Phlebotomy Jobs in San Diego

The average phlebotomist earns an annual salary of $27,000. Some employers pay more than others for the same phlebotomist position. This is especially true in the San Diego area. Salary differences are based on certification, years of experience as a technician, settings, and employers. Clinical laboratory technicians are among top paid jobs for the next decade. Let’s explore the some of the best paid some top paid phlebotomist jobs in the San Diego area.

The highest paid phlebotomist likely works at the Naval Medical Center of San Diego. Phlebotomists working at the Naval Medical Center earn an annual salary of $66,000. The next highest paid phlebotomists are those working at the Seton Medical Center. Phlebotomists here earn annual salaries between $33,000 and $35,000. Some of the highest paid phlebotomists in San Diego work at Seton Medical Center or at their five affiliate medical centers.

Technicians with Mobile Phlebotomists work a few minutes south of San Diego in Chula Vista and earn annual salaries of $35,000. These positions require at least 2 years of paid phlebotomy technician experience. Mobile Phlebotomists also provide technicians with the opportunity for full-time contracts.

Phlebotomist technicians working for Healthfair Phleb and for Phlebotomist Patient Services technicians in San Diego earn annual salaries of $33,000 compared to phlebotomists working for Mobile Tea Captain who earn annual salaries of $31,000.

The Phlebotomist Clinic Lab is a part of the Kaiser Permanete Group. Besides annual salaries of $32,000, phlebotomists enjoy the many benefits, resources, and support from the Kaiser Permanete Group. Phlebotomist working for this clinic must have both certification and working experience as a phlebotomist technician.

Top hospitals such as UC San Diego Medical Center, Scripps La Jolla Hospitals & Clinics, Scripps Mercy Hospital, and Sharp Memorial Hospital pay their phlebotomists annual salaries between $25,000 and $27,000 depending on their experience and certification.

There’s definitely room to grow in salary and position as a certified phlebotomist throughout San Diego. It pays to research and find higher paying phlebotomy jobs!

Author: Emma Campbell

I am a director at the Phlebotomy Training Institute