how to become a phlebotomist
How to Become a Phlebotomist in 4 easy Steps
If you have ever had your blood drawn at the doctor’s office or donated to a blood drive, chances are you have met a phlebotomist! Phlebotomists, or phlebotomy technicians, draw blood from patients at health care facilities. In this post, we will explain how to become a phlebotomist in just... Read more
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Phlebotomy Technician Training: What to Expect?
Phlebotomy Technician Training: What to Expect? Have you been considering jumping into the healthcare industry to help those in need? Phlebotomy is one of America’s fastest growing medical industries and offers students a great opportunity to jump into the healthcare industry to assist those in need.1 A career as a... Read more
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Pursuing a Career in Phlebotomy
Are you interested in pursuing a career in Phlebotomy? If so, this post is for you. We’ve done the research and rounded up key information which may help guide you along the path of becoming a Phlebotomist. What is Phlebotomy? Phlebotomy is the process of drawing blood. A phlebotomist (also... Read more
What does a Phlebotomist do?
Phlebotomists are allied health professionals that may work in medical and diagnostic laboratories or physician’s offices. They are responsible for a variety of tasks such as interacting with patients and performing clerical duties, but they primarily draw blood to be used for different kinds of medical laboratory testing or draw... Read more
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5 Qualities of a Phlebotomist
Are you considering pursuing a career in phlebotomy? If you answered “yes”, then congratulations! A career as a Phlebotomist can be a very rewarding one. However, before you decide to embark on this exciting journey, it is very important to make sure that this career is the right fit for... Read more
World Blood Donor Day 2015
Did you know that donating blood helps save millions of lives every year? Blood and blood products are necessary for those suffering from life-threatening conditions, individuals undergoing medical and surgical procedures, in times of man-made and natural disasters as well as those seeking maternal and child care. Unfortunately, there is... Read more