Accredited Phlebotomy Schools


Find accredited phlebotomy technician certificate training classes and associate’s degree programs offered by local medical trade schools and online technical colleges. Use the search application to choose an online program or school near you.

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Prerequisites for becoming a phlebotomist:

  • High school diploma or GED
  • 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 just preferred.

In a phlebotomy program you’ll learn things like:

  • Anatomy and physiology
  • Blood and cell composition
  • Blood sampling procedures
  • Lab safety
  • Medical terminology

Your hands-on training may include basic techniques,butterfly and finger stick methods, heel stick and capillary puncture which used on newborns, CPR, and first aid.

Colleges with Phlebotomy Technology Programs

All schools on the list are accredited programs and have financial aid assistance if you qualify.

All colleges are not listed here, use the search application to see your local choices.

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