By Marcella Sanchez, CPT | Updated: May 8, 2022

Phlebotomy Schools in Kansas

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Phlebotomy is the taking of blood samples for testing. Since so many medical diagnoses and treatments rely on the information gained from blood tests, the demand for phlebotomists is high. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, there are currently 1,210 phlebotomists in Kansas, and the mean wage is $34,260.

This makes phlebotomy a good career choice for those who want to get into something with plenty of openings. It also doesn’t take long to learn the profession, which is a big bonus for anyone who wants to get a quick start into a reliable career.

How Can I Find the Best Phlebotomy Training Program Near Me?

Since many schools and training centers offer phlebotomy training, it’s important to check them thoroughly. This is because only some of them provide respected credentials.

Look for a school that is accredited by one of the national phlebotomy accrediting agencies. One such agency is the National Phlebotomy Association, but there are also others that will work. Research any agencies that you don’t recognize.

Next, make sure there are both classroom and practical modules in the program. The practical module is what gives you hands-on practice, and is required for certification in most states. A good program will deliver a mandatory minimum of 120 hours of practical experience, and you should have to perform at least 100 blood collections by yourself in order to pass, as well.

While many online programs exist, a 100%-online system cannot offer a practical component. The practical portion must be completed physically, because it involves hands-on training. Therefore, it is best to choose either offline or combination offline/online programs.

What Is the Phlebotomy Certification/Licensing Process in Kansas?

Kansas does not require a certification or license to practice phlebotomy. However, employers will be much more likely to hire you as a dedicated phlebotomist if you get a certification from one of the national certifying agencies. Many employers prefer or even require a credential from the American Society of Clinical Pathologists ASCP Board of Certification, which is a national organization.

Where Can I Find a Job As a Phlebotomist in Kansas?

Many clinics, hospitals, and other medical centers are looking for phlebotomists in Kansas. At the time of this writing, there are positions advertised for phlebotomists by organizations such as:

  • University of Kansas Health System
  • Veterans Affairs in Wichita
  • LabCorp in Lenexa

What Is the Salary for a Phlebotomist in Kansas?

The mean wage is $34,260, and the mean hourly wage is $15.81. It is important to remember that the mean is just a central point. Entry-level employees often make less, while supervisors and those with plenty of experience may make a good amount more.

Because of the expected wages, many who start out as phlebotomists may choose to add other forms of medical support expertise to their repertoires over time. This will increase their value to their employers. However, phlebotomy is a great starting point for anyone who wants a way to quickly get into the medical field – and quickly find employment.

Phlebotomy Schools By City

The following cities in Kansas offer phlebotomy training schools and courses.