This is, for now, be my last post on Phlebotomy and I hope I shed some light on this interesting line of medical work. This post will highlight some rewards and challenges of the Traveling Phlebotomist.
Traveling phlebotomy jobs can be among the most exciting experiences, but they are also some of the most challenging in this field. Traditionally, those with the skills to perform blood draws, work in a lab near their home and often have standard business hours. However, that is not the case for those individuals who are traveling Phlebotomists.
Because there is a shortage of qualified phlebotomy technicians with the necessary skills, many companies will pay you to travel to various locations where those shortages are to perform the tasks required. If this sounds good to you, then keep reading.
Local Traveling Phlebotomy Jobs
Local traveling phlebotomy jobs are a popular option because they will keep you close to your home. You may work in the local area traveling to and from the various doctor’s offices and clinics and even to people’s homes to perform blood draws.