Phlebotomy Training in Maine

It’s a great time to start a career as a phlebotomist. With increasing elderly care, The job market outlook for phlebotomists is very promising over the next several years. The average phlebotomist in Maine earns an annual salary of $29,000. Certification and licensure is not required to become a phlebotomist in the state of Maine; however most employers will require completed training at an accredited phlebotomy program. All programs require students to pass a medical exam, get a hepatitis vaccination, and have an updated tuberculosis screening before participating in the clinical practice portion of the program.

The advantage of completing phlebotomy training programs is the valuable experience gained in drawing blood, working one-on-one with patients, and learning proper procedures for handling collected blood specimens. The major cities of Maine offer many phlebotomy training programs options to choose from.

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Author: Emma Campbell

I am a director at the Phlebotomy Training Institute