Asked by: Americo Marheineke
asked in category: General Last Updated: 20th February, 2020

Can phlebotomist work with animals?

Veterinarians and veterinary technicians frequently draw blood from dogs, cats and other animals brought to the clinic for medical care. Unlike in human medicine, where people can specialize in phlebotomy, in veterinary medicine it's part of what veterinary technicians do.

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Then, can you work as a phlebotomist with a certificate?

Phlebotomy technicians generally need at least an associate's degree in a health-related field or a post-secondary certificate in phlebotomy. Depending on the state, licensing might be required in order to work as a phlebotomist, whether you work for a hospital, individual physician or other employer.

Secondly, can you make a living as a phlebotomist? The average yearly salary of a phlebotomist is around $25,000 to $30,000, and it is a great way to start a career in the medical field. Phlebotomists can work in many different areas, making it easy to find a job. Overall, phlebotomy can be a great life long career or a stepping stone into the medical field.

Similarly, it is asked, what else can a phlebotomist do?

A phlebotomist is someone who draws blood from a patient, for a variety of procedures including tests, transfusions, research, medical procedures or donations. Phlebotomists might work with patients, doctors, nurses, scientists and lab technicians.

What kind of career preparation is required to be a phlebotomist?

Education Requirements for Phlebotomists Most phlebotomists receive a combination of classroom training and on-the-job experience. Although a college degree is not required, many phlebotomists obtain an associate's degree. A bachelor's degree in medical technology is also an option for aspiring phlebotomists.

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