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Last updated: October 5, 2021
Quick Stats:
  • Number of programs11
  • Average graduation rate65%
  • Average hourly wage: $16
  • Projected job growth28%
  • New jobs created annually, avg.350
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With a 28% job growth rate Indiana is looking to employ more phlebotomy techs than most of its neighbors. Combine that with the cost of living that is much lower than the national average and you get a great place to kickstart your career as a phlebotomist.

In terms of curriculum, Indiana phlebotomy programs are no different than those in other states.

Usually, you will start with Medical Terminology followed by Phlebotomy course itself and Clinical Externship.

Since classes are mostly offered by private institutions, pre-requisite requirements are designed to accommodate a wider range of students.

Now, it’s important to understand that enrolment to a phlebotomy class in Indiana is sometimes limited by the availability of a spot at the clinic to undergo work practice.

List of Indiana Phlebotomy Programs

Unfortunately, most of the schools for phlebotomy technicians are located in larger metropolitan areas, not to mention the choice is often limited to several institutions (with multiple locations).

In the case of Indiana, we recommend looking at online programs from trusted schools. Not only will it offer location flexibility, but also a chance to get enrolled for more advanced Medical Assistance courses with lower associated costs.

For a better choice of programs, you can use the below search form to find more programs, both online and brick-and-mortar schools.

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Indiana Phlebotomy Certification and Licensure

License required: No

Certification required: No

Like most other states, Indiana doesn’t impose requirements on phlebotomy certification and licensure at the state level.

With that being said, we still recommend obtaining a certification from NHA or ASCP before actually applying for jobs. Even the most basic level of certification from either of these two organizations will help in employment.

Having a phlebotomy diploma or certificate means you will likely need very basic preparation to pass any of these exams and the certification cost itself is more than affordable.

Indiana Phlebotomist Salaries

With the cost of living well under the national average, salary-wise Indiana is just slightly below USA-average numbers.

The difference in wages becomes even less obvious as you gain more experience (see 90th percentile in a table below, which normally represents technicians with 5 or more years of experience).

This is one of the reasons why we recommend setting up a solid foundation for your career by getting a certification from a third-party agency. Since these certifications are multi-tier and multi-level, you will be able to justify and sustain future wage growth by adding more layers of certification within a framework of a single certifying body (again, great examples are ASCP and NHA mentioned above that offer multiple levels of certification for phlebotomists).

In a table below you can see more detailed salary data broken down by areas, combined with a number of phlebotomists employed:

Resources

Indiana State Department of Health

Websitehttp://www.state.in.us/isdh
Phone: 317-233-1325
Address: 2 N Meridian St, Indianapolis, IN 46204, USA

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