By Marcella Sanchez, CPT | Updated: Feb 15, 2022

Syracuse Phlebotomy Classes & Courses

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Syracuse, NY

Syracuse is the fifth most populous city in New York and the economic hub of the central area of the state. This regional importance means phlebotomists will find it a great place to start a rewarding healthcare career.

In this article, we present some of your most essential training options and employment opportunities for phlebotomists in Syracuse.

Syracuse Phlebotomy Jobs by the Numbers

Syracuse is an important city in central New York – an educational and economic hub with a population of 142,327, according to a 2019 estimate. The Metropolitan Area population was reported at 662,577.

The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) collects data on every industry every two years. The most recent report came out in June 2021. It found 160 phlebotomists operated in Syracuse, while 5,800 were active across New York.

This report also projected a 17% phlebotomy demand increase between 2019 and 2029. Comparatively, the demand for all jobs will grow by just 7%, making phlebotomy a stable and wise career choice.

Phlebotomy Careers and Employers in Syracuse

Phlebotomists in Syracuse will find many options for employment. The employers below regularly hire phlebotomists in the region. They represent diagnostics, frontline health, blood banks, and more:

Phlebotomist Salaries in Syracuse

The salary data below detail current salaries for phlebotomists in Syracuse:

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Other Phlebotomy Schools Nearby

Do you live outside the city of Syracuse? Search phlebotomy training programs in cities near you in Syracuse. Check out our listings below to find traditional, online, or hybrid classes near you.


Cazenovia College

Location: Cazenovia, NY 13035