Accurate test results begin with you.
As a phlebotomist, you’ll be counted on for specialized, life-saving work — work that will bring you face-to-face with patients in a moment of need, and with individuals who care about helping others. Your work will involve obtaining blood for testing, donation, and research. ACC’s one-semester Phlebotomy Technician Institutional Certificate is one of only two nationally accredited programs in the state and includes expert classroom instruction, practice in a student laboratory, and clinical rotations in a variety of health care settings.
With an expertise in the methods and practices of collecting blood, plus the theory and principles of of laboratory testing, you’ll be qualified to fill a vital role in hospitals, clinics, doctors' offices, out-patient drawing centers, blood donation centers, and clinical trial research laboratories. You could also build on your education by going on to complete ACC’s two-year Associate of Applied Science degree in Medical Laboratory Technology.