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16 Maryland Phlebotomy Training Programs
Allegany College of Maryland

Programs Offered: Phlebotomy/EKG Technician Training Program







Location: Cumberland Campus-12401 Willowbrook Road Cumberland, MD 21502

At Allegany College of Maryland students can study for one semester to become either an entry-level phlebotomist or EKG technician. This training option utilizes both lecture and clinical experience to provide students with a thorough understanding of the responsibilities that they will have when they begin working in the medical field.

Topics covered in this program include: orientation to laboratory equipment, transportation of specimens, how to perform electrocardiograms correctly and how to recognize a normal heart rhythm, proper phlebotomy techniques, and more. This dual-focused program is ideal for individuals that would like to become a phlebotomist with the additional skill set required to become an EKG technician.

For more information regarding this program you can visit the school site to learn more and to find the contact information.



Allied Health, LLC

Programs Offered: Phlebotomy/IV Workshops

Location: 2500 N. Rolling Road Windsor Mill, MD 21244 Suite 202

Allied Health, LLC is an affiliate of the American Phlebotomy Association and offers workshops for students that would like to train and prepare for a national certification exam.

The phlebotomy workshop covers topics such as: tubes and anticoagulants, flow of blood, theory of phlebotomy, specimen processing, and more. The curriculum of this training workshop includes topics such as: selection of equipment, venipuncture and manikin only, IV documentation, key points, selection of catheter site, complications, procedure, and more.

Through the school site you can also purchase a seat for the national certification exam and there is an optional internship that you can register for. This training option is a good choice for individuals that would like to attend a program that is solely designed for career training and for test preparation.



Anne Arundel Community College

Programs Offered: Phlebotomy Technician Training Program

Location: 101 College Parkway Arnold, MD 21012-1895

At Anne Arundel Community College, students can receive the training that they will need to pursue a career in the healthcare industry. One program is not a letter of recognition program, which consists of 6 credit hours and this option can be taken during the summer. For students that would like a letter of recognition, they can take the 8 credit hour program in the fall or spring semester. Topics covered include: venipuncture theory and techniques, terminology, introduction to standard hospital tests, concepts of cardiovascular anatomy and physiology, and more.

In order to apply, students must be at least 18 years of age, attend a phlebotomy orientation seminar, complete a criminal background check, obtain current CPR certification, and more. For more information regarding both options, you can visit the school site to learn more.



Carroll Community College

Programs Offered: Phlebotomy Technician Training Program

Location: 1601 Washington Road Westminster, MD 21157

Carroll Community College offers a phlebotomy training program that is designed to prepare students for entry-level employment in the medical field. Upon the successful completion of this training, students will be qualified to take a national certification exam.

Some courses that must be completed are: Professional Preparation in Healthcare, Phlebotomy Technician Training 1: Theory, Phlebotomy Technician Training 2 and 3: Clinical, and more. In order to qualify for employment, students must be at least 18 years of age, and in addition, students may practice drawing blood on each other.

The total cost of this program will not cover the additional fees for textbook, background check fees, applicable licensing fees, etc. If you would like more information regarding the application process, or the program itself, you can visit the site to learn more.



Chesapeake College

Programs Offered: Phlebotomy Letter of Recognition Program

Location: P.O. Box 8 Wye Mills, MD 21679

Chesapeake College offers a phlebotomy training program that is designed to prepare students for a career as a phlebotomist; however admission is limited depending upon the availability of clinical sites. The phlebotomy program offered here is offered during the fall semester and will require attendance at least two evenings per week. The phlebotomy practicum and Phlebotomy 2 are offered during the spring semester.

Upon the successful completion of this training, students become eligible to sit for a national certification exam which can further improve their employability.

In order to be accepted into this program, students must be CPR certified, and in addition, they must have proof of all of the required immunizations which include: Tuberculosis test results, Hepatitis B and tetanus. For more information regarding admissions requirements and the program itself, you can visit the site to view the program brochure.



College of Southern Maryland

Programs Offered: Phlebotomy Technician Training Program

Location: 8730 Mitchell Road PO Box 910 La Plata, MD 20646-0910

The College of Southern Maryland offers a phlebotomy training program that is designed to prepare students for a career in the medical field in less than a year. The curriculum is divided into a phlebotomy classroom training portion and a phlebotomy practicum during which time students can utilize the skills that they have learned in a functioning medical facility.

The classroom portion of training consists of 60 class hours and the practicum portion can be completed in 90 class hours. Before beginning the practicum, all individuals must have an active American Heart Association Basic Life Support certification or complete HTH 6650.

For more information regarding the program itself or the college, you can visit the school site to learn more.



Doctor’s Help

Programs Offered: Phlebotomy Training Workshops

Location: Southern MD-Gateway East Medical Building-6188 Oxon Hill Road National Harbor, MD 20745
Baltimore- Saint Agnes Hospital Medical Center-3455 Wilkens Ave Baltimore, MD 21229


Doctor’s Help offers training workshops in a variety of healthcare skills, one of which is the phlebotomy training program that is offered in National Harbor and Baltimore. The training will last approximately four to five weeks and there are only ten spaces available for each workshop. There are registration fees as well as workshop fees, however you can choose a payment plan option if you need the assistance.

Doctor’s help also offers help with skills such as resume development, job search counseling, interviewing techniques, medical billing services, and more so students can receive guidance and skills as they begin searching for employment in the field.

The site offers an upcoming schedule as well as contact information, so if you would like to learn more regarding the training or admissions process, you can visit the site to do so.



Frederick Community College

Programs Offered: Phlebotomy Technician Training Program

Location: 7932 Opposumtown Pike Frederick, MD 21702

Frederick Community College offers a phlebotomy training program that is designed to prepare students for a national certification exam, as well as employment in the healthcare industry. The curriculum teaches: the proper methods for collecting blood specimens from clients, all aspects related to blood collection while developing comprehensive skills to perform venipunctures completely and safely, anatomy and physiology, and more.

