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Basic Phlebotomy FAQs

February 13, 2015 11:17 pm Published by Leave your thoughts


What is a phlebotomist?

A phlebotomist is an individual who is trained and qualified to draw and obtain blood samples for laboratory testing.

What is the average salary of a phlebotomist?

The average beginning salary is typically about $12.00 per hour. The annual median salary for all phlebotomists is about $31,000.

What is required to become a phlebotomist?

A high school diploma or GED is first required to become a phlebotomist. You must also be at least 18 years old, you will need to be trained in an approved program, and then you can take the national certification exam in phlebotomy to officially receive your phlebotomy certification.

If you’re ready to get your foot in the healthcare industry door by this time next year, consider training to become a phlebotomist. The AUMT Institute of California helps student obtain licensing as California Certified Phlebotomy Technicians with the lowest tuition in the state!

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