By Marcella Sanchez, CPT | Updated: Feb 7, 2022

Providence Phlebotomy Classes & Courses

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Providence, RI

Providence, the capital city of the nation's smallest state, is the third-most populous city in New England. That makes it a great place to either begin a career in phlebotomy or to find work in this important area of health.

This article highlights some of your best options for work and study in Providence.

Providence Phlebotomy Jobs by the Numbers

Government data estimates from 2019 suggest Providence's population in that year was 179,883. The Greater Metropolitan Area spills over into Massachusetts, including Warwick and Fall River. This combined population is estimated at 1.62 million.

In 2020, the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) published a new report stating that 960 phlebotomists operated throughout Providence. The total for the state was 860. It’s important to note that the 960 total included the Metropolitan Area, which incorporates Warwick and Fall River.

Phlebotomy demand is expected to increase 17% between 2019 and 2029. The collated average for all jobs in the same decade is 7%. This means phlebotomy will grow over twice as fast as average.

Phlebotomy Careers and Employers in Providence

Qualified phlebotomists seeking work in Providence will find the following are the most likely and common employers. They represent blood services, frontline health, and clinical diagnostics, among others:

Phlebotomist Salaries in Providence

Salary data is available across the web. The following sources report that phlebotomy pay in Providence is as follows:

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Other Phlebotomy Schools Nearby

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