How much does a phlebotomist get paid?

Answer As of April 2010, according to The PayScale Report, phlebotomists average $21,510 to $30,727 annually for 1 to 4 years of experience. Those with 5 to 9 years earn $23,778 to $35,927 while those wit... Read More »

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How much does a phlebotomist get paid hourly?

The hourly wage of a phlebotomist depends on his experience and location. Phlebotomists earned, on average, $13 an hour ($27,040 a year) in 2009, according to the American Society for Clinical Path... Read More »

What is a phlebotomist?

Phlebotomists are trained medical professionals who collect and test blood and urine samples necessary for diagnosing medical conditions or diseases. Phlebotomists must follow strict procedures to ... Read More »

What does a phlebotomist do?

Using needles, phlebotomist obtain blood from patients. Preventing blood-borne pathogens such as HIV and hepatitis from spreading, properly disposing of needles and correctly labeling patient sampl... Read More »

How do I train to be a phlebotomist?

Obtain education from an accredited educational program. The National Accrediting Agency for Clinical Laboratory Sciences (NAACLS) accredits 479 programs for these professionals. Visit the NAACLS w... Read More »