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Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center

Programs Offered: Phlebotomy Training Program

Location: 1100 Fairview Ave. N. PO Box 19024, 
Seattle, WA 98109

The Phlebotomy training program at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center is open to experienced Phlebotomists looking to hone their skills as well as novice health care workers who want to get started in this field.
The program takes an up to date approach to learning Phlebotomy focusing on innovative approaches and techniques for drawing blood. Students will learn about vein selection and vein analysis to ensure they can complete their draws with confidence.
This course lasts about one month and is taught in five 4-hour sessions.
After students complete the course and the necessary hands on skills practice, they will receive a certificate of completion.
The cost of this course is $750.

North Seattle Community College

Programs Offered: Phlebotomy Technician Program

Location: 9600 College Way North
, Seattle, Washington 98103

North Seattle Community College offers two different Phlebotomy training programs to help students become certified as Phlebotomy Technicians.
One course they offer is the I-BEST Phlebotomist Certificate Program. This program is designed for students with no health care experience and with no education beyond a high school diploma or GED. I-BEST stands for Integrated Basic Education and Skills Training. This course is taught with two instructors in the room, one to teach theory and lab skills and another to assist English language learners. This format helps students to prepare workplace skills and language skills at the same time.
The other course is a Phlebotomy Short Course. This course is designed for health care students who want to learn basic blood and specimen collection skills.

Pima Medical Institute

Programs Offered: Phlebotomy Technician Program

Location: 9709 Third Avenue N.E., Suite 400, Seattle, WA 98115

Pima Medical Institute offers a Phlebotomy Technician program that takes about three months to complete. Students will learn about venipuncture and micro collection techniques as well as methods of collection for other specimens.
This program includes five theory courses and an externship. The required classes are Study Skills, CPR and First Aid, Anatomy and Physiology/ Medical Terminology, Introduction to Laboratory and Communication, and Phlebotomy.
The externship portion of the course includes 160 hours of hands on training at a real health care facility.
Upon successful completion of this course, students will receive a certificate. Students may choose to work in a lab, hospital, doctor’s office, or any of a variety of medical settings.

Seattle Vocational Institute

Programs Offered: Phlebotomy Program

Location: 2120 South Jackson Street, Seattle, WA 98144

Students who are interested in becoming certified as Phlebotomy Technicians can train to do so at the Seattle Vocational Institute.
This program is one quarter in length, is worth 8 credits, and spans 135 clock hours of training. Some of the topics that will be covered in this course include the circulatory system, medical and lab terminology, biohazard and safety precautions, venipuncture techniques, micro collection techniques, laboratory equipment, sanitation, disposal and other laboratory procedures.
Students will also learn how to interact with and process patients, as well as how to effectively communicate with them.
Students who successfully complete this course can go on to earn their Health Care Assistant license and national certification in Phlebotomy.

Sound Vocational Institute

Programs Offered: Phlebotomist/ Lab Assistant Program

Location: 105 14th Ave, Seattle, WA 98122

As part of its Health Care program, Sound Vocational Institute offers a dual Phlebotomist and Lab Assistant program. All students must start out in this program by taking courses in anatomy, physiology and medical terminology. The program includes both in class training and hands on clinical experience. With 12 weeks of total instruction, students will spend 8 weeks in the classroom and 4 weeks working on their clinical hours.
After the initial health care curriculum, Phlebotomy students will receive additional training in how to properly draw blood and collect specimens, how to handle samples, and how to prepare samples for lab work and testing.
Students who successfully complete this course can go on to work in a wide variety of medical facilities because of the dual certification offered by this program.

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