Phlebotomy Training in Delaware

Phlebotomists are professionals who draw blood for a wide variety of reasons, including transfusions, blood donations, research or medical tests. Typically, phlebotomists enter this occupation with a postsecondary non-degree certificate from a phlebotomy program. There are many community colleges, technical schools and vocational schools in Delaware that offer a phlebotomy program. Most phlebotomy training programs can be completed in less than two months.

Phlebotomy schools in Delaware include both a didactic component and a clinical component. Classroom instruction generally takes at least 40 hours, and the clinical component requires a practicum in a real healthcare setting, such as a hospital or medical center. Today, schools use venipuncture training models with four or two veins of different sizes for teaching phlebotomy. These lifelike models include palpable veins embedded into the semi-transparent model. With this type of hands-on instruction, students are better prepared for the clinical component of the phlebotomy training curriculum.

Phlebotomy training schools in Delaware that follow the standards of the Clinical and Laboratory Standards Institute require a minimum of 100 unaided blood specimen collections, including both capillary and venipuncture collections. Upon completion of the phlebotomy program, students are eligible to take the national certification examination administered by the American Medical Technologists, American Society for Clinical Pathology and the American Credentialing Agency organizations.

Job Outlook, Work Environment and Salary for Phlebotomists in Delaware

Phlebotomists work mainly in doctor’s offices, medical and diagnostic laboratories, hospitals and blood donor centers. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), the job outlook is positive for these professionals. Employment is projected to grow 27 percent through 2022. Blood analysis is an essential function in hospitals and many other medical venues. As doctors and other allied healthcare professionals will need blood work for diagnosis and analysis, the demand for phlebotomists will remain strong.

The BLS also reports that the median annual salary for phlebotomists in May 2012 was $29,000. The low 10 percent earned less than $21,000, and the top 10 percent earned over $40,000. Most phlebotomists are employed full time in this field. Those who work in hospitals are typically expected to work weekends and nights.

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More Phlebotomy Classes in Delaware

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Website
Dawn Career Institute3700 Lancaster Pike, Wilmington, DE 19805http://www.dawncareerinstitute.edu/phlebotomy_technician
Delaware Technical Community CollegeTerry Campus- 100 Campus Drive Dover, DE 19904https://www.dtcc.edu/
Tri-State Technical School106 E. Market Street, Laurel, DE19956http://www.tristatetechnicalschool.com/


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3707 N Market St Wilmington, DE 19802http://www.explore-schools.com/form/cdm/?campaign_id=12540351
Columbus State Community College5100 Cornerstone Dr, Delaware, OH 43015http://www.cscc.edu/academics/departments/phlebotomy/
Harris School of Business97 Commerce Way #105 Dover, DE 19904http://www.trade-schools.net/harris-school-of-business/default.asp
Harris School of Business 1413 Foulk Rd, Wilmington, DE 19803http://www.trade-schools.net/harris-school-of-business/default.asp
CAMTECH563 N Hall St Seaford, DE 19973,http://www.camtechedu.com/index.html

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I am a director at the Phlebotomy Training Institute