6 Hawaii Phlebotomy Training Programs

Hawaii Institute of Healthcare and Training Services

Programs Offered: Phlebotomy Technician Training Program

Location: 1059 Kilauea Ave. Unit B Hilo, HI 96720

The Phlebotomy Technician Training Program offered at the Hawaii Institute of Healthcare and Training Services is a forty hours intensive course. Of these 40 hours, about 10% of the time is spent on classroom lecture, and 30% is spent on lab work. In order for students to successfully complete training and qualify for certification, they must complete at least 25 blood draws. Upon completing the training, students will receive a certificate of completion, and they will also qualify to sit for a national certification exam.

There is also an optional externship which can provide students with an additional 40 hours of “hands-on” practice.

The tuition of this option is $575.00, and this fee includes books and laboratory supplies. In order to reserve your spot, you must make a $200.00 non-refundable deposit. To view a detailed information brochure you can visit the site to learn more.

Hawaii Medical Training Center

Programs Offered: Phlebotomy Training Program

Location: Dillingham Business Center, 1425 Dillingham Boulevard Suite 205-B, Honolulu, HI 96817

Hawaii Medical Training Center offers 6-week program of phlebotomy training.

According to the website, the center has taught the program for over fifteen years. After completing the program, students gain employments at clinical labs, blood banks, hospitals, and medical facilities.

Hawaii Technical Institute

Programs Offered: Certified Phlebotomy Technician

Location: 1130 North Nimitz Hwy. Ste A-226 Honolulu, HI 96817

Hawaii Technical Institute offers a one-month program of certified phlebotomy technician.

The program covers topics like techniques and procedures of specimen collection, safety and compliance, and more.

Healthcare Training and Career Consultants Inc.

Programs Offered: National Phlebotomy Certification Preparatory Program

Location: Honolulu Branch- 2130 North King St., Suite 7 Honolulu, HI 96819
Maui Branch-Hale Makua Nursing Facility Wailuku Maui, HI 96793

The national phlebotomy certification preparatory program offered here is a 30-35 hour class that focuses on teaching students the principles and skills of phlebotomy. The entire program can be completed in as little as 4-5 weeks, and classes are typically offered in the evening. For those that would like to attend the class in the Maui Branch, the same 30-35 hours of curriculum can be completed in 2 weeks, as the classes run for 4 hours in the evening.

The course is designed for a classroom of 12 students or less, so individuals that would like more individual attention may find this program to be a good option.

The curriculum of this option covers a wide variety of topics which include: venipuncture procedures, urinalysis procedure, specimen documentation, specimen transportation, quality management and legal issues, as well as safety and first aid.

Professional Health Educators

Programs Offered: Phlebotomy Training Program

Location: 1286 Kalani St, B-204, Honolulu, HI 96817 At City Square; 94-877 Farrington Hwy. #B, Waipahu, HI 96797
Professional Health Educators offers a program of phlebotomy training.

The program lasts 54 to 60 hours, and covers topics like anatomy & physiology, procedures and techniques of venipuncture, infection control, related equipment and supplies, quality control, and more.

University of Hawaii Kapi’olani Community College

Programs Offered: Certificate of Competence in Phlebotomy

Location: 4303 Diamond Head Road Honolulu, HI 96816

At the University of Hawaii Kapi’olani Community College, students can attend a two-course phlebotomy training program. Part 1 of this option consists of 64 hours of classroom training, taught on campus. Upon successfully completing this portion with a minimum grade of 70%, students can then begin Part 2 of training, which is a 100-hour clinical internship in a clinic or hospital.

After completing both portions of the training, students will receive a certificate of competence, and in addition, they become eligible to sit for a national certification exam.

The tuition of this option totals $1,085.00 (textbook included) and students must also pay $15.00 for liability insurance.

To apply, students must have a copy of valid one-man CPR and First Aid cards, and they must also have proof of various vaccines. If you would like to view the full list of required immunizations, you can visit the school site to learn more.