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Phlebotomy

Phlebotomy

Phlebotomy

The Phlebotomy Program has been discontinued effective Fall 2020. New students will not be accepted.

A phlebotomist is a medical professional who collects blood samples from patients by various techniques and may be responsible for the collection of other non-blood specimens such as throat culture specimens. HCC's Phlebotomy Program is designed to prepare students to serve as phlebotomists in medical office, laboratory, or hospital settings. Foundational courses in introduction to health science and medical terminology are required. Students receive lecture as well as competency-based training in a variety of aspects of phlebotomy.

Phlebotomy Program

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Career Outlook


$34K

Median annual salary for phlebotomists

23%

Growth in employment over the next 10 years

128,300

Phlebotomists jobs in the U.S.

2,790

Phlebotomists employed in MD

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