There are schools offering phlebotomy certifications in Georgia!
Schools Offering Phlebotomy Programs in Georgia
The top-ranked school in Georgia that has a phlebotomy program is Southern Crescent Technical College. Southern Crescent Technical College, which was ranked 82nd in the country in 2010, is located in Griffin. 32 students graduated with a certificate in phlebotomy from Southern Crescent Technical College in 2010. Southern Crescent Technical College charged in-state students $2,268 in tuition fees per year.
Southeastern Technical College, which is located in Vidalia, is the second-ranked school in Georgia that has a phlebotomy program. It received a ranking of 83rd in the country in 2010. In 2010, Southeastern Technical College graduated 12 students from its phlebotomy program. The tuition rate at Southeastern Technical College was $2,268 per year.
Ogeechee Technical College, which is located in Statesboro, is the third-ranked school in Georgia that has a phlebotomy program. It received a ranking of 83rd in the country in 2010. In 2010, 24 students graduated from Ogeechee Technical College phlebotomy program. Students at Ogeechee Technical College paid $2,283 per year in tuition fees.
Phlebotomy schools in Georgia, charge students an average tuition of $2,343 per year. But, tuition can be as much as $3,086 per year, or as little as $1,863 per year. In 2010, the following Georgia phlebotomy schools had the highest tuition rates:
- Bainbridge College - located in Bainbridge, students are charged $3,086 per year
- Darton College - located in Albany, students are charged $2,714 per year
- Wiregrass Georgia Technical College - located in Valdosta, students are charged $2,528 per year
The lowest tuition rates at Georgia phlebotomy schools were charged at the following schools:
- Athens Technical College - located in Athens, students are charged $1,863 per year
- Central Georgia Technical College - located in Macon, students are charged $1,863 per year
- Southwest Georgia Technical College - located in Thomasville, students are charged $2,268 per year
A phlebotomy certificate from a Georgia school... what next?
The highest percentage of phlebotomy graduates in Georgia pursue careers as a phlebotomist. 8,870 phlebotomists were working in Georgia in 2010. The largest populations of Georgia phlebotomists are working in the following counties:
- Barrow County - 5,120 phlebotomists
- Appling County - 410 phlebotomists
- Burke County - 380 phlebotomists
The government projects that by 2018, the number of phlebotomists in the state of Georgia will grow to 7,860. This would require a 28% growth in the profession.
A phlebotomist in Georgia earns $33,250 per year on average. But, salaries for phlebotomists can vary. In 2010, phlebotomists made as little as less than $16,300 per year or as much as more than $57,870 per year in Georgia. On average a phlebotomist earns the most in the following Georgia counties:
- Bulloch County - $38,370 per year
- Murray County - $37,200 per year
- Burke County - $36,700 per year
The Georgia counties with the lowest average salary for phlebotomists are:
- Brooks County - $24,860 per year
- Appling County - $25,740 per year
- Baldwin County - $27,250 per year
Take a look at the graphs and charts below for additional Georgia statistics regarding a career in phlebotomy and to compare salaries with a variety of related fields such as allied health or phlebotomy.
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- Certificate in Phlebotomy in Georgia
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|Rank||Profession||Employment Number||Avg Salary||Job Growth (past 5 yrs)|
|Medical and Clinical Laboratory Technicians||8,870||$33,250||97.1%|
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