Phlebotomy technicians work in hospitals, laboratories, blood donor centers, and physicians’ offices. They are responsible for drawing blood to be used for diagnostic testing, transfusions, research, or blood donations. This work requires phlebotomists to learn a variety of skills and to safely obtain blood specimens.
The 24/7 nature of healthcare makes night and weekend schedules a possibility for phlebotomy technicians, particularly those who work in hospitals; however, most work standard daytime hours.
Take our online/hybrid Phlebotomy Technician Course to open the door to a rewarding career.
See enrollment criteria below:
• 18 years of age or older
• Submit a copy of your High School or GED transcript
• Proficiency in English reading, writing, and comprehension
• Submit a Photo ID and Social Security Card
• Must sign consent/participation forms for lab practice