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Phlebotomy Certificate - Liston Campus only

Program & Course Descriptions

This is a part-time, two-semester certificate program which is offered starting:

Fall semester at
 Liston (Providence) campus Evening  program

Fall and Spring semesters at
Liston (Providence) campus Day program

Description of Profession

A phlebotomist is an important member of the healthcare team.  Phlebotomists obtain blood specimens by venipuncture and skin puncture.  Phlebotomists work closely with patients and other healthcare professionals.  Phlebotomists are trained to perform ECGs, point of care testing, medical coding, computer information tasks, and specimen processing.


Debra St. Pierre 
Program Director 

Career Information

BLS Occupational Outlook - Phlebotomists

Professional Links

ASCP American Society for Clinical Pathology

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Last Updated: 9/13/16