This program is offered at the Phoenix, Tempe, and Tucson campuses.
Welcome to the Brookline College Phlebotomy Technician Diploma Program. Congratulations on your decision to explore the rewarding career path of phlebotomy! At Brookline, we believe that this line of work requires a fundamental knowledge of both theoretical background, as well as clinical practices, so our students get trained in each of these aspects of the occupation. This will ensure they are the most marketable and valuable to potential employers upon graduation.
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What will you learn at Brookline?
The Phlebotomy Technician Program at Brookline College is designed to prepare you to obtain blood specimens from patients for the purpose of testing and analyzing. The phlebotomy technician works in a drawing station, clinics or medical laboratory or under the direction of the laboratory supervisor. The job requires manual dexterity and additional skills in communication and clerical duties. Upon satisfactory completion of the program, the students are qualified for entry-level positions and to take a national certification examination. Students in the program study topics that include: primary healthcare concepts, phlebotomy procedures, medical office administration and safety and infection control, among other courses. Click here to view our catalog.
Brookline aims at giving students experience in a variety of classroom and procedural capacities, ensuring they receive the most well rounded Diploma education available. Our phlebotomy lab contains congruent materials and equipment that you will be using on the job. Additionally, our program includes an externship where you will have the opportunity to act as a phlebotomy technician first hand, working closely with patients, doctors, nurses and other healthcare personnel.
Upon graduation, you will have the foundation to contribute to your employer in the areas of:
The Outlook for Phlebotomy Technicians
According to the O*Net Resource Center, the nation’s primary source for occupational information, graduates in this field may expect duties to include, but not limited, drawing blood for tests, transfusions, donations, or research. The technician may also explain the procedure to patients and assist in the recovery of patients with adverse reactions*
Starting your Career!
Graduates will also have the opportunity to use their skills and knowledge in such environments as hospitals, physician’s offices, clinics, traveling phlebotomy services and fixed lab servicing companies.
Additionally, our dedicated career services department as well as our network in the local community will ensure that you receive every available opportunity to interview for and attain the right job to move your career field.
Brookline College Phoenix Campus
2445 W. Dunlap Avenue, Suite 100
Phoenix, AZ 85021-5820
Phone: (602) 242-6265
Toll Free: 1-800-793-2428
Brookline College Tempe Campus
1140-1150 S. Priest Drive
Tempe, AZ 85281
Phone: (480) 545-8755
Fax: (480) 926-1371
Toll Free: 1-888-886-2428
Brookline College Tucson Campus
5441 E. 22nd Street, Suite 125
Tucson, AZ 85711-5444
Phone: (520) 748-9799
Fax: (520) 748-9355
Toll Free: 1-888-292-2428
Phlebotomy Technician Diploma
CIP code: 51.1009
NET-SOC code: 31-9097.00
O*NET web link: http://www.onetonline.org/link/summary/31-9097.00
Student Achievement*-Placement – 7/01/2011-6/30/2012: 50.00%
Student Achievement*-On-Time Graduation Rate – 7/01/2011 -6/30/2012: 54.90%
Median Loan Debt Title IV: $9,500.00
Median Loan Debt Private: $0.00
Median Loan Debt Institutional: $0.00
*Student Achievement Definition: ACICS placement rates are calculated as follows: (Students Placed in Field + Students Placed in Related Field) / (Graduates – Students Unavailable for Work) between 7/01/2011 – 6/30/12 (placements permitted up to November 1st 2012). On-time graduate rates are defined as the percent of students who enrolled in a program that completed within 100% of the scheduled program length during the most recent award year of 7/01/2011 – 6/30/2012.