HEALTH NETWORK LABORATORIES (HNL)  

SCHOOL OF PHLEBOTOMY

 

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Register by Nov. 26, 2018


Classes start Feb. 4, 2019

 

Launch your healthcare career as a Phlebotomy Technician with HNL’s new program. You’ll be job ready in eight weeks!

 

—Cody Herbein, HNL School of Phlebotomy graduate

Read Cory’s Story HNL trains you to meet the highest standards in phlebotomy and will equip you with clinical experience not available through other programs, setting you apart from other job applicants. The program adheres to HNL’s core values [LINK to: http://www.healthnetworklabs.com/Careers.html] and is guided by the principle that all patients, colleagues, providers and visitors deserve to be treated fairly with respect and consideration. 

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Phlebotomists are in demand, here at HNL and across the country! The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics says job opportunities in phlebotomy  are expected to grow by 25% between 2016 and 2026, which is much faster than average and outpaces growth in other healthcare support occupations. HNL’s new School of Phlebotomy, a low-cost, eight-week program — with a clinical internship — prepares students to take the American Society for Clinical Pathology (ASCP) Phlebotomy Technician Certification Exam.  

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What does a phlebotomist do?

   A phlebotomist (fli-ˈbä-tə-mist), or phlebotomy technician, draws blood and collects specimens for laboratory testing and other purposes and follows proper procedures for specimen identification, processing, storage and transport. Phlebotomists work closely with patients, performing registration tasks, providing general assistance and helping patients who experience adverse reactions. Successful phlebotomists have an interest in healthcare and enjoy interacting with and caring for a wide variety of patients. Medical and diagnostic laboratories, hospitals and outpatient care facilities, blood donation centers, and physician practices employ phlebotomists. There are full- and part-time positions, with some offering flexible or varied scheduling and/or travel to different locations. 

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 “It was a really good experience. They had a lot of knowledgeable speakers from different departments.” 
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Cody Herbein, HNL School of Phlebotomy graduate  
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 HNL trains you to meet the highest standards in phlebotomy and will equip you with clinical experience not available through other programs, setting you apart from other job applicants. The program adheres to HNL’s 
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Prerequisites & Class Schedule

 The only academic prerequisite is a high school diploma or GED. The admissions process includes completing an application, interviewing with HNL Human Resources and obtaining all required medical, safety and insurance clearances/screenings. You’ll complete classroom work at HNL’s Roble Road location in Allentown and training within a PSC. Students can expect 2 to 3 hours of nightly independent study/homework. The program is perfect for high school/GED graduates looking to begin a career or work in healthcare while continuing their education; it’s also designed for career changers, especially those with retail and other customer service experience. 

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For application materials or further information, please contact:
Brian DeFluri, MSIT & LSSBB
Manager, Education and Safety
Health Network Laboratories
 794 Roble Road
Allentown, PA 18109
484-425-5535
brian.defluri@healthnetworklabs.com 

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HNL School of Phlebotomy Program Description 

The eight-week course prepares you to take the  American Society for Clinical Pathology (ASCP) Phlebotomy Technician Certification Exam upon completion. 

The program includes: 

  • In-class study (textbook, videos, etc.), demonstrations and hands-on training from HNL’s expert laboratory professionals, phlebotomy trainers and experienced phlebotomy staff
  • An externship at one of HNL’s Patient Service Centers (PSCs), where you’ll be mentored by an HNL phlebotomist and receive clinical training in the field
  • A practice test to prepare you for the ASCP certification exam

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HNL seeks to obtain formal approval from the National Accrediting Agency for Clinical Laboratory Science (NAACLS). Until formal approval is accomplished, students completing the HNL School of Phlebotomy program are eligible to complete the ASCP Phlebotomy Technician Certification Exam by completing the ASCP Structured Training Documentation Form (Route 2) and providing a formal letter from HNL, signed by the Program Director, of program completion.  

Prerequisites & Class Schedule The only academic prerequisite is a high school diploma or GED. The admissions process includes completing an application, interviewing with HNL Human Resources and obtaining all required medical, safety and insurance clearances/screenings. You’ll complete classroom work at HNL’s Roble Road location in Allentown and training within a PSC. Students can expect 2 to 3 hours of nightly independent study/homework. The program is perfect for high school/GED graduates looking to begin a career or work in healthcare while continuing their education; it’s also designed for career changers, especially those with retail and other customer service experience.  


 For More Information For application materials or further information, please contact:     

 

Brian DeFluri, MSIT & LSSBB Manager, Education and Safety Health Network Laboratories 794 Roble Road Allentown, PA 18109 484-425-5535 brian.defluri@healthnetworklabs.com 

 

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There are no hidden costs: Tuition includes textbooks, all classroom training, a hands-on externship and a practice test for the ASCP certification exam and costs less than what most programs charge. 

“It’s the first step in saving lives.” 
Tiffani Cassel, HNL School of Phlebotomy trainer 

Up to 70% of all medical decisions are based on the results of lab testing — meaning phlebotomists play a critical role in the chain of patient care by ensuring specimens are collected and managed properly to provide accurate results. Well-trained, compassionate, detail-oriented phlebotomists are in demand throughout the healthcare field. 

““It’s the first step in saving lives.””  
Tiffani Cassel, HNL School of Phlebotomy trainer 

Prerequisites & Class Schedule

“You’re going to get the most value for your money here.”  
 Sandra Eberhardt, HNL School of Phlebotomy graduate
 
Read Sandy’s Story 

Although Sandy took college coursework after high school, she found herself in a retail job where she wasn’t happy and felt she was seen as “disposable” by employers. “You can’t really make a career out of that,” Sandy says. After graduating from HNL’s School of Phlebotomy, Sandy has made new connections, feels valued and possesses sought-after skills and is working in a field that offers better pay and scheduling, increased job stability and the opportunity to help others — while providing for her young daughter. 

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