbook & Catalog.
Medical Laboratory Technology/Phlebotomy Training Program Director
MLT Transfer Policy
The policy concerning a transfer student’s request for admission into the MLT program are as follows:
MLT Clinical Sites
What is the Medical Laboratory Technology Program?
The Medical Laboratory Technology Program is a five (5) semester program that enables successful graduates to take the national certification examination offered by the American Society of Medical Pathology Board of Certification ASCP(BOC). The Program culminates in an Associate in Applied Science Degree in Medical Laboratory Technology.