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Last updated: October 5, 2021
Quick Stats:
  • Number of programs50
  • Average graduation rate30%
  • Average hourly wage: $15
  • Projected job growth31%
  • New jobs created annually, avg.850
north carolina

North Carolina shows a higher than average phlebotomist job growth rate compared to other states, with approx. 850 new job openings every year.

As in other states, North Carolina schools usually offer two-semester phlebotomy programs where the first semester is theory and the second semester is practice at a hospital or medical lab.

Since the second portion of training requires direct supervision, these programs don’t accept more than 10-15 students each year.

Pre-requisites for North Carolina programs are pretty much the same as for the rest of the nation – GED or high-school diploma, immunizations, background check, and drug screening.

Apart from that, some schools want you to pass Basic Life Support (BLS) for Healthcare Providers certificate from American Heart Association (AHA) by the first day of class. Please clarify this specific requirement with your school of choice.

List of North Carolina Phlebotomy Programs

With very few exceptions North Carolina schools offer phlebotomy classes as part of Medical & Clinical Assistance Programs.

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North Carolina Phlebotomy Certification and Licensure

License required: No

Certification required: No

Neither state-regulated certification, nor licensing are required to practice phlebotomy in North Carolina. In that sense The Old North State doesn’t differ from many states across the country.

However, today a voluntary certification from a third-party institution like ASCP is becoming a standard for both employers and aspiring phlebotomists. You can check our detailed guide to phlebotomy certifications here.

North Carolina Phlebotomist Salaries

By both hourly wage and annual salary North Carolina ranks on par with nation average. The state is ranked #22 in annual cost of living research. Still, much faster than average job growth rate for phlebotomists makes it an attractive option for those who want to start career in this space.

You can see detailed breakdown of salaries for Alabama metropolitan areas below:

Resources

N.C. Division of Public Health

Websitehttps://publichealth.nc.gov/
Phone: 919-707-5000 Fax: 919-870-4829
Address: 5605 Six Forks Rd.
Raleigh, NC 27609

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