It is recommended that applicants have their own health insurance and if they do not, students will be responsible for any medical fees that may arise from this program. Additionally, the required health forms can be accessed on the school website, which include: the form for a physical examination (which must be completed by a medical professional), the decision sheet to submit to invasive procedures, and more.



Gandhi Health Career Services

Programs Offered: Phlebotomy Technician Training

Location: 1515 Reisterstown, RD Suite 310, Pikesville, MD 21208



Hagerstown Community College

Programs Offered: Phlebotomy Training Certificate Program

Location: 11400 Robinwood Drive Hagerstown, MD 21742

At Hagerstown Community College students can receive the training that they will need to pursue a career in the medical field. Students will be required to maintain a grade of C in all required courses in order to complete training and they will also be required to attend a non-compensated externship during which time they will work in an actual medical setting. Students that successfully complete the program will become eligible to sit for a national certification exam. Keep in mind though, that in order to sit for a national certification exam, students must have proof of a high school diploma or GED.

The total program consists of 15 total credits and includes course such as: Introduction to Information Technology, Medical Terminology, Phlebotomy, and a Phlebotomy Clinical Externship.




Harford Community College

Programs Offered: Phlebotomy Technician Training Program

Location: 401 Thomas Run Road Bel Air, MD

Harford Community College offers a phlebotomy training program that can prepare students for a career in the healthcare industry. The required courses in this option include: Healthcare Provider CPR, HIPAA, Confidentiality, and Ethics, Human Anatomy and Physiology, Introduction to Personal Computer, Medical Terminology, Venipuncture and Specimen Collection, and more. Before registering for the Venipuncture and Specimen Collection portions of training, students must complete the required prerequisites.

There is an individual tuition list on the school site where you can view the individual prices for each required class and portion of the training. The Venipuncture and Specimen Collection Clinical costs $395.00, the required computer course costs $175.00, and the remaining classes are also listed. This course is designed to provide students with the skills that they will need to sit for a national certification exam which can further improve their employability.



Kaplan University

Programs Offered: Phlebotomist Certificate Training Program

Location: 18618 Crestwood Drive Hagerstown, MD 21742

At Kaplan University, students can complete a phlebotomist training certificate program which is designed to provide students with the skill set that they will need to pursue a career in the healthcare industry. The certificate consists of 45 required credits and 45 total credits.

Some courses included in this curriculum include: Medical Law and Bioethics, Diseases of the Human Body, Medical Terminology, Phlebotomy Lab, Phlebotomy Externship, and more. There are some available scholarships and grants that can help students pay for their training.

On the school site, you can view upcoming program start dates, curriculum information, and more. If you would like to learn more, you can visit the site to view all of the program information provided by the University.



Montgomery College

Programs Offered: Phlebotomy Technician Training Program

Location: Takoma Park/ Silver Spring Campus Health Sciences Institute 7977 Georgia Avenue Silver Spring, MD 20910

Montgomery College offers a phlebotomy training program that can prepare students for a career in the medical field. The curriculum is designed specifically for career training and it is expected that graduates of the program will be prepared for entry-level employment as a phlebotomist. Additionally, upon the completion of training, students become eligible to sit for a national certification exam.

The curriculum is divided into a classroom portion and a clinical portion. The tuition of both options is approximately $1,950.00 and the classroom portion is typically offered two nights a week. Additionally, applicants must have proof of all of the required immunizations.

To view a list of any possible prerequisites, a link for more information regarding certification, the curriculum, and more, you can visit the school site to learn more.



Prince George’s Community College

Programs Offered: Phlebotomy Technician Training Program

Location: 301 Largo Road Largo, MD 20774-2199

Prince George’s Community College offers a phlebotomy training program that is designed to help students prepare for a career in the healthcare industry. The curriculum covers topics such as: labeling and storing blood containers for processing, assembling equipment (such as needles, blood collection, devices, and more), verifying records that identify a patient and communicating with patients, how to take vital signs, and more.

The phlebotomy program is a non-credit training option so it can be a good choice for individuals that would like a training program that is designed for career skill training. Financial aid can be available for those that need the assistance. If you would like to learn more, you can visit the school site to view the entire list of program schedules and upcoming classes.



Stein Academy

Programs Offered: Phlebotomy Technician Training Program

Location: 600 Reisterstown Rd Baltimore, MD 21208

Stein Academy offers a phlebotomy training program that is designed to provide students with the skill set that they will need to obtain entry-level employment in the healthcare industry. Stein Academy is an approved and accredited post-secondary health, technology and career training school.

Students that have a GED or high school diploma, or a college degree from an English speaking university will not be required to take entry exams, but all others that do not satisfy these requirements will need to take preliminary exams to get accepted into the school. The tuition of this option is approximately $1,025.00; however these fees do not cover books and uniforms. This can be paid by company check, money order, certified check, credit/debit cards, and more.



Wor-Wic Community College

Programs Offered: Phlebotomy Workforce Training

Location: 32000 Campus Drive Salisbury, MD 21804

At Wor-Wic Community College students can obtain the skill set that they will need to pursue a career in the medical field. There are three different skill training portions, one of which is clinical rotation during which time students can utilize the skills that they have learned in a functioning medical environment. In order to be accepted, students should have a high school diploma or GED and before enrolling in the clinical rotation, individuals must have proof of all required immunizations.

The full program brochure is available on the school site and you can also obtain admissions information and upcoming program schedules. Additionally, this college also offers a phlebotomy skills review and certification exam so students that have completed all three portions of the program can take the test and if they become certified they can increase their employability.



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