Phlebotomy

 classes in 

Phoenix

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Phlebotomist
certificate. Choose from the list of schools below or click on the button below to get started with your
Phlebotomist
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In the
Phoenix
metro area,
the average cost of a
Phlebotomist
class is $
2250
the average class length is approximately
5
weeks long, and
the average starting pay for
Phlebotomist
here is $
20
per hour.
Next
Phlebotomist
class
January 10, 2023

Resilient Healthcare Academy

Verified
10000 N 31st Avenue Suite C266, Phoenix, AZ 85051
Pay in full: $
2250
Payment plan: $
368
upfront

Resilient Healthcare has a fantastic Phlebotomist training program with a hardworking and thoughtful teacher. Resilient Healthcare's class takes place in Phoenix. Resilient Healthcare has designed their Phlebotomist course to be flexible and convenient, with hybrid classes that can fit even the busiest schedules. Through Resilient Healthcare's training program, you can become a Phlebotomist in only 5 weeks.

Administrator:
Teanna Campbell
Programs:
Certified Nursing Assistant, Phlebotomist, Patient Care Technician, Certified Medical Assistant
Class type:
Hybrid
Next
Phlebotomist
class

Arizona Technical Training Institute

Verified
2515 E Bell Rd Suite B, Phoenix, AZ 85032
Pay in full: $
1742
Payment plan: $
upfront

You’re experience and knowledge as a phlebotomist are crucial in the healthcare field. As a phlebotomist, the need for you’re role in the healthcare field is projected to grow substantially within the coming years. If you have a desire to excel in a growing and rewarding field, let Arizona Medical Training Institute be your guide.

Administrator:
Betty Suleimanov
Programs:
Certified Caregiver, Phlebotomist, Certified Nursing Assistant
Class type:
Hybrid

Frequently asked questions

What is phlebotomy?

A phlebotomy technician is someone who draws blood from patients. Phlebotomists collect and prepare blood for diagnostic tests, donations, and blood transfusions.

What is the criteria for becoming a phlebotomy technician through Dreambound?

You'll need to obtain a High School Diploma or GED or complete an 8th Grade test. You must be able to pass a criminal background check. You'll also need to provide a copy of your Social Security card and one of your state-issued IDs (e.g., state ID, driver's license, American passport). You may be asked for other documents such as a drug test or immunization records. We match you with our state-approved CNA training provider in your area. To fill out the Dreambound Application form, click here.

What is Dreambound?

Dreambound is the #1 online platform for candidates looking for allied health training programs, such as CNA or phlebotomy. Top allied health schools across the country list their classes on dreambound.com.

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