Learn an in-demand health-care skill
Phlebotomists are trained to draw blood samples from people of all ages for medical tests and blood donations. The Phlebotomy program at Harper College trains students in the techniques, procedures, and safety precautions for drawing blood. Students will develop skills in performing phlebotomy procedures during on campus training followed by a clinical practicum during which students spend eight hours a day, five days a week for three weeks (120 hours) at a clinical site during the daytime shift.
This 8-credit-hour certificate prepares students for immediate entry into a career as a phlebotomist at a hospital, commercial laboratory, clinic, blood bank or other health care setting.
The Phlebotomy Certificate program is offered at both Harper's main campus in Palatine as well as the Learning and Career Center (LCC) in Prospect Heights, Illinois.
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The program is approved by the National Accrediting Agency for Clinical Laboratory
5600 N. River Rd, Suite 720 Rosemont, IL 60018-5119
- Catalog Course Descriptions
- Clinical / Health Requirements
- COVID Vaccine Requirement
- Frequently Asked Questions
- Mission and Outcomes
- Phlebotomy Careers
- Phlebotomy Student Handbook (.pdf)
- Phlebotomy Clinical Handbook (.pdf)
- Student Organizations
- Job Placement Resource Center
For more information about starting your phlebotomy education at Harper, please contact Admissions Outreach at 847.925.6700 or fill out our request information form.