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Virginia Phlebotomy Schools.

Phlebotomy training in Virginia offers training to students that teach them the necessary skills to become certified phlebotomists. A phlebotomist is healthcare worker who specializes in drawing blood using a variety of medical tools such as hypodermic needles, finger sticks and heel sticks. Phlebotomist training programs are typically short-term lasting 2-6 months. The Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates that the average phlebotomist makes an annual salary of $25,000 and starts out at an entry level wage of $10 per hour. Some phlebotomists travel to collect their samples. They often visit nursing homes, outpatient facilities, and respite care homes. Students should expect to sit for the national certification exam given by the American Society of Clinical Pathologists.


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