Phlebotomy has always been a good pathway into the healthcare industry. Hospitals and labs always need individuals with excellent phlebotomy skills. Patients will always need blood tests. A Phlebotomist’s role of collecting a specimen is critical to enabling a doctor to screen for and diagnose a patient’s illness or disease, as well as monitor medications and wellness progress.
St. Luke’s University Health Network School of Phlebotomy (SOP) program provides phlebotomy education through the combined delivery of didactic/theory in a classroom setting, as well as clinical experience in our outpatient lab patient service centers.
Mid-day from 10am-2pm or evening 4pm-8pm