Phlebotomy Safety?

Answer Phlebotomy is the process by which health care professionals collect blood specimens from patients. Certain precautions should be taken to protect the collector--and patient--from potential infecti... Read More »

Top Q&A For: Phlebotomy Safety

How Much Does Phlebotomy Pay?

Phlebotomists work in hospitals and doctors' offices drawing blood for medical tests. According to PayScale, entry-level phlebotomists saw a median annual wage of $24,102 to $34,024 with an hourly ... Read More »

Proper Use of PPE With Phlebotomy?

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) is mandated by OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration) for all healthcare professionals, including phlebotomists. It's important to adhere to PPE re... Read More »

How much schooling do you need for phlebotomy?

The amount of schooling required to enter the field of phlebotomy varies from location to location and among different employers. A high school diploma or GED is generally necessary, reports the U.... Read More »

Phlebotomy Schools?

Phlebotomy is the process of extracting blood and other bodily fluids for testing and analysis, and requires specialized training and certification through a national test. A phlebotomist learns th... Read More »