Detroit Phlebotomy Classes & Courses
Detroit is the largest city in Michigan, the largest along the United States-Canada border, and the 24th most populous U.S. city. Therefore, phlebotomists – either qualified or in training – will find ample opportunity to work and study.
Here, we present your options for entering a career in phlebotomy or finding work in the city if already qualified.
Your current training and education options for phlebotomy in Detroit are as follows:
According to statistical estimates, Detroit's population in 2019 was 670,031. That population increases to 4.3 million when including Metro Detroit (the wider metropolitan area). This makes it the second-largest metro area in the Midwest.
Detroit's prominence on the border and in the state means phlebotomists have plenty of options regarding their careers. The U.S. Bureau of Statistics (BLS) reported in 2019 that 970 phlebotomists were operating in the city while statewide, that number increases to 3,420.
The BLS report also reported an expected 17.7% demand increase for phlebotomists nationwide between 2019 and 2029, while the average of all jobs was just 7%. This means that phlebotomists will enjoy higher than average demand in the coming years.
Phlebotomists in Detroit will find many organizations in the city offering employment. The most common employers include frontline health, blood banks, research labs, and medical supply. Examples include:
- Barbara Ann Karmanos Cancer
- DMC Harper University
- University of Michigan
- Beaumont Health
- American Health Associates
The following sources collate and collect employment data on a wide range of industries. They currently report the following wages for phlebotomy in Detroit:
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