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Why Phlebotomy?

If you enjoy helping people, have strong communication skills, and are interested in working in healthcare, you're smart to consider a career as a phlebotomist. You will play key role in hospitals, doctor's offices, diagnostic labs, blood donor centers, Drug and Alcohol testing facilities, Health and Wellness, plus many more opportunities. You will learn how to collect blood and body fluid from patients, how to preform finger sticks, Buccal swabs, Dry Blood samples and manual BP. This course will teach you how to draw blood safely and efficiently, and how to effectively communicate with patients and medical personnel. Classes will also cover pertinent topics like infection control, PPE, specimen preparation, HIPAA, PHI, OSHA. Etc. How to Centrifuges specimen and use a Cardio/Cardio Plus used for Finger Stick test in addition to specific lessons, you'll also learn more general information about anatomy, physiology and medical terminology. This broader knowledge will help round out your education and ensure that you have a full and complete understanding of your new field.

There will be guest speakers to discuss what it's like to work in a lab setting, Hospital, Physicians office etc. I know it's a lot. but if you are ready for a new exciting career change and are willing to work hard. Then this is the course for you.


This is a great career choice for you if:

  • You're okay with being around needles blood body fluids

  • Want to help people while making a decent salary.

  • Want an in-demand job and career stability.

  • Don't mind working some nights and holidays.


If you choose to pursue a career in phlebotomy, you'll have a good shot at both finding and keeping a job. Phlebotomists are in high demand in hospitals, doctor's offices, diagnostic labs and blood donor centers, Health and Wellness Mobile Phlebotomist and even more will be needed as time goes on. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the need for blood work careers is expected to grow at an amazing rate of 27 percent over the next several years. This means that roughly 27,000 new positions will open, and you could fill one of them. 

Source: US Bureau of Labor Statistics (


While you don't need previous healthcare experience to enroll in training program, you will need:

  • GED or High School Diploma

  • Picture ID

  • Any Credentials in the medical field.

  • Scrubs/Sleeves-Close toe shoes/ watch with a 2nd hand.

  • Positive Attitude and willingness to learn.

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