πŸ’Ό Phlebotomist

Career Description
A phlebotomist is a healthcare professional who is responsible for drawing blood from patients for various medical purposes. They are skilled in performing venipuncture, collecting blood samples, and operating laboratory equipment. Phlebotomists must have a strong understanding of medical terminology, infection control, and safety procedures. They are also expected to handle specimens carefully and accurately. This profession requires attention to detail, empathy towards patients, effective communication skills, and organizational abilities. Phlebotomists work in various healthcare settings, including hospitals, clinics, and laboratories. The demand for phlebotomists is expected to grow in the future due to the increasing need for diagnostic testing.
Hard Skills
Venipuncture Blood collection Medical terminology Lab equipment operation Infection control Safety procedures Specimen handling
Soft Skills
Attention to detail Empathy Communication Organization Patient care
Relevant Educations
Phlebotomy certification High school diploma or GED Basic life support certification
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Introvert friendly
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Standard Work Hours Flexibility Irregular Schedules
Demand in alaska this week
Low