First Draw School of Phlebotomy:
Get Trained and Get To Work

First Draw School of Phlebotomy is a licensed education institute located in Pleasant Grove, Utah. We are dedicated to providing the highest standard of phlebotomy training and courses to our students. We believe that students should have more of a one-on-one experience. That is why our class sizes are smaller and offer more personal attention.

Our high standards means that our graduates acquire the skill and experience necessary to be in demand within the healthcare industry.

Offering Excellence in The Classroom and in The Field

Our commitment to helping our students succeed means:
  • More one-on-one interaction with our staff
  • Providing comprehensive mentoring programs
  • Education beyond just drawing blood
  • Building confidence in our graduates
  • The opportunity to draw blood a minimum of 100 times before graduation
  • Job placement assistance and work references
Enroll today, and start a rewarding career as a phlebotomist.

First Draw School of Phlebotomy Offers Scholarships

The First Draw School of Phlebotomy is proud to offer $50 scholarships to its students. These scholarships are awarded to students who have completed the course, and is our way of rewarding their hard work and diligence.

The scholarship is available to all applicants and is awarded on a limited basis. For more information, please contact the school.



First Draw School of Phlebotomy is REGISTERED UNDER THE UTAH POSTSECONDARY PROPRIETARTY SCHOOL ACT (Title 13, Chapter 34, and Utah Code). Registration under the Utah Postsecondary Proprietary School Act does not mean that the State of Utah supervises, recommends, nor accredits the institution. It is the student's responsibility to determine whether credits, degrees, or certificates from the institution will transfer to other institutions or meet employers' training requirements. This may be done by calling the prospective school or employer. The institution is not accredited by a regional or national accrediting agency recognized by the United States Department of Education.