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Phlebotomist School in New Hampshire - NH

The state of New Hampshire has several choices for earning a formal training. There are a variety of New Hampshire phlebotomy schools. Programs vary from a minimum of four weeks to a two-year associate program.  Some of the lessons taught in these programs are types of blood drawing places on the body where blood can be drawn, the differences in drawing blood from adults and in drawing blood from infants and children, legal aspects of the job, and safe practices.

The American Red Cross West Chapter in New Hampshire also offers programs, which train technicians to work at ARC Blood Banks.  Technicians learn how to interview people to determine if they are eligible to donate blood, how to safely collect blood, and how to accurately label the blood and safely store and ship it. Training includes lectures, class discussion, some general anatomy/physiology education, and medical terminology. The ARC training also makes graduates eligible for the NHA exam for national phlebotomy certification.

New Hampshire’s Community College System offers certification in Phlebotomy at three of its locations. Those interested should pay careful attention to the admission standards. In addition to the general admissions requirements – high school diploma or equivalency exam, completed application form and fee, placement exam, recommendations from high school or employer, official transcript of any other secondary education, health survey, and possibly a physical exam – Phlebotomy students must meet several additional requirements. 

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Through campus based and online programs, aspiring Phlebotomists in Manchester, Nashua, East Concord, Concord and Derry Village, New Hampshire may be able to prepare themselves for the possibility of employment in some of the largest hospitals and healthcare facilities in the state including the Concord Hospital, Wentworth Douglas Hospital, Catholic Medical Center and Cheshire Medical Center.

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