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1325 S. Colorado Blvd., Ste B501
Denver, CO 80222
Tel 303-584-0575
Fax 1-888-960-0575


Currently enrolling in classes starting:
Tuesday April 25 5 pm – 9:30 pm
Friday  May 19 9 am – 1:30 pm
Saturday June 3 9 am – 1:30 pm
American Society of Phlebotomy Technicians (ASPT)
National Exam      Saturday  Sept 23    2pm
Contact for details and application
Open to anyone who has worked as a phlebotomist full time for six months or part time for one year, as well as graduates of PLC or another ASPT approved phlebotomy program.


Admission Requirements Students must have a high school diploma, GED or transcript of work past high school (college or vocational school) and be 18 years old by the end of the classroom portion of the class. Students from other countries may be asked to prove English competency. To get started Students must schedule a short (30 minute) interview with admissions. Email or call to set up appointment during office hours. The Class
  • One class a week for 10 weeks
  • 4.5 hours – half lecture half lab
  • 40 hour, one week or 80 hour or two week clinical externship (depending on location)
Students put in between 7-10 hours per week in home study – reading and homework. Memorization is required. One or two week externships available. These externships run Monday through Friday. We will work with students to schedule their externship if they need to take time off from their current job. Students working in a healthcare facility can make arrangements to do their externship where they work. Immunization Requirements Students must have verification of the following immunizations or immunity to the following diseases before being placed in an externship. These immunizations are also required to get any job in healthcare that works with patients. Hepatitis B: Students must have the first and second Hepatitis B immunizations. (Hep B is a three part immunizations.) MMR (measles “rubeola”, mumps. rubella): Students must show proof of at least two MMR immunizations during their lifetime and/or provide lab results that show proof of immunity. Varicella (chicken pox): Students must show proof of immunity to Varicella, have a physicians record of having the disease or proof of immunization. PPD (tuberculosis skin test): Students must show evidence of a negative PPD (tuberculosis) test within the past 6 months. If they have a history of positive PPD test, they must show a negative chest x-ray within the past 6 months.