Interested in getting into the medical field? Not squeamish around blood and other bodily fluids? Getting a certificate in phlebotomy is a great first step into the healthcare world!
What is phlebotomy? Phlebotomy is the process of puncturing a vein in order to draw blood for transfusion, diagnostic testing or experimental procedures. Phlebotomy is an important process in providing all types of healthcare and people with skills in phlebotomy can work in medical offices, hospitals and clinical laboratories.
In the Emily Griffith Phlebotomy program, you’ll learn the knowledge and procedural aspects of basic phlebotomy, including venipunctures, collection of blood specimens, and special procedures. You’ll also learn about important infection control and safety practices.
Our short, 8-week program will have you ready to join the workforce quickly!
Clinical placement: After you complete your coursework, you will be placed in an internship in the field where you’ll gain real-world experience.
What Can I Do with an Emily Griffith Phlebotomy Certificate?
Graduates from Emily Griffith’s Phlebotomy program have gone on to work as phlebotomists at:
- Private Clinics
- Outpatient Laboratories
- Research Centers
As a phlebotomist, you could go on to other careers in the medical field including medical assisting, medical technology, and clinical laboratory science.