If you are currently a phlebotomy technician without your phlebotomy certification, now may be the time to take the next step in your career. With our membership and completion of an accredited phlebotomy trainingprogram, you can enjoy career advancement, job security, and greater confidence in your work. A phlebotomy technician is an integral person in many doctor’s offices, hospitals, and outpatient facilities. Your skills are in-demand and we can give you the support you deserve.
Our mission is to provide resources and references to a variety of medical professionals, including the phlebotomy technician, medical assistance, drug collection specialist, and others, to help them get the certifications and continuing education they need to succeed and give better patient care. Read more about phlebotomy certification requirements and get started today
Qualifications for this certificate are:
One full year as a part-time phlebotomist, or;
Six months as a full-time phlebotomist, or;
A letter from a health care supervisor attesting that part of the job is procuring blood specimens regularly; must be submitted with the membership application on facility letterhead; OR Signature of supervisor/instructor on application attesting to the above.
Successful completion of an accredited phlebotomy training program; MUST have at least 100 documented successful venipunctures and 5 documented skin punctures and a current ASPT membership.
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