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Find Phlebotomy Classes

Find Phlebotomy Classes

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4-12 week phlebotomy classes starting soon (program lengths may vary)
No college experience required
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Why Choose Phlebotomy

Salary

The national salary average of a Phlebotomist is $30,250 per year

Job Outlook

Overall employment of nursing programs is projected to grow at 27% in the next 10 years

Get into the world of healthcare

If you want to work in the health sector and college is not an option, then the training in phlebotomy is appropriate. It takes a little experience to get started

Open Doors to other Medical Careers

Many medical professionals have taken the initial step to become a phlebotomist to get their foot in the door to open up more possibilities. Havings hands on experience as a phlebotomist can help you take alternative career paths as a med technologist, Intravenous Tech, Pathologist assistant and many more.

FIND PHLEBOTOMY CLASSES NOW

Now accepting new students for Phlebotomy Classes. Find Your Perfect Phlebotomy Class Today!

The national salary average of a Phlebotomist is $30,250 per year and there is excellent job growth (27% growth in the next 10 years). Start your career now, find Phlebotomy schools starting in your area.

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Source: US Bureau of Labor Statistics (www.bls.gov)

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My name is Katelyn, I have been a nurse for over 7 years, and I became a nurse after getting a Medical Biology Bachelor of Science. I was always caring for my friends and family. It took me a while to find nursing and when I did it just clicked, nursing was my calling, and it was what I was meant to do. Katelyn H.