Fort Lauderdale Phlebotomy Classes & Courses
Fort Lauderdale is a city just to the north of Miami and the county seat of Broward County. It is part of the Miami-Fort Lauderdale-West Palm Beach metropolitan area, the 8th largest metro area in the US.
In this article, we will show you how you can become a phlebotomist in Fort Lauderdale – both training and employment.
Before you work as a phlebotomist in Fort Lauderdale, you need the right training. Below is a list of your best education options:
According to a 2019 pre-census estimate, Fort Lauderdale's population was 182,437. It's part of the Miami Metropolitan Area which has a population of over 6.6m.
In their most recent report (June 2021) BLS reported that there were 1,940 phlebotomists in the Metropolitan Area. There are no specific figures for Fort Lauderdale. The total operating across Florida in the same report was 7,270.
The demand for phlebotomists between 2019 and 2029 is expected to grow 17%. In the same period, the average growth of all jobs is 7%.
If you're looking for employment opportunities in Fort Lauderdale, the organizations below offer new openings the most often. They are in frontline health, special clinics, blood services, rehabilitation, medical research, and diagnostics among others:
- Integrated Regional Laboratories
- Broward Health Medical Center
- Kindred Healthcare
- Holy Cross Hospital
The websites below have all collected and reported salary data based on self-reporting from professional phlebotomists in Fort Lauderdale, and from job listings:
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