Students learn to perform clinical laboratory procedures under the supervision of a qualified pathologist and/or clinical laboratory scientist. Classroom training is integrated with clinical experiences under the medical direction of cooperating hospitals. Graduation from this program allows students to take a national certification examination which is necessary for clinical employment.

The last day to apply for admission to the Clinical Laboratory Technology program for Fall Semester 2020 is May 15, 2020.

All students need to meet with program advisers before the above date to be added to a list to be considered for the program, and all prerequisites (Clinical Lab Admission Criteria) for the program have to be completed by the end of Spring semester before the start of the Fall program date.

The Georgia Piedmont Technical College Clinical Laboratory Technology program is accredited by the National Accrediting Agency for Clinical Laboratory Sciences (NAACLS), 5600 N. River Road, Suite 720, Rosemont IL 60018, (773) 714- 8880, www.naacls.org.

GPTC CLT Program three-year program outcome measures:

All performance categories were per NAACLS standards (for those entering the final half of the program), ASCP BOC certification pass rate, graduation, and job placement within one year of program completion based on NAACLS standards.

 

Year

Performance category
Certification pass Graduation Placement
2017 89 92 100
2018 100 91 100
2019 86 100 86


For more information, please contact:

Ibsa Abdi, MLS(ASCP)
Director, CLT & Phlebotomy Programs
abdii@gptc.edu 
404-297-9522 x 1269

Anita Khoram
CLT & Phlebotomy Instructor
khorama@gptc.edu
404-297-9522 x 1164