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If you ever need blood work, there is a good chance that the person performing the blood draw will be a phlebotomist. A phlebotomist, also called a phlebotomy technician, is an allied health professional trained to draw blood for clinical or medical testing, transfusions, blood donations, or research. Phlebotomists perform an essential function within healthcare environments. If you are interested in becoming a phlebotomist, read about Arizona College of Allied Health’s Medical Assisting with Phlebotomy training.
To effectively perform their duties, phlebotomy technicians must have a variety of skills and qualifications, including:
Some phlebotomists chose to take their career one step further by obtaining phlebotomy certification following this training program.
Phlebotomist job responsibilities can vary depending on their work environment and employer. They provide hands-on, direct patient care when performing blood draws. Phlebotomy technicians also perform administrative duties such as labeling specimens, preparing them for further medical testing, and maintaining patient data. Duties commonly performed by phlebotomists include:
Phlebotomists can work in a wide variety of healthcare facilities, including:
Phlebotomists are important members of the healthcare team. If the medical field interests you and you are organized and detail-oriented, then a career in phlebotomy could be a great fit for you! Arizona College of Allied Health’s Medical Assistant with Phlebotomy program prepares you for a career in this healthcare field. Complete a request for information form and our admissions team will be in touch soon.