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Where do phlebotomists work?

Most phlebotomists work in one of three job settings: in a hospital, in a doctor's office, and in a medical laboratory. All three job locations offer phlebotomists clean and comfortable work environments, often with convenient perks that make this an attractive medical career.

Most phlebotomists work in hospitals, usually based in a hospital's medical laboratory. In many cases, phlebotomists work in shift rotations, responding to requests from doctors and nurses who need blood samples taken from patients. Phlebotomist jobs in hospitals often offer flexible shifts that meet patient and staff demand. Therefore, many working parents find that hospital jobs offer strong work/life balance.

Some phlebotomists work in doctor's offices, especially in larger practices where more than one physician routinely requires blood samples. A growing number of private practices rely on specialized medical technicians, including phlebotomists, to help streamline tasks so doctors can stay focuses on critical duties. Phlebotomists in private practices often handle other duties, such as office tasks, during lab downtime.

In many cities, phlebotomists work at independent medical labs. Some labs are affiliated with regional hospitals or health care providers, offering convenient local access to sophisticated medical tests. Some labs are owned and operated by insurance carriers who use in-house tests to reduce health care costs. In both cases, patients enjoy quick service by phlebotomists and other lab technicians who can draw blood samples without the need for a lengthy visit to a doctor's office.
Jolie Hair and Beauty Academy can give you the skills, professional instruction, and hands-on training and you'll need to launch your career the rewarding cosmetology field.

Programs:

  • Phlebotomy
Locations:  Wilkes Barre

With over 20 years of successful growth, the Institute of Medical Careers is leading Pittsburgh’s industry in career training, the Erie campus was established to share this success. As a response to Erie employers who have been challenged to find qualified, well-trained employees. The Institute of Medical and Business Careers now offers a state-of-the art facility with up to date career training in the allied health field.

Programs:

  • Phlebotomy
Locations:  Pittsburgh

Arizona College prepares students to work in the 'real world' of medicine. With the use of lecture and laboratory teaching, we provide our students with hands on experience.

Programs:

  • Phlebotomy
Locations:  Glendale

At Career Training Academy, we offer career-focused training in high-demand fields that you can complete in less than a year.*  If you’re ready to take the next step in your career, contact us today.

Program Offerings:

  • Dental Assistant
  • Medical Assistant
  • Medical Billing and Coding
  • Massage Therapy

Programs:

  • Phlebotomy Technician
Locations:  New Kensington
Turn your talents into a career. Nationally recognized and accredited Platt College offers degree programs in Graphic Design, Multimedia, IT Networking and Paralegal.

Programs:

  • Hemodialysis Technician
Locations:  Alhambra
Get your career started with an education from Spencerian College. Earn your certificate, diploma, or associate degree for a career in the allied health, technology, or business administration fields.

Programs:

  • Phlebotomy Certificate
Locations:  Louisville
Blake Austin College, located in Vacaville, CA, can help you get the skills you need to reach your career potential. Choose from a variety of business and medical programs.

Programs:

  • Clinical Medical Assisting w/ Phlebotomy
Locations:  Vacaville
Harris School of Business offers career-focused education that gives you the skills you need to make the leap into your new career.

Programs:

  • Phlebotomy
Locations:  Danbury
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