Phlebotomist work in every facet of the healthcare industry. They are responsible for the collection of blood for a multitude of reasons including; test, transfusions, donations and research. If you’ve ever had blood work done or donated blood, you’ve been in contact with a phlebotomist. Phlebotomist need the people skills to make a nervous patient comfortable while they place a needle into their vein to collect a sample.
Most phlebotomist complete a non-degree training program such as a post secondary school or training course where they will learn about Anatomy, Medical Terminology and Physiology, Laboratory Procedures along with Collecting, Identifying and Labeling Blood Samples. There are many certification options a phlebotomist can consider to improve their careers.
Would you like a FREE Roadmap To Becoming A Phlebotomist? Fill out the form to receive yours today!