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Kentucky Phlebotomy Training & Certification Resources

Kentucky Phlebotomy Training & Certification Resources
October 21, 2012 Phlebotomy Training Group

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Kentucky is known for rolling hills, lush forests, and the Kentucky Derby, one of the most famous horse races in the world.

For newly trained phlebotomists, the state is also home to thousands of employment opportunities in hospitals, blood banks, and private medical groups.

If you just completed a phlebotomy program, now is the time to prepare your job application materials and start looking for openings.

Kentucky Phlebotomy Schools and Employment Opportunities in the State's Major Healthcare Institutions

Before searching for job advertisements in the phlebotomy field, you should be prepared to send in a cover letter and resume for each opening. If you prepare your application materials ahead of time, you will not have to scramble to get them together when you see an opening that fits your skills and knowledge. If you completed a formal phlebotomy course, your instructor may have had you prepare a resume or participate in mock interviews to prepare you for your job search. Brush up on your skills by reviewing interview questions for phlebotomists or asking an experienced professional what it really means to be a phlebotomist.

Once you are ready to apply for jobs, ask people you know if they have heard about any job openings at local medical facilities. Some employers do not always place advertisements when jobs open up, so asking for referrals is a more effective way to search for a job. If you do not get any referrals, try traditional ad sources such as newspapers and sites like Craigslist and Monster.com. Make sure your resume and cover letter are printed on plain white paper and have no spelling or grammar mistakes.

Schools in Kentucky

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Finding Employment as a Phlebotomist in Kentucky’s Major Healthcare Institutions

Kentucky’s largest cities are Louisville and Lexington, with Bowling Green, Owensboro, and Covington coming in close behind. In Louisville, the median annual salary for a phlebotomist is $28,899. The salary is significantly lower in Bowling Green, with a difference of about $3,000 between the two cities. Appalachian Regional Healthcare, Baptist Healthcare System, Caldwell County Hospital, Clark Regional Medical Center, and Kindred Healthcare are just a few of the potential employers.

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