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Phlebotomy Jobs in New York City, NY

Shell Lab Associate

Randstad USA

Hauppauge, NY

MEDICAL LAB ASSISTANT/TECHNICIAN FOR VIROLOGY

Innovative Health Diagnostics

$12 - $17 / Per Hour

Brooklyn, NY

Lab Technician/ Med Tech/Test Technician

TechSnazzy Consulting Services

$25 - $35 / Per Hour

Tarrytown, NY

Laboratory Supervisor - Chemistry/Hematology

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Hicksville, NY

Phlebotomist

City Health Partners LLC

West Orange, NJ

Lab Assistant (Temp, 40 Hours)

BioReference Laboratories

ELMWOOD PARK, NJ

Lab Assistant (PT, 25 Hours)

BioReference Laboratories

ELMWOOD PARK, NJ

Flow Cytometry Laboratory Supervisor

siParadigm

Pine Brook, NJ

Calibration Lab Supervisor

Trescal Inc

Boonton, NJ

New York City Phlebotomy Jobs Overview

Blood analysis is vital to healthcare, as is blood collection—especially during natural disasters and emergencies. During a crisis, phlebotomy jobs keep the medical system running by drawing blood from people lining up to make donations and transporting it safely to those who need it most. Think about the last time you had blood drawn. If it was a good experience, your phlebotomist was likely skilled, confident, compassionate, and above all else, gentle. What you didn't see behind the scenes was just as important. To ensure your test results would be accurate, your phlebotomist:

  • Had an organized workspace.
  • Was meticulous about how they handled and labeled your blood sample.
  • Recorded precise information to track your sample through the testing process.
  • Followed safety protocol and department procedures to the letter.

Jobs in phlebotomy demand precision along with techniques to reassure anxious patients. In any workday, you could draw blood from a wide range of people, including children, older adults, and those with mental health conditions. You might also assist with urinalysis and glucose testing. Phlebotomy is one of the quickest ways to get into the healthcare field. And it's a job in a very stable industry that continuously needs workers. In fact, the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) projects a 17% growth in phlebotomy jobs over the next 10 years, which is much faster than average.

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About Working in New York City, New York

New York City's five unique boroughs—Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, the Bronx, and Staten Island—make up the largest city in the U.S. Known world-wide as "the Big Apple," NYC is home to the United Nations, Broadway, the Statue of Liberty, Central Park, and world-renowned museums like the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Museum of Modern Art, and the American Museum of Natural History, among many others. These iconic institutions and landmarks are just a few of the reasons why NYC consistently ranks among the best cities in the world. Interested in working in the city that never sleeps? New York City is a global economic hub, which means you can find NYC jobs at one of the many Fortune 500 companies located here.

Looking to earn good pay at an NYC job? You're in luck—New York City has one of the highest average salaries in the country. And job opportunities in the area aren't just limited to the five boroughs—you can also find jobs in nearby cities such as New Rochelle, White Plains, and Yonkers.

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How Much Do Phlebotomy Jobs Pay in New York City, New York?

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