What do phlebotomists do?

Answer Doctors require blood work to screen for illnesses and diagnose symptoms, but ordinarily, doctors do not actually draw blood necessary for testing. In some cases, this work is done by phlebotomists... Read More »

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What Classes Do Phlebotomists Take?

Phlebotomists play a vital role in the health care system. They assist medical teams in drawing and storing blood, which is crucial for performing tests or conducting transfusions. To become a phle... Read More »

How much do phlebotomists make in CT?

In 2009 the average salary offered in job postings for a phlebotomist in Connecticut was $33,000, which comes out to around $17 per hour. This is about 16 percent higher then the national average s... Read More »

California Colleges for Phlebotomists?

In addition to passing a certification examination, the California Department of Public Health requires at least 80 hours of class training and practice from an approved program to become a newly c... Read More »

How much do phlebotomists make a year?

According to PayScale, the salary of phlebotomists depends on their experience. Those with one to four years of experience average $21,815 to $30,916 as of March 2010. Those with five to nine years... Read More »