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Phlebotomy Technician

Phlebotomy Technician Training at New York Institute of Medical Careers is a Nationally Certified Program. This Phlebotomy Class is offered as an accelerated training for 2 weeks only and is entirely attended in-person and is available to students from Queens, Brooklyn, Bronx, and Manhattan, NY as well as all neighboring areas.

Students will acquire complete hands-on training with professional medical equipment.

Upon successful completion, the students will receive a graduation certificate and will be qualified to take National Certification Exam.

Phlebotomy Technicians obtain blood and other specimens as ordered by a licensed health care provider, label the specimen collection tubes with patient's name and DOB, time of collection, collection source, etc..

The school proudly stands at 99% passing rate for NHA (National Certification Exam) and a 96% school graduation rate. The school encourages and supports its graduates in obtaining professional excellence in their field of work, through numerous employment opportunities.




  • Introduction to Phlebotomy

  • Phlebotomy Basics / Anatomy and Physiology

  • Professional and Legal Issues of Phlebotomy

  • Procedures and Equipment for Specimen and Blood Collection

  • Specimen Handling/ Safety Procedures

  • Phlebotomy Skills and Competency Checklist



Mornings (Full Time): Monday to Friday, (2 weeks)

Start Date: July 29th, 2024 (Accelerated)

Limited Seats. Enroll Today!

Weekends: Saturdays only, (6 weeks) (Starts: 9:00 am)

Start Date: July 20th, 2024

Limited Seats. Enroll Today!

What Our Students Say

Patient with Healthcare Nurse

Chex Brairton - Phlebotomy Student

"Thank you so much Dr. Z, and everone in the staff. I passed my national exam for patient care tech and I am very happy. It was great and the final class reviews were very helpful. I also cannot thank my cna instructor enough.. I feel very proud to be your student. The Phlebotomy internship was very informative and i have done about 25 and over sticks. I am very grateful for all your help. I will come back for the cpr class."
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