State Requirements

Phlebotomy Certification Colorado

Phlebotomy Certification Requirements for Colorado: Colorado, home to almost 5.3 million, has its largest city and capital in Denver. It encompasses most of the southern chain of Rocky Mountains, the Colorado Plateau, and has some of the most beautiful National Parks in our nation, including Garden of the Gods and Mesa Verde National Park. Skiing, snowboarding, hiking, and biking, Colorado is a mecca for all recreational outdoor sports and other fun activities. A highly desirable …

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Phlebotomy Training Arkansas

Phlebotomist Training Requirements for Arkansas: Arkansas, home to almost 3 million, has its largest city and capital in Little Rock. Known for its miraculous spas and Hot Springs, Arkansas is both a winter destination and an agricultural base for a state with diverse interests and widespread economic investments. If you are living or want to live in Arkansas and are interested in becoming a phlebotomist, here are a few things you should know: It’s really …

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Phlebotomy Certification Arizona

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Phlebotomist Certification Requirements for Arizona: Arizona, the retirement mecca, has a population of approximately 6.6 million with its largest city and capital in Phoenix. The Arizona Department of Health Services does NOT require phlebotomists to be certified although it is strongly recommended as the majority of employers prefer certified a formally educated phlebotomist. It’s really pretty straightforward to become a phlebotomist in Arizona. The best ones are friendly, flexible, well-organized and can deal with a …

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Phlebotomy Training in Alaska

Phlebotomy Training Requirements for Alaska Alaska! Known for its amazing wildlife and challenging climate, it still has approximately 735,000 people that support the need for medical staff, including a demand for phlebotomists. The requirements may vary but at a minimum, a High School Diploma or GED along with acceptable training and work experience is required to be a Phlebotomist in Alaska. The regulatory board, Alaska Department of Health and Social Services, recommends applicants become certified …

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Phlebotomy Certification Alabama

Phlebotomy Certification Requirements for Alabama Alabama has a population of approximately 4.8 million with its capital in Montgomery and its largest city in Birmingham. The Alabama Department of Public Health does NOT require phlebotomists to be certified although it is strongly recommended, as the majority of employers prefer certified technicians. You must have a High School Diploma or GED along with acceptable training and work experience to be a Phlebotomist in Alabama. The regulatory board, …

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