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12 Arkansas Phlebotomy Training Programs
Phillips Community College

Phillips Community College offers a phlebotomy training program that can help you reach your goals of becoming a phlebotomist and enjoying a lucrative career in the medical field.







This phlebotomy program is designed to teach students how to draw blood using various methods and how to prepare and process blood tests. In addition to learning the clinical aspects of phlebotomy, students will also learn how to catalog and record patient’s blood history which is a crucial aspect of phlebotomy.

With three locations in Arkansas Phillips Community College can provide you with the training that you will need to pursue a career in phlebotomy. The Phlebotomy Program is approved by the National Accrediting Agency for Clinical Laboratory Sciences (NAACLS).



Black River Technical College

Black River Technical College, a Pocahontas and Paragould based community college, offers a 13-week training for phlebotomy.



Arkansas State University - Newport

Arkansas State University - Newport offers an affordable phlebotomy training program.



Arkansas Northeastern College

Its Paragould Campus offers a phlebotomy training course.



Arkansas State University-Mountain

With a vision "creating opportunities - changing lives", the community college offers quite a few programs. One of them is Certificate of Proficiency in Phlebotomy.



North Arkansas College

North Arkansas College is a public two-year college. Its phlebotomy technician program requires 2 semesters study to complete 6 courses.



Bossier Parish Community College

The phlebotomy program is composed of a pre-clinical component and a clinical component.



Southeast Arkansas College

The school offers a one-semester phlebotomy training program. Upon completion, the student should receive a certificate of proficiency in phlebotomy.



UAMS AHEC Southwest

The university offers a 13-week course for phlebotomy.



National Park Community College

National Park Community College offers a phlebotomy certificate program that can prepare you for a career in the medical industry.

This 34 credit hour program can provide you with the training that you will need pursues a career as a phlebotomist and the certificate can increase your marketability in the job market. This program consists of general education classes such as math and english as well as classes geared towards medical training. The medical classes include basic human anatomy and physiology, general biology and clinical application in phlebotomy.

This certificate program is designed to prepare you for a career as a phlebotomist and can help you reach your goals of working in the health care industry.



South Arkansas Community College

The phlebotomy training program at South Arkansas Community College can help you prepare for a lucrative career in health care.

This training focuses on the study of phlebotomy, professionalism and specimen collection and handling. You will also learn additional skills such as EKG and CPR, both skills that will increase your marketability in the medical field and benefit you throughout your career.

Upon completion of this 4 month program you become eligible to take the national certification exam and can then proceed to pursue a career as a certified phlebotomist.

South Arkansas Community College is a great option for students living in Arkansas that are interested in pursuing a career as a phlebotomist.



Petra Allied Health

The phlebotomy training course offered at Petra Allied Health can prepare you for any entry level job as a phlebotomist and with three locations in Arkansas it is a great option for students in Arkansas hoping to begin a career as a phlebotomist.

This 67 hour course consists of 47 hours of classroom lab time and 20 hours of clinical training. This clinical training will provide you with exposure to daily life as phlebotomist and will help to prepare you for the dynamic demands of a job as a phlebotomist.

This program is designed to prepare students to obtain blood samples using various methods and to teach students safe ways of handling and transporting samples.

If you have not found a phlebotomy training program that appeals to you, the training at Petra Allied Health may help you reach your goals and enjoy a lucrative career in the medical field.



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