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Frequently Asked Questions

What is the cost of tuition and fees?

Please refer to Tuition& Fees page.

Are there opportunities to attend the program at night or on weekends?

Most learning experiences occur during the day. Clinical training occurs on day or evening shift. Please inquire as to the annual training schedule prior to applying.

Are there opportunities to work while in the program?

This training is a paid internship. Students who choose to work in addition to the internship usually do not work over 20 hours per week, and typically work on the weekends.

Do the Providence School of Phlebotomy graduates qualify for non-Providence phlebotomy positions?

Graduates are committed to work for Providence 24 months after training is completed. The program curriculum and training hours meet national and state phlebotomy training requirements. WA State licensure is required for work in Washington. Other states may require additional licensure.

Does successfully completing the program guarantee placement at Providence facilities?

Yes, however School of Phlebotomy graduates of the Providence must still apply for phlebotomy positions at participating Providence facilities.

Can I request a phone interview or does it have to be in person?

Interviews must be in person and are required as part of the selection process.

What is the national certification exam or BOC?

Since 1928, ASCP (American Society for Clinical Pathology) Board of Certification (BOC) (formerly the ASCP Board of Registry) has been widely recognized as the preeminent leader in the certification of medical laboratory professionals.

If you have questions regarding additional policies or procedures that govern students while attending the School of Phlebotomy, please contact us for further information.