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Working Life of Phlebotomist

A phlebotomist’s job is nothing short of demanding. For those who don’t know, a phlebotomist is that person who draws your blood when it is needed for a test, donation or research purposes in a healthcare facility. In other words, a phlebotomist’s job involves hurting...

How to be a Phlebotomist

The practice of phlebotomy, known historically as “bloodletting”, has ancient roots dating back to the Greeks, Romans and Egyptians to treat illness and free the body of evil. Mayans and Mesopotamians practiced bloodletting in ritualistic ceremonies. Eventually the...

Phlebotomists : ( primary responsibilities)

From hospitals to private laboratories and clinics, phlebotomists can be found in a number of medical facilities. Phlebotomists are highly trained professionals who draw blood from patients. They see patients ranging from newborn babies to elderly. Working as a...

Best Career Move for You?(PHLEBOTOMIST)

 The time has come for you to choose a career, and you have thought about studying to become a phlebotomist. You may know that you want to work in the medical field, but you are unsure that becoming a phlebotomist is the best career move for you. The choice is...

Phlebotomy Leads to a Great Career

If you are considering a career as a phlebotomist, here’s what you need to know about phlebotomy training. Requirements Before you can enroll in a program, you must have: A high school diploma or GED. This ensures every student understands reading, writing, and basic...

Phlebotomy(removal of blood)

Phlebotomy refers to the removal of blood from the body through puncture with a needle. The word comes from the Greek term, phlebo-, which translates to “a blood vessel.” Drawing blood is the method leading to analysis and reporting of conditions affecting the body....