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NorDx Phlebotomy School

Phlebotomists are trained healthcare professionals who explain blood-drawing procedures and draw blood from patients for prescribed medical tests. The NorDx Phlebotomy School provides students with the clinical knowledge and skills necessary to become a certified Phlebotomist. This includes:

  • Learning the anatomy of the circulatory system
  • Clinical best practices
  • Safety and ethical standards
  • Customer service. 

Good to Know

  • Paid training with benefits
  • No prior experience or higher education required
  • Career growth opportunities

Admission Requirements

  • Completion of high school diploma or equivalent required

Details

  • Six week program with on-site training at NorDx locations
  • Upon successful course completion, students are guaranteed employment with NorDx and MaineHealth.
  • Upon hire, students are required to make an 18-month commitment to work for NorDx. 

For more information, please email us at: workforcedevelopment@mainehealth.org

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