Purpose: This program is to train and hire individuals for employment as phlebotomists at HNL Lab Medicine.
Upon completion of the program, students will be able to:
medical terminology as it relates to the laboratory
physiology of body systems
psycho-social considerations involved in the performance
of phlebotomy procedures on various age groups of
collection and specimen integrity in the delivery of patient care
methods, various types of additives used in collection tubes, and
special precautions necessary and substances that can interfere in clinical
analysis of blood constituents
examination. (Separate fee to take examination) Note: Proof of High School graduation through
graded transcripts sent directly to ASCP required.
Program length: The HNL Lab Medicine School of Phlebotomy Program consists of an 8-week session, typically from 8 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. This enables a student to complete at least
40 hours of classroom training and 100 hours of clinical hours at an HNL Lab Medicine Patient Service Center (PSC) to fulfill ASCP Certification examination requirements. In addition, 100 successful, unaided
blood collections are required to sit for the ASCP Phlebotomy Technician exam. A typically scheduled session could have up to 100 or more hours of lecture time, including review sessions and a minimum of
100 hours of clinical experience. Most students surpass the minimum of 100 successful, unaided blood collection requirements and are well prepared to obtain a phlebotomy position after completion.
Employment opportunities: Upon successful completion and at the discretion of HNL Lab Medicine, students will have employment with HNL Lab Medicine and the opportunity for job growth at a fast growing healthcare organization. Phlebotomists typically work in a variety of settings such as laboratory outpatient service centers, hospitals, medical clinics, nursing homes, and doctor’s offices.
Program cost: No fee is currently associated with this training program. (Includes textbooks and clinical rotation at an HNL Lab Medicine PSC)
Educational requirements to enroll:
Requirements: Candidates will undergo a formal interview process with HNL Lab Medicine and be considered a per-diem temporary employee if accepted. Upon acceptance, the following will be required
and processed following HNL Lab Medicine Human Resources and LVHN Employee Health policy.
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