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We have everything you need to make your life easier as you begin your career as a Phlebotomist.

Specific training requirements, a step-by-step hiring process, potential employers and interviews to help you get hired are just some of the applicable resources you’ll find.

Congratulations on your decision to start your career as a Phlebotomist!

You are entering a field that is in high request, so your chances of getting a job and becoming a Phlebotomist are more than superior!

A phlebotomist skillfully procures and processes blood specimens from inpatients and outpatients as directed to ensure accurate test results. Assigned patient population ranges from pediatric through the geriatric years.

This is a great place to look for Phlebotomist jobs. To the left is a box you can search from and also in the top navigation menu there is a “Jobs” tab that you can click on that will bring you to a bigger page that will be easier to search for jobs from.

Phlebotomy Job Description

High school diploma or equivalent. Formal phlebotomy schooling and/or training, with phlebotomy certification preferred.

Previous phlebotomy experience preferred.

Knowledge, skills and abilities required:

  • Demonstrates flexibility and adaptability to work projected schedule, and on occasion, work additional hours or shifts.
  • Demonstrates effective communication skills – speaking, listening, reading and writing.
  • Ability to communicate directly as well as via telephone, hospital and laboratory information systems.
  • Maintains a professional and physical image to instill confidence at all times when interacting with patients, co-workers and customers.
  • Demonstrates patience and tact, respecting patient rights, including patient confidentiality.
  • Demonstrates the ability to work efficiently and accurately Demonstrates the ability to organize and plan work, effectively managing time.

What is Phlebotomist?

A phlebotomist is the person at the hospital that carries around the traveling blood collecting station. They come to draw your blood and take it to the lab for testing. Read More »

How to Be a Phlebotomist

The phlebotomy career is in high demand and requires only a short training program. Here’s how to become a phlebotomist. Read More »
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