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What is a plebotomist?

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Phlebotomists are medical professionals who collect blood for donation or testing. Phlebotomists require a high school diploma and a training program as well as passing a certification exam.

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How much does a plebotomist earn?

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How much does a plebotomist make in a year in Illinois?

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What do you call a person who draws blood?

a plebotomist. plebotomists draw blood in hospitals and medical homes. they also check your blood type, blood pressure, etc.


Where can I find plebotomist jobs?

I have found some information on the tasks of a Phlebotomist on the American Medical Technologists website. The link can be found here: http://www.americanmedtech.org/Certification/Phlebotomist.aspx


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The certification class for becoming a plebotomist is apparently not that long. It can be completed in as little as four months and sometimes you can even get on the job training. That's scary.


How long does it take to get a phlebotomist certification?

A phlebotomist training program is usually a one semester training certification program. Once the candidate completes the program, they will be required to take a written test for the certification. It usually takes about a year to get a phlebotimist certification. It could be less if you have prior experience in the phlebotomist field.


What training is require for phlebotomy?

Phlebotomy training requires a specific course of study for certification. Coursework includes anatomy and physiology, as well as practical training, sterile technique, etc. Check out: http://www.allalliedhealthschools.com/faqs/phlebotomy-certification.php AND www.nationalphlebotomy.org In most states one needs to have a certain amount of class and training time to test for a license to become a Plebotomist. Each state varies on the amount of classroom hours and clinical hours. The best research to do in your state to to look at local community colleges in your area that offer the program.


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