Program Overview

Our Phlebotomy Technician program is designed to teach the knowledge in technical and procedural aspects of basic phlebotomy, including the collection of blood specimens and venipuncture required to become a Phlebotomy Technician. The Phlebotomy Technician program includes theory and hands-on instruction. The program will teach students the concepts of Introduction to Phlebotomy & Infection Control, Legal Issues in Healthcare, Introduction to Human Anatomy & Physiology, Phlebotomy Equipment & Supplies, Phlebotomy Procedures, and Phlebotomy Fundamental Essentials. This program is designed for learners who want to advance their career, or interested in starting a career in the medical field to become a phlebotomy technician. This is a comprehensive 80-hour program. This program is great for those who live in and around Stamford, CT/Port Chester, NY/ Norwalk, CT/ New Haven, CT/ and Hamden, CT.

Our Phlebotomy program is the ONLY 2-week program in all of Fairfield County and New Haven County.

Who Should Attend?

Northeast Medical Institute’s Phlebotomy course is designed for those seeking employment as a Phlebotomist or those looking to advance in their nurse’s aide career. We highly recommend:

  • High School Seniors/College Students (or those who just graduated High School)
    We recommend you get clinical experience before spending thousands at a college to become an RN or LPN without knowing if the medical field is for you.
  • Individuals seeking a Career Change
    Are you looking to change your career and want to get your foot in the door in the medical field? Our Phlebotomy program can start you out in the right direction to gain invaluable experience as a Phlebotomist.
  • Unemployed Individuals
    Are you unemployed and need to make money to pay bills that are piling up? You may qualify for WIOA or even our 6-month financing program! Contact us today to learn more.

What Does a Phlebotomist Do?

  • Collect blood samples from patients
  • Practice proper patient identification, especially when working on hospital floors
  • Label vials with patient names and dates
  • Evaluate patients’ ability to withstand the procedure
  • Explain blood-drawing procedure to patients and answer questions
  • Perform basic point of care testing, such as blood glucose levels
  • Prepare blood, urine and other specimens for testing
  • Verify patient/donor identity
  • Maintain medical equipment such as needles, test tubes, and blood vials

Training Topics Include, But Are Not Limited To

  • Introduction to Phlebotomy & Infection Control
  • Legal Issues in Healthcare
  • Introduction to Human Anatomy & Physiology
  • Medical Terminology
  • Phlebotomy Equipment & Supplies
  • Phlebotomy Procedures I & II
  • Phlebotomy Fundamental Essentials