Wilmington Phlebotomy Classes & Courses
Wilmington is the largest city in the small state of Delaware. It is also in close proximity to other, much larger cities in bordering states. Therefore, it is a great base from which to start your phlebotomy training and career in frontline health, technology, and research.
Here, we show you how you can start to study or work in phlebotomy in the Wilmington area of Delaware.
Considering phlebotomy training or education in and around Wilmington? Here are your options:
According to 2019 estimates, Wilmington has a population of just over 70,000. The wider Metropolitan Division, which includes New Castle County (DE), Cecil County in MD, and Salem County in NJ is estimated to take that number to 719,887. However, it is also part of the wider Delaware Valley Metropolitan Area, which also includes Philadelphia in PA and Camden in NJ.
Wilmington is a well-connected city, providing phlebotomists with many career and study choices. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) reports that as of 2019, 3,000 phlebotomists were operating in the Metropolitan Area (inclusive of Philadelphia).
Demand for phlebotomy jobs, in general, is expected to increase by 17.7% between 2019 and 2029 across the U.S. This is over double the rate of all jobs – currently projected at 7%.
There are many employers in Wilmington and the Metropolitan Area. The following is a sample list of employers in the city, which include healthcare providers, hospitals, care homes, and more:
The major websites monitoring and reporting pay present the following salary and hourly pay data for Wilmington phlebotomists:
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Location: Dover, DE 19901
Location: Dover, DE 19904