Top Phlebotomy Certification Schools

Learn about accredited phlebotomy programs offered in the U.S. Find out about the training, the courses and the steps to certification in the phlebotomy field.

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Over 200 schools provide phlebotomy programs in the U.S. The National Accrediting Agency for Clinical Laboratory Sciences (NAACLS) accredits approximately 60 programs, most of which are offered by 2-year technical, vocational or community colleges. Below are some of the largest schools accredited by the NAACLS for phlebotomy training.

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1. Cuyahoga Community College District in Cleveland, OH

Cuyahoga Community College, located in Cleveland, Ohio, provides a variety of career-focused programs to more than 23,000 students. The 1-year phlebotomy certification program includes classes in medical terminology, blood collecting techniques, human biology and an 8-week clinical laboratory section. Successful completion allows students to sit for the American Society for Clinical Pathology (ASCP) Board of Registry Examination, or to continue studies for an A.A.S. in Medical Laboratory Technology.

2. Milwaukee Area Technical College in Milwaukee, WI

The 1-semester phlebotomy certification program at Milwaukee Area Technical College focuses on the skills and theory of phlebotomy. Students take classes and gain practical experience drawing blood at a medical facility. The college serves 18,700 students and is located the Milwaukee Metropolitan Area.

List of Large NAACLS Accredited Phlebotomy Certification Schools

College/University Distinction Location
Bossier Parish Community College Students work at a part-time or full-time pace to complete the school's Certificate of Technical Studies in Phlebotomy Bossier City, LA
Cuyahoga Community College District Cuyahoga Community College (Tri-C) is the largest community college in Ohio and is 45th in the nation in terms of number of associate degrees conferred Cleveland, OH
Fayetteville Technical Community College The FTCC phlebotomy program is 240 hours and is available on the Spring Lake Campus and at the Cliffdale Park location Fayetteville, NC
Front Range Community College The 8-credit phlebotomy certificate includes 100 hours of clinical experiences Westminster, CO
Milwaukee Area Technical College MATC's Phlebotomy Technical Diploma is available on both the Milwaukee and West Allis campuses Milwaukee, WI
Moraine Valley Community College The 3-course (9 credit) phlebotomy program at Moraine Valley is taken over two semesters Palos Hills, IL
Phillips Community College of the University of Arkansas The NAACL-accredited program at PCC requires two semesters and leads to a Phlebotomy Technical Certificate (PHLE.TC H) Helena, AR
Southern University at Shreveport Competitive admission to Southern University's phlebotomy program requires 3 letters of reference and an interview with the Phlebotomy Interview Committee Shreveport, LA
Wake Technical Community College Students who complete the 16-week course of study for phlebotomy are eligible for the ASCP Board of Certification exam Raleigh, NC
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