Graduates of the Phlebotomy Certificate program are immediately eligible for certification by the American Society of Clinical Pathology Board of Registry (ASCP) and the National Certification Agency for Clinical Laboratory Personnel (NCA), among others. Graduates wishing to take the ASCP examination should select “Route 2” as graduates of a structured phlebotomy program that meets the specifications for certification eligibility. The issuing of the Phlebotomy Certificate, however, is not contingent upon the students passing any type of external certifying or licensing examination. Information about certification is available from the program office.
The issuing of the Phlebotomy Certificate, however, is not contingent upon the students passing any type of external certifying or licensing examination.
NC-SARA is a set of agreements between member states, districts, and territories that establishes comparable national standards for interstate distance education program offerings. As a participating member of NC-SARA, SUNY Broome adheres to NC-SARA regulations to protect the integrity of its distance education program and to ensure consumers are protected.
Enrolled and prospective students are encouraged to contact their state licensure entity (if not practicing in New York) to review all licensure and certification requirements imposed by their state. Please read the State Authorization Reciprocity Disclosure for Professional Licensure and Certification (pdf) for details.