Phlebotomy Technician

Phlebotomy Technician

Graduates in this program are prepared for the Phlebotomy Board of Certification exam. States that do not require state licensure and certification (e.g. Minnesota and North Dakota) are determined as meeting state licensure requirements. Please note, most employers do strongly recommend the training program and certification, so it is encouraged you inquire with an employer at the time of application to ask what their policy is.

To learn more about certification requirements, visit National Phlebotomy Certification Exam (NPCE).

State State Licensing Board or Department State Licensing Requirements Notes
Alabama N/A Meets Does not require licensure and certification, but does require accredited training.
Alaska N/A Meets Does not require licensure and certification, but does require accredited training.
American Samoa   Not determined  
Arizona N/A Meets Does not require licensure and certification, but does require accredited training.
Arkansas N/A Meets Does not require licensure and certification, but does require accredited training.
California California Department of Health Does not meet Certification and licensure required in this state.
Colorado Colorado Department of Regulatory Agencies Does not meet Certification and licensure required in this state.
Connecticut N/A Meets Does not require licensure and certification, but does require accredited training.
Delaware N/A Meets Does not require licensure and certification, but does require accredited training.
District of Columbia   Not determined  
Florida N/A Meets Does not require licensure and certification, but does require accredited training.
Georgia N/A Meets This state does not require state licensure, therefore it meets state requirements.
Guam   Not determined  
Hawaii N/A Meets Does not require licensure and certification, but does require accredited training.
Idaho N/A Meets Does not require licensure and certification, but does require accredited training.
Illinois N/A Meets Does not require licensure and certification, but does require accredited training.
Indiana N/A Meets Does not require licensure and certification, but does require accredited training.
Iowa N/A Meets This state does not require state licensure, therefore it meets state requirements.
Kansas N/A Meets This state does not require state licensure, therefore it meets state requirements.
Kentucky N/A Meets Does not require licensure and certification, but does require accredited training.
Louisiana Louisiana State Board of Medical Examiners Does not meet Certification and licensure required in this state.
Maine N/A Meets Does not require licensure and certification, but does require accredited training.
Maryland N/A Meets This state does not require state licensure, therefore it meets state requirements.
Massachusetts N/A Meets This state does not require state licensure, therefore it meets state requirements.
Michigan N/A Meets This state does not require state licensure, therefore it meets state requirements.
Minnesota N/A Meets This state does not require state licensure, therefore it meets state requirements.
Mississippi N/A Meets This state does not require state licensure, therefore it meets state requirements.
Missouri N/A Meets This state does not require state licensure, therefore it meets state requirements.
Montana N/A Meets This state does not require state licensure, therefore it meets state requirements.
Nebraska N/A Meets This state does not require state licensure, therefore it meets state requirements.
Nevada Nevada Division of Public and Behavioral Health (DPBH) Does not meet Certification and licensure required in this state.
New Hampshire N/A Meets Does not require licensure and certification, but does require accredited training.
New Jersey N/A Meets This state does not require state licensure, therefore it meets state requirements.
New Mexico N/A Meets This state does not require state licensure, therefore it meets state requirements.
New York N/A Meets This state does not require state licensure, therefore it meets state requirements.
North Carolina N/A Meets This state does not require state licensure, therefore it meets state requirements.
North Dakota N/A Meets This state does not require state licensure, therefore it meets state requirements.
Northern Mariana Islands   Not determined  
Ohio N/A Meets This state does not require state licensure, therefore it meets state requirements.
Oklahoma N/A Meets Does not require licensure and certification, but does require accredited training.
Oregon N/A Meets This state does not require state licensure, therefore it meets state requirements.
Pennsylvania N/A Meets This state does not require state licensure, therefore it meets state requirements.
Puerto Rico   Not determined  
Rhode Island N/A Meets This state does not require state licensure, therefore it meets state requirements.
South Carolina N/A Meets This state does not require state licensure, therefore it meets state requirements.
South Dakota N/A Meets This state does not require state licensure, therefore it meets state requirements.
Tennessee N/A Meets Does not require licensure and certification, but does require accredited training.
Texas N/A Meets This state does not require state licensure, therefore it meets state requirements.
US Virgin Islands   Not determined  
Utah N/A Meets This state does not require state licensure, therefore it meets state requirements.
Vermont N/A Meets This state does not require state licensure, therefore it meets state requirements.
Virginia N/A Meets This state does not require state licensure, therefore it meets state requirements.
Washington Washington State Department of Health Does not meet Certification required in this state.
West Virginia N/A Meets This state does not require state licensure, therefore it meets state requirements.
Wisconsin N/A Meets This state does not require state licensure, therefore it meets state requirements.
Wyoming N/A Meets This state does not require state licensure, therefore it meets state requirements.

Disclaimer: The college makes every effort to ensure the information above is current, but please be advised that state laws, regulations and policies may change at any time. It is the responsibility of the student completing the licensure program to check with the licensing board(s) in their state of residence or in the state in which they intend to obtain a license for the most recent information and requirements. M State shall not be held liable if a student is unable to qualify for licensure or certification in any jurisdiction or cannot obtain a practicum/internship location.

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