Phlebotomists work primarily in hospitals, medical offices, and laboratories and most commonly draw blood samples from patients for testing and diagnosing medical conditions.  While third-party certification is not a requirement in Vermont for drawing blood, this certification shows employers that a person has a higher level of education and training and can help improve employment opportunities and advancement.  Certification is currently available through either the National Healthcare Association or the American Medical Certification Association.

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Locations offering Phlebotomy training and certification:

Essex:                    Center for Technology
Middlebury:        Hannaford Career Center
Rutland:              Stafford Technical Center
St. Albans:          Northwest Career & Technical Center

 

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