Where to find phlebotomy training classes in Maine and where to apply after your training

Where to find phlebotomy training classes in Maine and where to apply after your training
October 23, 2012 Phlebotomy Training Group

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Maine offers residents and tourists a wide variety of vistas and recreational opportunities. If you prefer the beach to the forest, Bar Harbor and other Atlantic Coast towns fit the bill.

If you prefer the solitude of an area surrounded by trees, the inland towns of Oxford and Augusta may be more suited to your lifestyle.

No matter which area you choose, Maine has a number of opportunities for phlebotomists who have recently finished formal phlebotomy training programs and are ready to search for employment.

Phlebotomy Training in Maine and Employment Opportunities in the State.


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This state has one of the highest costs of living in the country, so it is important to compare the salaries and benefits packages offered by different employers. Overall, the cost of living is 12 percent higher in Portland, ME than the national average. Transportation costs are the same as the national average, but healthcare, utilities, housing, and groceries are all more expensive. In Portland, the median annual salary for a phlebotomist is $30,351. In Bangor, the third-largest city in the state, the median annual salary is $26,773. If you work in Augusta, Auburn, South Portland, or one of Maine’s other cities, expect to see salary fluctuations based on changes in the economy.

Finding Work in Maine After Completing Your Training

If you are not sure where to find employment, you have a number of options. Many phlebotomists work in hospitals, where they either work in outpatient laboratories or travel around the hospital and take blood from people who have been admitted. This job has a lot of variety, but it is also very demanding. If this does not sound like something you want to do after completing your training, consider sitting for the donor technician certification exam. If you pass this exam, you will be qualified to work at one of the blood banks in the state. Some of the most prominent hospitals are:

  • Maine Medical Center
  • Mercy Hospital of Portland
  • Eastern Maine Medical Center

Potential blood bank employers include the American Red Cross, Portland Biologicals, Blue Hill Memorial Hospital, Down East Community Hospital, and Inland Hospital.

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