Tallahassee Phlebotomy Classes & Courses
Tallahassee is Florida's capital city but not the largest by population (Miami is). However, as a central hub, there are plenty of great opportunities to work in phlebotomy – and to study and train for this essential career.
This article provides all the information you need to get started as a student, or an employee in the city. Whether you're looking for pay rates, job demand, or who might hire you, it's all here.
Tallahassee residents considering their education options currently have the following to explore:
The US government collects census data every ten years with the most recent in 2020. That report found 196,169 people living in the city of Tallahassee. The Urban and Metro area populations were 240,223 and 385,145 respectively.
2020 also saw the release of the Bureau of Labor Statistics’ most recent biennial report. It found an average phlebotomist job demand increase of 22% for the US between 2020 and 2030. However, demand in Florida will be higher at 30%. According to that same report, 140 phlebotomists currently operate in Tallahassee.
Which employers operate in and around Tallahassee? These organizations work in blood and plasma donation, frontline health, specialist clinics, cancer care, research, academia, and other relevant areas:
- Tallahassee Memorial Healthcare
- Florida Cancer Specialists & Research Institute
- CSL Plasma
- Bond Community Healthcare
Pay rates for phlebotomists in Tallahassee have been reported as follows. Pay varies due to reporting sources, sample sizes, and how they are processed:
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