A phlebotomist specializes in drawing blood for medical transfusions, testing, donation, or research purposes. They work in hospitals, diagnostic laboratories, clinics, and blood donation centers. These professionals must also take the necessary steps to avoid tainting or degradation of blood samples in order for tests to be accurate.
Being a phlebotomist comes with several benefits. This includes competitive income, work variety, and getting insight into the work of other healthcare professionals.
General responsibilities include:
- Preparing an individual for blood draws
- Explain processes to patients
- Assist patients who may experience any reactions
- Coordinate with physicians
- Track and label samples
- And more
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