Let Us Tell You About the World of Phlebotomy
As a phlebotomy technician, you will work in hospitals, clinics, medical labs, medical offices, blood donor facilities, or any place there is a need to have someone’s blood drawn.
In this field, you must pay attention to details, be able to work under pressure, have great communication skills, love working with people and being a part of a team. You will need to be patient minded. You will be responsible for keeping the patient calm and educated about the procedure you are performing on them.
US Colleges will provide you with extensive training that will prepare you to be a successful phlebotomy technician. You will be trained in laboratory safety and the policies and procedures that you need to know to help you be successful.
Drawing blood puts you at risk for exposure to diseases. You will be properly trained on how to prevent injury and exposure to disease, for yourself, and for your patients. Laboratory safety will teach you precautions that will ensure you are being safe during your procedure.
The world of phlebotomy is very demanding. You are the face of the medical lab. You will be the one person the patient will interact with. Phlebotomy is very demanding and in high demand. You will always have job security. Most places need phlebotomy techs 24 hours a day. There is not a shortage of job opportunities.
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