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4 New Hampshire Phlebotomy Training Programs
American Red Cross

Programs Offered: Phlebotomy Certificate Training







Location: Concord (2 Maitland Street, Concord, NH 03301)

The American Red Cross in Concord, New Hampshire, offers a Phlebotomy Certificate Training Program for those who are interested in working in the medical field as a Phlebotomist.
This training program will include lectures, class discussions, videos and visual aids to provide students with theoretical, practical and inter-personal skills that are necessary for an entry-level career as a Phlebotomist. Students will be enabled to draw blood and specimens for analysis and testing. Students will also complete an externship on the facility. Courses for this program include anatomy and physiology, medical terminology, laboratory specimen collection, analysis and equipment and safety and legal issues.
Those who wish to join this program must have a high school diploma or GED and be in good physical and mental health. The program offers both daytime and evening classes.



River Valley Community College

Programs Offered: Phlebotomy Certification

Location: Claremont (1 College Drive, Claremont, NH 03743)

River Valley Community College offers a program that will lead to a Certificate of Completion in Phlebotomy.
This is a six credit program that includes classroom instruction as well as a Phlebotomy Internship. This internship is a total of 120 hours that will be completed on weekdays in a clinical laboratory or similar health care facility. Through classroom instruction and internship hours, individuals will be prepared to correctly draw blood specimens that are necessary for testing and analyzing. They will also be prepared to work with mechanical and computerized medical equipment as well as gain knowledge of basic medical terminology.
Upon successful completion of this program, students will be eligible to sit for the national certification examination and are qualified for immediate employment.



The Salter School of Nursing & Allied Health

Programs Offered: Phlebotomy Program

Location: Manchester (60 Rogers Street, Manchester, NH 03103)

The Salter School of Nursing and Allied Health, located in Manchester, New Hampshire, offers a phlebotomy program that is approved by the National Healthcare Association. This program will prepare individuals to work as certified phlebotomists in medical labs or similar settings.
Students who enroll in this program will be trained in the accuracy of drawing blood specimens from patients for laboratory analyzing and testing. Students will gain classroom instruction, hands-on laboratory experiences and a clinical practice.
The phlebotomy program at The Salter School can be completed in 13 weeks for those who take a maximum of 4 classes per week. These classes are offered both during the day and night. Students who successfully complete this program will eligible to sit for the NHA examination.



White Mountains Community College

Programs Offered: Phlebotomy Certification

Location: Berlin (2020 Riverside Drive, Berlin, NH 03570)

White Mountains Community College offers a Phlebotomy Certification program. This program will prepare students to take the standard precautions needed as a phlebotomist, perform venipuncture and capillary puncture as well as obtain specimens for microbiological testing. This program will also prepare students to sit for the national certification examination to become certified as a professional phlebotomist in the state of New Hampshire.
This Phlebotomy program is a 7 credit program. The program is completed over a two semester period. During the fall semester students will complete 4 credit hours of classroom and lecture experiences as well as laboratory practices. During the spring semester, students will complete a field internship in a nearby clinical environment. This internship will be a total of 120 hours.



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