Phlebotomy Certificate Program
St. Luke's College will not be accepting applications for the Phlebotomy program for 2023 academic year. Please check back for the next available class start date.
As the need for health care continues to grow, so does the need for qualified professional phlebotomists. The primary function of the phlebotomist is the collection and transportation of patient specimens for laboratory analysis. These professionals assist physicians and nurses by focusing on blood collection, data entry and specimen processing.
St. Luke's College offers the areas only phlebotomy certificate program where you will learn phlebotomy theory, principles and techniques through classroom lectures and supervised clinical performance at UnityPoint Health - St. Luke's and other health care facilities in the area.
The clinical portion of the program is designed to provide students with entry-level competencies and consists of 112 clock hours with the successful completion of 100 venipunctures and 15 dermal punctures.
Phlebotomy Admission Resources
NOTE: Space is limited. Phlebotomy classes that do not meet minimum enrollment numbers may not be offered.