Chesapeake Phlebotomy Classes & Courses
Chesapeake is the second most populous independent city in the Commonwealth of Virginia. Trained phlebotomists and people considering studying any available training courses have plenty of opportunities to build a great career in the city.
Here, we lay out the information you need to get started (pay job demand, training opportunities) either as a student, or a trained professional, to work in Chesapeake and the surrounding area.
Phlebotomy Training Programs in Chesapeake
Looking for phlebotomy education available in Chesapeake? Here are your training options:
Chesapeake Phlebotomy Jobs by the Numbers
2020 estimates put the population of 249,422, the 90th largest city in the United States. It is part of the Virginia Beach-Norfolk-Newport Metropolitan Area. This Metropolitan Area has a calculated population of 1.799m people.
BLS estimated 820 phlebotomists in the Metro Area in its 2020 report. According to other data, over 600 of these are in Chesapeake specifically. Demand across the US for phlebotomists is expected to grow around 22% while the average in Virginia is expected to be much higher at 35%.
Phlebotomy Careers and Employers in Chesapeake
Below are the organizations and departments that commonly post job listings for phlebotomy in Chesapeake. They cover a range of areas including frontline health, emergency care, blood and plasma donations, and research:
- Patient First
- Chesapeake Regional Healthcare
- Precision Diagnostics
- Children's Hospital of the Kings
Phlebotomist Salaries in Chesapeake
The current pay data for phlebotomists in Chesapeake Virginia is as follows. The data varies as it's a mix of self-reported, industry supplied, and BLS survey information:
|BLS Annual Salary