Want to become a phlebotomist???
Phlebotomists are the ones who collect specimens, urine, sputum, bodily fluids for the sake of testing. It is blood which the Phlebotomists widely take as a specimen for testing.
How long does it take to become Phlebotomists? or how long does it take to get a phlebotomy certification?
The duration to become Phlebotomists depends on a lot of factors such as the license and experience. Those who don’t have a license but have worked under the training and supervision of medical professional generally take 6 months to become a Phlebotomist whereas those who work part-time with no license take one year to become a Phlebotomist.
How much is the starting pay for a Phlebotomist?
After becoming a Phlebotomist, your starting pay would range from $12-$13 an hour but will increase as you gain experience in the field.
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