Oklahoma City Phlebotomy Classes & Courses
Oklahoma City is both the capital and the largest city of the state of the same name. Due to its place as a hub in the state, it is a great place to train and work as a phlebotomist.
In this article, we highlight a range of the best opportunities currently open to anyone considering phlebotomy in Oklahoma City, including employment outlook and salary data.
Oklahoma City currently has the following education and training options throughout the city:
According to estimates taken in 2019, the population of Oklahoma City was 662,314. The Metropolitan Area's population was estimated at 1.39 million, while the Greater Statistical Area population was 1.49 million.
The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) released its most recent report in 2019. It determined that 790 phlebotomists operated in Oklahoma City. Comparatively, the state's total number of phlebotomists was estimated at 1,740.
The BLS also reported that demand for all jobs would grow 7% over the decade between 2019-2029. However, phlebotomy represents a great career choice in that demand will increase around 17% in that same period.
Those looking for phlebotomy jobs in Oklahoma City will find plenty of open doors to explore their professional interests. Organizations operating in the city that regularly hire phlebotomists range from frontline health (hospitals and clinics) to blood services to research and education. Typical employers in the area include:
- Community Health Centers of Oklahoma
- Integris Health
- Oklahoma Heart Hospital
- INTEGRIS Community Hospital
- Oklahoma Blood Institute
Below, you will find the current salary data for Oklahoma City phlebotomists as reported by the following sources:
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