Corpus Christi Phlebotomy Classes & Courses
Corpus Christi is the 8th most populous city in Texas and the county seat of Nueces County. As such a great coastal city, phlebotomists – both qualified and in training – will find plenty of work in the region.
In this article, we list all your current training and employment opportunities in Corpus Christi.
Below you will find the choice for phlebotomy training in the city:
In 2019, a pre-census population estimate suggested there were 326,586 people in the city. The Metro Area population at the same time was 442,600, while the Statistical Area population was 516,793.
The most recent Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) report (which came out in June 2021) calculated 130 phlebotomists working in Corpus Christi. The total for Texas landed at 11,260.
One of the BLS’s main areas is to present the state of each industry in the United States, including growth statistics. It was reported in June 2021 that phlebotomy will grow 17% between 2019 and 2029. The average of all jobs is expected to grow by only 7%.
Phlebotomists seeking work in the city will find that the organizations below regularly hire phlebotomists. Operational areas include primary health and specialist care, nursing homes, rehabilitation, and blood and plasma services:
- Driscoll Children's Hospital
- Christus Health
- Fresenius Medical Care
- Radiology Associates LLP
Phlebotomy salaries vary by many factors, including where you live. According to the sources below, this is what you can expect to earn as a phlebotomist in Corpus Christi:
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