Phlebotomy Technician I

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Phlebotomy Technician I Program

In order to be admitted into Phlebotomy Technician I program, an applicant must do all of the following:

Step 1: Contact us!

You may fill out the form below, email us directly at, or call us at (714) 941-8224.

Once we have your contact information, you will receive an introductory email.

Step 2: What do we need from you?

Documents you will need, include proof of High School Diploma, GED or other high school equivalency examination, or college course work.

Step 3: Set up a meeting with an Admissions’ and Career Advisor.

During your time, your advisor will discuss and answer all your questions about the program, the state licensing requirements, as well as information about the medical field, including phlebotomy.

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Questions? Set up an appointment with your Admissions Representative today!

*Tuition and Fees vary by program and/or schedule.

For the most up-to-date tuition information, please call (714) 941-8224 to speak to an admissions representative.
Also see the the 2022-2023 Phlebotomy Technician I School Catalog for more information.


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