California is one of the US states that requires a certification to be a phlebotomist, as I was told phlebotomist start with a pay of 15+ $ to 25$, not bad huh?
There is such a thing as a national certification for phlebotomists. However, most states have their own individual certification.
One will find that the top pay for a conservation officer will depend on which state they work for. The top three states include Maryland (average pay is $67,430), California (average pay is $65,730), and Nevada (average pay is $61,620).
Whether a licensed phlebotomist may have a Rhogam injection varies from state to state. In NY, this would not be legal.
The University of Alaska-Anchorage program has an excellent reputation. California has exceedingly high standards for phlebotomists, so programs in that state are highly regarded. Ferris State University in Michigan and Mountain State University in West Virginia are also usually make the best-of lists.
Around 10-11 Dollars an hour if you are just a normal phlebotomists, AKA a Vamprie.
The average wage for a Phlebotomist is $29,923. However experienced Phlebotomists can earn up to $35,983. Wages increase with experience within the job.
The plural of the noun phlebotomist is phlebotomists.
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.
Most jobs in the NHS are covered by a pay system known as the Agenda for Change pay scales. There are nine pay bands. Phlebotomists in the NHS sit in Band 2 of the Agenda for Change pay scales (£13,233 - £16,333). These figures are correct as of April 1st, 2009. Now, its about £20,755
Phlebotomists usually make around $25,000 to $29,000.