Phlebotomy Technician I


Join the Respected Medical Profession as a Phlebotomy Technician at U.S. Colleges Phlebotomy Training Schools in Riverside, San Diego, Montclair, and Anaheim


Get a Rewarding Career Helping Others in as little as 2 Months

If you’re interested in the Medical field, but don’t have the time (or money!) for Medical school, a career as a Phlebotomy Technician could be just what you’re looking for. Or if you wish to pursue a medical career in nursing, physician assistant or as a medical doctor, you could be earning a great income while attaining your ultimate career goals as well as practicing skills that enhance your medical career.

Work Directly with Patients

As a Phlebotomy Technician you’re the face of the Medical Laboratory. Often you’ll be one of the only individuals at a Medical Lab that a patient interacts with. Your primary responsibility in this job is to collect blood samples from patients by venipuncture (from a vein.) You will also be obtaining some samples by finger/or heel punctures.

Your calm, professional demeanor will put patients at ease and your professional skills will ensure everyone’s safety. Your efforts as a Phlebotomy Technician will contribute to the health and wellness of the individuals you interact with on a daily basis.

Imagine knowing the work you do helps to diagnose and treat illness and contributes to the health and well-being of your community.

College Locations

Phlebotomy training school in Riverside
Phlebotomy training school in San Diego
Phlebotomy training school in Anaheim
Phlebotomy training school in Montclair

Rising Need for Trained Phlebotomy Technicians

Today’s Health Care industry is booming and Phlebotomy Technicians are in high-demand. Vacancies have increased significantly as many places need to hire three shifts of technicians. That means terrific career opportunities for you as a new Phlebotomy Technician. Now is a great time to enter this rewarding field.  Our phlebotomy schools are located in Riverside, Montclair, Anaheim, and San Diego


Successful graduates of this course are performing this rewarding work in Clinical Laboratories, Hospitals, Clinics, Medical Groups and Physicians’ Offices.


Course Details
In the Phlebotomy 1 Course you will complete 40 hours of lecture and 40 hours of mandatory externship. During the externship you’ll receive hands-on practical instruction in Phlebotomy. You’ll make a smooth transition from phlebotomy training into the professional medical workplace after training on-the-job like this. Employers will be impressed with how confidently and competently you approach the work and your experience will give you an advantage over the job-hunting competition.