South Suburban College’s Phlebotomy Program Earns the 10 Year National Accrediting Agency for Clinical Laboratory Sciences Accreditation

South Suburban College’s Phlebotomy Program Earns the 10 Year National Accrediting Agency for Clinical Laboratory Sciences Accreditation
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South Suburban College’s Phlebotomy Program Earns the 10 Year National Accrediting Agency for Clinical Laboratory Sciences Accreditation (South Holland, IL) —

South Suburban College (SSC) proudly announces National Accrediting Agency for Clinical Laboratory Sciences 10 year accreditation for the Phlebotomy Program. This marks another significant milestone in SSC’s commitment to excellence in quality education.

The accreditation process entailed an extensive evaluation including a site visit, culminating in the NAACLS Review Committee’s approval.

This accomplishment is a reflection of the diligence and hard work demonstrated by SSC’s faculty, executive leadership, and its students. We would especially like to acknowledge Dr. Adrienne Reaves, Program Coordinator and Dr. Dectric Fletcher, faculty members, for their contributions.

South Suburban College’s Dean of Allied Health and Career Programs, Dr. Megan Hughes, understands the importance of offering students options for careers and our graduates are in high demand. Additional healthcare programs at SSC include Radiologic Technology, MRI, Medical Assistant, Echocardiography, Pharmacy Technician, Phlebotomy, and Patient Care Technician, EMT, Paramedic, and Occupational Therapy Assistant, Coding Specialist, and Community Health Worker offer students an opportunity to work in healthcare in a variety of settings and earn an excellent salary. South Suburban College also has an excellent Nursing program. The college is looking forward to the ground breaking of our new Allied Health and Nursing building which will offer a state-of-the-art facility for all our healthcare programs.

Another wonder aspect of the Phlebotomy Certification Program, is that it can be earned in one semester and grant funding is available for eligible students to pay for the costs of the program.

To make an appointment concerning Allied Health Careers, contact the College & Career Success Center at (708) 210-5724. Additional details regarding the SSC Phlebotomy program can be found by visiting South Suburban College’s Phlebotomy Program website.

South Suburban College’s Phlebotomy Program Earns the 10 Year National Accrediting Agency for Clinical Laboratory Sciences Accreditation

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