Program Mission: The Chesapeake College Phlebotomy Program is designed to prepare students for the American Society for Clinical Pathology (ASCP) Certification, and for employment as hospital phlebotomists or in any profession that employs phlebotomists.
Tour our state-of-the-art Simulation Phlebotomy Lab
Our Phlebotomy Program boasts a streamlined process for becoming a licensed phlebotomist. Students who are admitted to the program are able to complete the coursework, clinical experience and sit for the national exam in just one semester. If you require further information about the program please contact either myself or our Health Professions advisor, Lorraine Holden (contact information provided below).
Dr. Carol Wilson-Robbins
(410)822-5400, ext. 2363
Application deadline was November 15, 2017 to register for the Spring 2018 class.
Stay tuned for the application for our Fall 2018 class
Phlebotomy Information Letter
Phlebotomy Spring 2018 Course Schedule and Pricing information
Enrollment in this curriculum is limited by the availability of clinical facilities. Students MUST have a GED of high school diploma to enter the Phlebotomy program and live in the college's 5 county service region. Students should consult with the College's Admissions Office or the Nursing and Allied Health Advisor in planning an appropriate program.
For More Information, Contact:
Ms. Lorraine Holden, Academic and Career Advisor/Health Professions
Dorchester Building, Room D-152
410-822-5400, ext. 2203
Note: This program has been approved for funding under the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA). For more information, contact the Upper Shore Workforce Investment Board at: 410-822-1716. Funding approval takes at least two months so applicants must begin the process immediately upon notification of acceptance into the program.