Intermountain Healthcare offers phlebotomy training to those looking to make a difference as a skilled phlebotomist.
The four-week phlebotomy courses are offered several times per year as needed.
Intermountain Healthcare is offering exceptional people, who want to make a difference, a training course to become a Phlebotomist. Phlebotomists are trained professionals who collect laboratory specimens through blood collection techniques. They provide a caring, comfortable, and confidential environment for their patients and provide additional support to the laboratory.
- High school diploma or GED
- Ability to speak, read, and write in English
- At least one year of previous customer service experience preferred
- BLS or CPR certification
Course Details - Length of the Course
The training course is four weeks. During the first two weeks, students will be in the classroom. During the second two weeks, students will complete a clinical externship at various Intermountain hospitals.
Course Details - Course Hours and Location
Students will be full-time Intermountain Healthcare employees working 40 hours per week. The hours for the class and clinical rotations will range from 4:00 a.m. start time to 5:30 p.m. end time. Classes are held at the Employee Services Center, 5245 S. College Dr., Murray, UT. Students will also be required to attend practical training sessions at Alta View Hospital, Intermountain Medical Center, The Orthopedic Specialty Hospital (TOSH), Salt Lake Clinic, Memorial Clinic, and LDS Hospital, or associated physician clinics at various times during the course.
Schedules will be set before the course beings and do not allow for flexibility or part-time participation. Students MUST be able to start the course on the set starting date. Students will not be permitted to miss any class or practical training.
After Course Completion
After completing the Intermountain Healthcare Phlebotomy training program, it is each student's responsibility to interview for open Phlebotomy positions during the placement interviews held at the end of the course. Intermountain Healthcare does not guarantee placement of a permanent position. Those students who have not secured a position upon the completion of the course will be placed in the Float Pool and will be budgeted for at least 24 hours per week. Upon completion of all course requirements, students will be paid the current entry rate for Phlebotomist.
After successful completion of the Phlebotomy training course, per the contract, a work commitment of 2080 hours within the Central Region (Salt Lake Valley) is required (1 year full-time or 2 years part-time). Students may work for Intermountain Healthcare Laboratory Services at facilities including Alta View Hospital, Riverton Hospital, The Orthopedic Specialty Hospital (TOSH), Intermountain Medical Center, LDS Hospital, and other associated clinics and physician offices in the Central Region (Salt Lake Valley). If the student does not fulfill the contract requirements, the student reimburses Intermountain Healthcare $1500 to cover the cost of tuition and training materials.
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