"The most important thing I learned is that soldiers watch what their leaders do. You can give them classes and lecture them forever, but it is your personal example they will follow."- General Colin Powell
We understand that by joining the military you make big sacrifices for the good of their country -- not only do you have to leave your families periods of time but also fight and put your lives on the line to protect us. That is why whether your active duty or a military service members transitioning into a civilian job, we look forward to assisting.
As members of the allied health community, we are in a unique position to do this. The military provides you with adequate training to transition into the medcial field. As an active duty military service members you have superb leadership, communication and teamwork skills making you a great fit for Phlebotomy.
You must contact your service branch benefits program office. You program officer with assist you with determing which benefits you can apply for. Please review the eligibility requirements below to find out how to qualify for one of our certification programs. You may also find the information in our National Phlebotomy Association Handbook.