Phlebotomist II can independently perform venipunctures and skin punctures on all age groups, from neonates through adults, to obtain blood specimens, knowledge of processing specimens for analysis, and the ability to utilize the appropriate computer systems to register patients, facilitate billing, accession laboratory specimens, and provide information. Phlebotomists are responsible for an interpersonal relationship with the patient who they are meant to collect blood samples from. It's the duty of a phlebotomist to make patients feel relaxed and protected while collecting a blood sample. The ability to explain the blood drawing process to patients and to show a comforting attitude toward patients creates an amiable environment.
High school diploma or equivalent required.
Phlebotomy experience that includes venipuncture, skin puncture, patient preparation and post collection transportation/processing.
Use of electronic health record and laboratory information systems preferred.
NAACLS (National Accrediting Agency for Clinical Laboratory Sciences) accredited Phlebotomy Training program.
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