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These are the general steps to becoming a certified phlebotomist:
Certification is not a required phlebotomist qualification. However, some graduates wish to obtain the credentials required to become a Certified Phlebotomy Technician. Arizona College of Allied Health encourages our graduates to pursue certification to enhance their resumes and gain additional knowledge following the hands-on training in our Medical Assistant with Phlebotomy program.
After successfully completing our program, Arizona College of Allied Health graduates are eligible to sit for the Registered Phlebotomy Technician Certification Examination (offered through the American Medical Technologists organization). Other organizations that certify phlebotomists include the American Society of Phlebotomy Technicians, National Credentialing Agency for Medical Laboratory Personnel, and National Phlebotomy Association. Depending on which state you wish to work in, a phlebotomy license may be required as well.
Arizona College of Allied Health offers a hands-on Medical Assistant with Phlebotomy diploma program to provide you with the course work, skills, and clinical experience needed to further your employment opportunities. Fill out a request information form to get in touch with our admissions team. Start fulfilling your dream of becoming a phlebotomist. Change lives. Choose Arizona College of Allied Health!