City Colleges of Chicago - Harry S Truman
Programs Offered: Phlebotomy Technician Program
Location: 1145 West Wilson Ave Chicago, IL 60640
Harry S Truman College is part of the network of the City Colleges of Chicago. These colleges each have separate locations but share the same educational goals and some programs.
Students who want to train to become Phlebotomy Technicians can do so at Harry S Truman College. This program is part of the Continuing Education Career Program.
Students who successfully complete this program will earn a certificate and can go on to become Phlebotomy Technicians.
Phlebotomy Technicians are an important part of the healthcare team. They can work in a variety of medical settings including hospitals, doctors’ offices, research labs, testing labs and more. Becoming a Phlebotomy Technician is a great way to get started in the health care field.City Colleges of Chicago - Malcolm X
Programs Offered: Phlebotomy Program
Location: 1900 W. Van Buren St Chicago, IL 60612
Malcolm X College is the branch of the City Colleges of Chicago that is most focused on health sciences programs.
The Phlebotomy program at Malcolm X is a two semester program. During the first semester, students will take a five-credit course called Phlebotomy 109. This class covers basic Phlebotomy knowledge like the history of Phlebotomy, the role of the Phlebotomist, medical terminology, safety, infection control, anatomy and physiology, venipuncture collection procedures and more.
During the second semester, students will complete Phlebotomy 209 which covers skin puncture equipment and procedures, special procedures, quality assurance, communication, and 220 hours of practical clinical training at a local health care facility. Students will be expected to perform 150 unsupervised venipunctures and 25 capillary punctures on infants in the nursery.
College of DuPage
Programs Offered: Phlebotomy and EKG Certificate Program
Location: 425 Fawell Blvd. Glen Ellyn, IL 60137
College of DuPage offers a two-semester phlebotomy training program.
In the first semester, students will participate classroom instruction of phlebotomy and EKG, and in the second semester, students will gain hands-on clinical experiences.
College of DuPage is 26 miles west of Chicago.
Programs Offered: Phlebotomy Certificate Program
Location: 1200 W. Algonquin Road Palatine, IL 60067
Harper College offers an 8-credit program of phlebotomy training.
The program includes courses of medical terminology, phlebotomy principles and practice, and phlebotomy internship.
Harper College is 29.9 miles northwest of Chicago.
Moraine Valley Community College
Programs Offered: Phlebotomy Certificate Program
Location: 9000 W. College Pkwy., Palos Hills IL 60465-2478
Moraine Valley Community College offers a 13-credit program of phlebotomy certificate.
The program covers medical terminology, phlebotomy principles and practice, phlebotomy clinical practice seminar, and phlebotomy clinical practice.
Moraine Valley Community College 22.7 miles southwest of Chicago.
MRI Institute and Consulting, Inc
Programs Offered: Phlebotomy Technician Certificate Program
Location: 1887 N. Neltnor Blvd. West Chicago, IL 60185
The MRI Institute can help students to become Phlebotomy Technicians in as little as 12 weeks.
This program includes both in class didactic learning and hands on clinical internship experience.
In order to apply, students must have a high school diploma or GED and be at least 18 years old. Students do not need to have a background in medical training and do not need to meet any college prerequisites in order to be accepted into this program.
After students have completed this program, they will be eligible to take the National Health Career Association Technical Certificate exam.
Phlebotomists can work in a wide variety of medical settings including hospitals, labs, clinics, doctors’ offices and more.Midwestern Career College
Programs Offered: Phlebotomy Tech Program
Location: 20 N Wacker Dr #3800, Chicago, IL 60606
Students who want to start a career in health care by becoming a Phlebotomy Technician can do so at Midwestern Career College.
This program includes video tutorials, lecture, lab and clinical training. It is broken down into 60 hours of lecture, between 20 and 40 hours of lab, 30 hours of video instruction on anatomy and physiology, and between 80 and 160 hours of hands on clinical training at a real health care facility or testing lab.
Students who complete this program can test to become certified as Phlebotomy Technicians. Phlebotomy techs work in a wide range of medical settings including hospitals, doctors’ offices, testing labs, blood donation centers, and more.
Oakton Community College
Programs Offered: Phlebotomy Training Program
Location: Des Plaines Campus- 1600 East Golf Road Des Plaines, IL 60016
Skokie Campus- 7701 North Lincoln Avenue Skokie, IL 60077
Oakton Community College offers a 10-credit phlebotomy training program.
The program covers medical terminology, introduction to healthcare issues, phlebotomy, and phlebotomy practicum.
Oakton Community College is 22.2 miles northwest of Chicago.