Find accredited phlebotomy technician certificate training classes and associate’s degree courses offered by local medical trade schools and online technical colleges.
To Become a Phlebotomist:
- “Get your high school diploma or GED
- Be a minimum of 18 years old
- Enroll and complete an ACCREDITED phlebotomy training program through a community college or trade school
- Get licensed and certified to make yourself more desirable to employers. In some states it’s mandatory, in others it’s preferred”
Colleges with Phlebotomy Technology Programs
All schools on the list are accredited programs and have financial aid assistance if you qualify.
- Brightwood College
- Northeast Technical Institute
- National College
- Central Penn
- Ayers Career College
- Miami Jacobs
- Miller Motte
- Arizona College
- Allegany College
All colleges are not listed here, use the search application to see your local choices.
What does a phlebotomy technician do?
A phlebotomy technician collects, labels and transports blood specimens as directed by supervising medical professionals. Phlebotomy tech’s work in hospitals, labs, medical offices or blood donation organizations, typically directly with patients.
Other responsibilities include:
- basic phlebotomy procedure
- evaluate patients for venipuncture procedure,
- explaining procedure to patients
- performing basic point of care testing(blood glucose tests)
- preparing blood, urine, and other body fluid specimens for testing (standards compliance)