Phlebotomy Program FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

Critical Care Training Center is proud of offer Accelerated Phlebotomy Program throughout Los Angeles, North Hollywood, Glendale, Burbank and beyond.  Phlebotomy Program is an accelerated program designed for individuals who are interested in working in hospital settings, clinics, laboratories, etc.

Upon completion of the Accelerated Phlebotomy program individuals will be eligible to take the NHA (National Healthcare Association) exam.  Upon successful completion of the NHA Exam participant will be scheduled for their Clinical Rotation to complete state of California required 40 hours of clinical experience.  Critical Care Training Center contracts with number of hospital settings to provide you with the best clinical experience possible.

Critical Care Training Center is the largest training provider in Southern California providing healthcare educational services for over 2,500 healthcare providers and facilities each month throughout California such as: North Hollywood, Glendale, Burbank, Los Angeles, Sherman Oaks, Studio City and beyond.  Upon successfully completing the Didactic portion of the Phlebotomy Program (40 hours), passing the NHA Exam (CCTC is an Certified Test Center) and lastly completing your CDPH required 40 hours of clinical rotation Critical Care Training Center will work with you for job placement.  We at Critical Care Training Center take pride in working with some of the most reputable healthcare organizations throughout California.

Course Fee $1,299 includes:

  • Registration Fee
  • Course Content
  • CPR Certificate
  • Uniforms


Below are some frequently asked questions and answers about our Phlebotomy program. You are more than welcome to call us at 818.766.1111 or send us an email if you can’t find an answer to your question.

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What does a Phlebotomy Technician do?

A Phlebotomy Technician is responsible for drawing quality blood samples from patients or donors. They also prepare blood samples for medical testing.

What is it like working as a Phlebotomy Technician?

As a Phlebotomy Tech, you will play a key role in both the patient experience and the facility’s medical team. Many patients experience fear and anxiety during blood draws, so the Phlebotomy Technician can help ease the patient’s worry and make them feel more comfortable

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