Rogue Valley Phlebotomy School
Our mission is to help students learn topnotch phlebotomy skills that will enable them to find fulfilling employment in a lifelong career. Students learn compassion and empathy in caring for patients, which also makes their lives better. We stress empathy, honesty, respect for the patient, teamwork, and quality in all aspects of the practice of phlebotomy.
Based in Downtown Medford, Oregon, RVPS was founded to assist students in developing a career in phlebotomy.
Directed by Linda Singley, PBT-ASCP, RVPS offers over 3 decades of professional phlebotomy experience.
RVPS is licensed by the Oregon Department of Education.
Upon completion of all required assignments with a score of 80% or better, students will receive a Certificate of Completion of the Introduction to Phlebotomy Course.
You will be given the information you will need to become nationally certified upon completion of this course and practicum.
Lectures are from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. on Mondays and Tuesdays.
Labs will be held in the classroom from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m.
The course is 12 weeks long. Students will then have 11 weeks to complete the practicum.
NEXT CLASS MARCH 2018!
Our school is dedicated to education and job placement. We take the necessary time needed to teach all applications of the Phlebotomist position including hands on examples and training while on site. Our school is located in Historic Downtown Medford which makes us centrally located and convenient for public transportation, local dining. You learn in a bright, clean, open classroom with the best and most advanced equipment to ensure the best experience possible.
Phlebotomists work in hospitals, clinics, and other medical facilities drawing blood from patients in preparation for medical testing. As a phlebotomist you must be attentive to detail, work well under pressure, have excellent manual dexterity, great communication skills, and really enjoy working with people.
As a phlebotomy technician you are an important member of the clinical laboratory team. New diagnostic techniques, clinical laboratory technology and automated instruments have greatly increased the volume of medical laboratory testing.