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Maryland Phlebotomy Schools.

Phlebotomy training in Maryland provides students the skills to become a certified phlebotomist capable of drawing blood from patients for a variety of medical procedures and tests. Phlebotomy training in Maryland typically lasts anywhere from six weeks to four months. Most training courses can be taken at training centers, community colleges and trade schools. Phlebotomy training used to occur on the job but in recent years has switched to a certification course. Phlebotomists work in hospitals and also travel to nursing homes and outpatient clinics to collect blood samples. Phlebotomists help reduce the workload of doctors, nurses, and medical assistants by solely focusing on drawing blood.


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