Phlebotomy technicians make up to $40,370/year in the state of Texas! Common areas of work include hospitals, clinics, commercial laboratories, medical offices, and blood banks.

The job of a phlebotomist is a rewarding career that can also be a stepping stone to future careers such as medical assistants, lab techs, or nursing.

We prepare students to perform a variety of blood collection methods. Upon completion of this hands-on training, students will be able to seek employment as phlebotomy technicians.

Workforce Solutions (WIOA) Eligible

Students choosing this academic pathway may receive funding and other financial assistance and support from Workforce Solutions. See, call (432) 367-1449 (option 5), or open the flyer for information on the services they provide in partnership with Midland College. The Workforce Solutions office is located on Midland College's main campus, in room 138 of the Technology Center (TC) Building. Note: Students receiving federal and state financial aid are not eligible for WIOA assistance.


Why choose Phlebotomy @ MC?


Midland College works in partnership with several hospitals and clinics in our surrounding area to provide a quality, hands-on training experience.


  • Class room training: Monday or Wednesday evening, 6 pm – 10 pm
  • Clinical training: 80 hours, 2-3 days/evenings per week

Join Our Program

Click Links Below for Details

Phlebotomy Courses

  • PLAB1023: Phlebotomy Classroom
    Meets Monday or Wednesday, 6 – 10 pm

  • PLAB1060: Phlebotomy Clinical
    80 clinical hours will be scheduled with local healthcare facilities to provide the student with experience in phlebotomy skills. The clinicals will be 2–3 days/week and will be the hours of 7 am – 3 pm, 3 pm – 11 pm, or 11 pm – 7 am.
    The clinical course is an unpaid learning experience.

  • Total 136 hours/13.6 CEUs


Advanced Technology Center (ATC)
3200 W. Cuthbert
Room 134 or 212



Midland Memorial Hospital, Midland Memorial (West), Martin County Hospital, Ward Memorial Hospital (Monahans).

Class Dates & Times

Program Requirements

  • Must be 18 years or older
  • Copy of photo ID or driver’s license
  • Copy of social security card
  • Copy of current CPR certification
    Must be American Heart Association, BLS, within past 2 years.

    Midland College CPR Courses
    CPR courses as part of our Risk Management Training program. Browse course offerings at the link below or call (432) 683-2832 for details.

    Risk Management Training Course Offerings

  • Copy of high school diploma/GED
  • Copy of health insurance card
  • Copy of Immunizations:
    • Flu (October - March)
    • Tetanus (Td or Tdap) - within last 10 years
    • MMR - must have 2 shots if born after 1957
    • Hepatitis B series - must have all 3 shots or Heplisav 2 dose series
    • Tuberculosis (TB) test (negative result) - within last 12 months
    • Varicella (chicken pox) - 2 doses required
      If you have had chicken pox, download, print, and complete this form: 
      Documenting History of Illness (pdf)
  • All immunizations must be complete prior to registration
  • Pass criminal background check - processed by Viewpoint Screening
  • Drug Screen will be managed through the Viewpoint application. Please wait for instructions to proceed with the drug screen.

Required Supplies

  • Classroom Materials

    Pens, pencils, highlighters, folders, and paper

  • Uniform

    Scrubs: hunter green (top) and khaki (bottom), safety glasses (optional)
    Available at the MC Bookstore, located at the MC main campus: 3600 N. Garfield, Midland, TX

  • Phlebotomy Patch

    Available at the Midland College Bookstore
  • Textbook

    Phlebotomy Essentials 7th ed. Ruth McCall & Cathee M. Tankersly
    Available at the Midland College Bookstore

Application Steps

Step 1 - Complete the application and upload documents at Viewpoint Screening

Step 2 - Once the approval is complete, call us at (432) 681-6354 to make a registration appointment.

Step 3 - Drug Screen will be managed through the Viewpoint application. Please wait for instructions to proceed with the drug screen.


Total Program COST = $749

Required Courses:

  • Classroom Tuition - $300
  • Clinical Tuition - $449

Scholarship Opportunities

Health Sciences Continuing Education Scholarships

Scholarships are available for qualified applicants. Apply in the department office with proof of household income and a one-page essay expressing goals and financial needs.

HSCE Scholarship Packet (pdf)

Workforce Solutions Scholarship

Contact Priscilla Trejo at (432) 367-1449 or email for details.

Midland Memorial Health Scholarship at Midland College

(Certified Nurse Aide & Phlebotomy Only)

Visit for details.

As a Phlebotomy Technician student, expect

  • Classes on Monday or Wednesday, 6 – 10 pm
  • Clinical hours, TBA
  • Work closely with a small group of students
  • 5 - 10 hours/week outside of class study time to be successful
  • 56 hours of classroom instruction
  • 80 hours of clinical instruction

Upon Successful Completion of the Program

Be prepared to take a certification exam:

  • The American Society for Clinical Pathology exam, PBT (ASCP), $135, or
  • The National Health Career Association exam, CPT (NHA), $117


Call (432) 681-6354

to Schedule an Advisor/Registration Appointment



Kimberly Daw

Advanced Technology Center
Office 143
(432) 681-6338

Office Location

Advanced Technology Center

3200 W. Cuthbert
Midland, TX 79701
(432) 681-6338
Building Floor Plan