If you’ve read my previous post about what Phlebotomy means and wondered what a Phlebotomist does, then this article is for you. In this post, you’ll learn about what the job of a Phlebotomist entails, the required skills, and other specifics, etc. so you can feel confident in deciding whether to become a phlebotomist.
A phlebotomist’s job entails drawing blood from the patient, informing the patient and making her/him comfortable with the procedure while following the health and safety guidelines. Let’s dive deeper into each of their tasks or responsibilities.
If you’re still reading this and are still interested in becoming a Phlebotomist, you can get started by filling out an application for Phlebotomy classes near you via this link.
Mary Joy Rumbaoa is a student support representative at Dreambound and an author. She has assisted hundreds of students in locating a suitable trade school where they can complete their training as CNAs and Phlebotomists, allowing them to obtain licenses to work in the medical field.