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Last updated: October 5, 2021
Quick Stats:
  • Number of programs24
  • Average graduation rate46%
  • Average hourly wage: $15
  • Projected job growth55%
  • New jobs created annually, avg.200
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Utah has the highest (together with Arizona) job growth rate for phlebotomists across all of the states – an impressive 44% increase by 2026.

With a reasonable cost of living and education, along with great (combined with the cost of living) wages, it’s an ideal state to start your career as a phlebotomist.

To enable future phlebotomists to enter the job market quickly, phlebotomy training programs in Utah schools are designed to be short-paced and teach only required theory and practical skills.

When requesting a curriculum from the school of your choice you will often see Phlebotomy Orientation, Theory, and Practical as core (and often the only) courses.

Again, because of more and more technicians needed by healthcare institutions across the state, program requirements are often limited to being 18 years of age or older and being a high-school graduate.

Some schools may still request immunizations and drug tests passed.

List of Utah Phlebotomy Programs

To satisfy the growing demand of phlebotomists, 30th-most-populous, and 11th-least-densely populated state has an impressive offering of 24 Phlebotomy and Medical assistance programs.

Classes are offered through technical, career and community colleges with more options available in bigger cities like Salt Lake – Provo, but still a decent choice in less-populated areas like Logan and Saint George.

You can also use the form below to find more training opportunities and online programs:

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Utah Phlebotomy Certification and Licensure

License required: No

Certification required: No

No licensing and certification are required by the Utah State Department of Health to start practicing phlebotomy.

Given impressive job growth and amount of new jobs created, you often can enter the workforce with no certification at all, or have on-the-job training.

Still, if you want to land a better job with a better compensation package (and not just an average job) we recommend getting an ASCP or NHA phlebotomy certification right after your graduation from a phlebotomy training program.

Utah Phlebotomist Salaries

Salaries for phlebotomists in Utah who are only starting their career are on par with what you can get in neighboring states and national average.

However, as you progress in your career and get more experience (usually after 3-5 years), it may be high to sustain a steady rate increase.

Again, it has to do a lot with more job opportunities available for phlebotomists and new technicians entering the workforce.

Here’s a comparison of Utah wages with those of other states:

For more detailed Georgia local salary data, please see the table below:

Resources

Utah Department of Health

Websitehttps://health.utah.gov
Phone: 801-538-6003
Address: 288 N 1460 W, Salt Lake City, UT 84116

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