Get information from local Phlebotomy schools



List of colleges with accredited phlebotomy programs in cities across the U.S. and online. Find a school near you and get information about phlebotomist programs, college campus locations, financial aid assistance and more.

When you're working as a phlebotomist, you will collect, label, and transport blood specimens as directed by prescribing physicians or supervising medical professionals. You will work in hospitals, labs, medical offices, or blood donation organizations, typically working directly with patients. Your other responsibilities will include performing basic phlebotomy procedures, evaluating patients for the ability to withstand a venipuncture procedure, explaining such procedures, performing basic point of care testing such as blood glucose tests, and preparing blood, urine, and other body fluid specimens for testing according to established government standards.

Read: Becoming a Phlebotomy Technician

Use the program search application to find an accredited phlebotomy tech program at school near you.

Find Phlebotomy Schools in Your City

Search by State