Current Updates:

  • 2013 Winner of Best Phlebotomy Education in Oregon (http://www.prweb.com)
  • Spring registration now open!
  • Phlebotomy Course: May 5th to July 24th, 2014
  • EKG Course: May 7th to July 25th, 2014
  • Pharmacy Course: March 4th to July 3rd, 2014 (no class May 15th, 20th, 22nd, or the 27th)
  • ASCP certification (route 2), Springfield only
    Internships for ASCP certification based on availability

Careers in Phlebotomy!

     A phlebotomist (sometimes called a Laboratory Assistant) is a healthcare professional trained in the practice of phlebotomy, the removal of blood from vessels in the body.  Phlebotomists can work in a wide range of settings, from blood collection centers to large hospitals or small physician clinics. 

     The wide variety of work places allows phlebotomists to enjoy many career opportunities.  A career in phlebotomy is alsoa great stepping stone into the healthcare field, whether your interest is in nursing, laboratory science, or medical school.

Phlebotomists enjoy:

  • Flexibility in scheduling (day, evening, and nightshift positions)
  • Excellent wages without college training
  • One on one interaction with patients
  • Being an integral part of the modern healthcare team
  • Job mobility - phlebotomists are needed wherever medical testing is performed!

Careers in EKG Technology!

     EKG Technicians are healthcare professionals trained in the practice of electrocardiography. EKG technicians perform ekgs, which involves applying electrodes to a patient and printing out a report of their electrical impulses transmitted by the heart.
     An EKG technician with advanced training performing holter monitoring and stress testing is also called a Cardiographic Technologist. Our program prepares you for certification as an EKG technician (CET)or a Cardiographic Technician (CCT). 
EKG/Cardiographic Technicians work in the hospital setting, doctor's office, or telemetry unit.
 EKG technicians enjoy:

  • Flexibility in scheduling (day, evening, and night shifts)
  • Excellent wages without college training
  • One on one interactions with patients
  • Being an integral part of the modern healthcare system
  • Job mobility