According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics phlebotomy jobs will grow 27 percent between 2012-2022
Do you have a desire to help people? If you enjoy close attention to detail and the ability to multitask in hospitals, clinics, blood banks, and laboratories then our Phlebotomy Program will prepare you for the skills needed for successful employment as a phlebotomist.
Seattle Vocational Institute’s (SVI) Phlebotomy Program is dedicated to presenting students with a wide-ranging skillset in a practical, professional manner. Our students will learn the skills needed to become a capable practitioner in the field of phlebotomy.
Further, our students will be trained in the use and application of electrocardiograms (ECGs), as the Washington State certification requires all phlebotomists to be proficient with this important piece of medical equipment.
A typical day on the job includes: Making sure a patient is calm and comfortable and safely drawing their blood for various lab tests and procedures.
Our Program Includes:
- Daily phlebotomy functions
- Patient rights
- Patient consent
- Specimen custody
- Point of care testing
- Medical terminology
- Anatomy and physiology
- Venipuncture procedures and practices
SVI’s Phlebotomy Program is a two quarter evening program. In order to be admitted into the program, you must have a GED® or high school diploma.
Upon completion of the program, students will receive a certificate in Phlebotomy. Enrollment is limited to 25 students per class.