St. Petersburg Phlebotomy Classes & Courses
St. Petersburg is Florida's fifth most populous city and the second in the Tampa Bay Area. With such a large area to serve, phlebotomists should find it relatively easy to find both training and employment opportunities there.
Here, we provide the information you need to get started – whether that is starting a new training course or career or moving to the city.
Your education and training choices around St Petersburg in Florida to become a phlebotomist are here:
The Federal 2020 census listed St Petersburg's population as 258,308. That makes it the country's 79th largest city. The Urban Area (it's part of the Tampa Bay Area) had 2,441,770 people at the same time while the Metro Area had 2,870,569.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics’ most recent report (from 2020) lists 1,100 phlebotomists in Tampa-St Petersburg-Clearwater Metro Area. It is uncertain how many of these operate in St Petersburg specifically. Demand increase for phlebotomists between 2020 and 2030 is 22% across the US while in Florida that is slightly higher at 31%.
St Petersburg has a number of potential employers for phlebotomists. They operate in a range of health and research fields, listed here:
- HCA Florida Northside Hospital
- BioTek America
- Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital
What can you expect to earn as a phlebotomist in St Petersburg? The range of sources shows pay is as follows, with variations due to sources and collection methods – self-reporting, industry supplied, and surveyed.
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