El Paso Phlebotomy Classes & Courses
El Paso is the 6th largest city in Texas and one of many on the U.S. side of the Rio Grande border with Mexico. As it is a crossing point and a hub of activity, it makes for a great place to work in phlebotomy.
Below we present all your best training and education options to help you find gainful employment as a phlebotomist in El Paso.
The following phlebotomy training opportunities are available in El Paso:
A 2019 pre-census estimate put the population of El Paso at 681,728 people (city proper). At the same time, the metropolitan area population was 843,725 – covering El Paso and Hudspeth.
The most recent U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics report (released 2021) claimed 430 phlebotomists were operational in El Paso. The state's total was 11,260 at the same time.
Phlebotomy has been highlighted as one of the best career choices over the next decade, as there is an expected 17% demand increase in employment through 2029. Compare that to the average of all jobs, which will experience just 7% growth.
There are plenty of career opportunities in and around El Paso for phlebotomists, including at the below organizations. They represent R&D, hospitals and clinics, and medical equipment organizations:
- Las Palmas Medical Center – El Paso
- El Paso Children's Hospital
- BTL Technologies Inc
- Fresenius Medical Care
Salaries will vary depending on where you work. The data below is what each of the following sources reports is the average pay for phlebotomists in El Paso:
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