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Last updated May 11 2022
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Phlebotomist Reviews

What is it like working as a Phlebotomist?

May 2015
Nash Phleb.
Pros: Patient interaction.
Cons: Death, major/traumatic injuries.
May 2015
Listen, and watch and learn.
My advice practice, palpating and find veins and interacting with the patient and asking the patient their pain level. Do not get frustrated and give up. Also anchor the vein down always. It takes time. Something do not learn overnight. It take time and patience. The first few years I was going to quit because I did not like drawing blood. I kept at drawing blood and learn from your experience. Remember patient is watching every move, from the time you call the patient back and sitting them down in the draw chair, the patient is always watching. Listen to the patient. And work with the patient. Have fun and it amazing how much impact in 5 min with the patient while drawing blood and very rewarding helping out the patient.
June 2015
I enjoy it very much.
Pros: Work by myself great suporvisor.
June 2015
The hours, working holidays, not much advancement.
Always work weekends, very stressful.
June 2015
Not an easy job.
Be confident In your skills.
August 2015
Pros: Benefits.
Cons: Short staffed.
October 2015
Pros: Being part of the patients care plan.
Cons: Long hours.

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