Open to individuals who have a Bachelor of Science in Biology or Chemistry and who meet the requirements. Classes begin August 3, 2020. Applications are due November 25, 2019.

Instruction And Training In

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Microbiology

Culture patient specimens to identify pathogens Antibiotic testing

Working in the laboratory

Clinical Chemistry

Basic & Complex Tests in a very automated setting

Research scientist looking into microscope, side view

Hematology

Complete Blood Counts Identification of normal and abnormal blood cells

female doctor smiling in a hospital with her team behind

Immunology

Antibody analysis for bacterial, viral & autoimmune diseases

A pharmacist fills prescriptions in a pharmacy.

Immunohematology

Blood Typing
Antibody Testing
Crossmatching

The Trinity Health System School of Medical Laboratory Science is in the initial phase of accreditation with the National Accrediting Agency for Clinical Laboratory Sciences (NAACLS).  Successful students are eligible to take the American Society for Clinical Pathology Board of Certification Exam (www.ascp.org), dependent upon the awarding of Serious Applicant status, which is expected April 1, 2020. Pass rate, graduation and attrition rates will be accessible to interested students as soon as they become available.  Full accreditation is expected spring 2021.  More information may be obtained at www.naacls.org or by correspondence with NAACLS, 5600 N. River Rd., Suite 720, Rosemont, IL 60018, and 773-714-8880.

 

Further information and requests for the Student Handbook can be made by contacting:

Connie Moore, Program Director, at 740-264-8447, or conniemoore@trinityhealth.com