N.A.P.T.P.

Welcome to the National Association of Phlebotomy Technician Professionals

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We are very proud of our phlebotomists who have passed the NAPTP Exam.  Please see their certification numbers to verify their status.

NAPTP Successful Candidates

Certification # NATPT201314630 (Allen)

Certification # NATPT201314630 (Montgomery)

Certification # NATPT201314630 (Hess)

Certification NATPT201315630(Lanaeu)

Certification # NATPT2013624630 (Prentice)

Certification # NATPT203319630 (Jaleweki)

Certification # NATPT2013146631 (Zetteni)

Certification # NAPTP 2391835204 (Beach)

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Phlebotomy Code of ethics going to Washington

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We are currently working with legislature to help bring about a law so that phlebotomists not only will be required to licensed but will also have a code of ethics.

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About Us

Established in 1998

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The NAPTP was formed to help establish accepted guidelines and procedures to promote patient safety

Code of Ethics

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The NAPTP believes that every phlebotomist needs a code of ethics to guide them in upholding patient safety to the highest level and increase knowledge of theprofession. 

Scope of Practice

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Having a scope of practice assists the phlebotomist in knowing what they can and cannot do, thereby preventing events in which can make them liable. 

Theory and Practice

Dedication to the advancement of phlebotomy

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Nationally Certify

Prior Experience in Phlebotomy

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The first step in certification

Clinical Laboratory Science

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Experience in Point of Care Testing

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