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Kentucky Phlebotomy Schools.

Phlebotomy training in Kentucky prepares students to become a qualified technician trained in drawing blood. Phlebotomy used to be a skill people learned on the job but now it is common for people to attend a training course lasting anywhere from 2-6 months. Most phlebotomy training programs are offered at training centers, career schools and community colleges. Courses teach students how to properly draw blood, safety precautions, health standards, blood collecting techniques and interacting with patients. Upon graduation from phlebotomy training in Kentucky, students must sit for a certification exam. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the average phlebotomist makes $25,000 per year in the United States.


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