Find a rewarding phlebotomy career aligned to your experience.
Ready to grow your phlebotomy career?
If you already maintain a Washington-issued phlebotomy license, or have an application filed at the time of hire, join us and advance your career in a supportive culture focused on your learning and development.
Aspiring to become a phlebotomist?
Join our paid training programming and develop your phlebotomy career with Labcorp. You’ll get all the necessary training to become a Washington State Licensed Phlebotomist.
Working with patients has never been so fulfilling.
Working with top-notch technology, such as new electronic reporting and accuracy tools, you’ll be able to focus on your patients and increase your success rates. Beyond your daily interaction with patients and obtaining specimens for processing, you’ll pack and ship specimens as well as prepare samples, helping deliver answers to patients and their healthcare providers.
As a global life sciences leader in the industry, our continued growth has led to available opportunities in several locations across the U.S. for Phlebotomy positions. We’re looking for Phlebotomists skilled in blood collection by venipuncture and capillary technique from patients of all age groups, urine drug screen collections, paternity collections, breath/saliva alcohol testing, LCM/Cyber Tools, Test Cup, and pediatric blood collections, as well as difficult draws (patients in long-term care facilities, drug rehabilitation facilities, prisons, psychiatric facilities, or similar facilities).
License/Certification/Education You must have valid Washington-issued Phlebotomy License or have an application for Phlebotomy License filed with Washington Department of Health at time of hire.
Looking to get licensed? We offer paid training to become a Phlebotomist.
Considering a career in the medical field? Labcorp has a program to make that happen through our Phlebotomy Trainee Program at select locations in Washington State.
You’ll get all the necessary training to become a Washington State Licensed Phlebotomist. Trainees work in our Patient Service Center part-time as Patient Intake Representatives and go to school for Phlebotomy part-time—all while getting paid.
Once you have your phlebotomy license, you will be promoted into a phlebotomy position within your department, giving you an opportunity for career growth and development. If you are passionate about helping people and are looking for a career opportunity, then Labcorp is a great next step.
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