Phlebotomy

Become a Phlebotomist

You can become a Phlebotomist in just two months with AIAM’s 60-hour program. The program is designed to provide graduates with the skills necessary to obtain entry-level employment in a variety of multidisciplinary clinical healthcare settings. Job titles for graduates of this program include Phlebotomist and Phlebotomy Technician. For those who choose to take the NHA national Phlebotomy exam, also Certified Phlebotomist Technician.

Coursework covers anatomy and physiology specific to the profession, plus infection control and safety, and phlebotomy laboratory skills. This 60-hour program includes a 20-hour externship which offers real-life experience under the direct supervision of a physician or other appropriate supervisor.

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Is this the right career for you?

Phlebotomy has always been a good pathway into the healthcare system. Hospitals and labs always need individuals with excellent phlebotomy skills, and patients will always need blood tests. Blood sampling and testing is one of the most commonly used modalities to screen and diagnose disease.

Many health professionals have used their Phlebotomy Technician experience as a springboard into other healthcare sectors. Much of this comes down to being exposed to potential career advancement options like surgical technology and endoscopy technology. Going back to school for additional degrees and certifications isn’t uncommon.

According to a study on Indeed, Phlebotomist Technicians working in the United States can expect to earn an average of $44,000 per year. Common benefits include loan forgiveness, tuition reimbursement, and flexible scheduling.

AIAM is a cost-conscious entry into a satisfying career in Phlebotomy.
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  • Program Details
    • 60 hours, 7.5 weeks
    • Must have a high school diploma or GED recognized by the U.S. Department of Education OR officially evaluated foreign equivalent
    • Graduates of the program are prepared to meet the eligibility criteria to apply for the national certification process through the National Health career Association (NHA) to successfully complete the Phlebotomy Technician national certification exam
    • Although national certification is not required for employment, having an NHA certification demonstrates proficiency and gives a competitive edge in the professional world
  • Phlebotomy Program Admissions Requirements
    • Complete a personal tour and interview with an AIAM admissions enrollment coach
    • Submit official transcripts of earned HS diploma or official HS diploma or official GED recognized by the Department of Education (or foreign equivalent) or official transcripts of earned Baccalaureate Degree or higher from an institution recognized by the US Department of Education (or foreign degree equivalent that has been officially evaluated). 
    • Complete application form
    • Meet with Financial Aid office to discuss payment options
    • Complete enrollment agreement and accompanying paperwork

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