Phlebotomy is a vital part of any healthcare practice, whether it is diagnosing an illness, performing screenings for cholesterol or blood sugar, or monitoring a disease.
Job opportunities for phlebotomists are growing in every medical setting, and upon graduation, you will work in blood banks, hospitals, and outpatient medical offices. This hands-on program includes courses in medical terminology, anatomy and physiology, blood drawing techniques, and the safety measures behind drawing blood, taught by faculty with years of clinical experience.
- Jobs projected to grow by 15% by 2026
- Annual avg. wage: $35,640
- Training in as little as 3 months
- Evening classes
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*Placement rates based on most recent graduating classes
*Job statistics drawn from PA Dept. of Labor and Industry and O*Net Online.