Phlebotomy Express Training Centers LLC

Most schools like to talk about themselves, about how great they are, about their world-class training and awesome programs that they offer. That’s wonderful and all but here at Phlebotomy Express Training Centers llc, we would rather provide value and let our students do the talking.

 Meet Sharene!

CANCER SURVIVOR that found purpose through Phlebotomy Express Training Center. Hear her story!  

 Meet Lance!

FORMER WARFIGHTER and veteran speaking on the importance of men in the field of phlebotomy. Hear his story!

 Meet Felicia! 

FROM DEPRESSION to being in a coma, to becoming a certified phlebotomist. Hear her story!

Q:  What is a Phlebotomist?

A:  A phlebotomist is an important member of the healthcare team. They draw blood from patients for clinical or medical testing, transfusions, donations or research. Phlebotomists work closely with patients and other healthcare professionals. This is an entry-level medical career that is often considered as a step toward more complex jobs, like nursing assistant, registered nurse or even medical doctor.

Q:  What is Phlebotomy?

A:  Phlebotomy is the act of drawing or removing blood in order to obtain a sample for analysis and diagnosis.

Q:  Where do phlebotomists work?

A:  Phlebotomists work in medical and diagnostic laboratories, private-practices, clinics, hospitals and donor collections centers.

Q:  What is the average salary?

A:  According to the United States Department of Labor and Statistics, the median salary for phlebotomists is $31,731 per year, or $15.26 per hour.

1 DAY A WEEK FOR 4 WEEKS + 50 BLOOD DRAWS + CLINICAL = PHLEBOTOMIST