Phlebotomy training in Arkansas is possible in several cities. The state has several phlebotomy programs in community colleges and training centers. They prepare jobseekers for a career as a phlebotomist, or educate students that seek a national certification.
Browse the listings below to find a local phlebotomy program. Phlebotomy training can be completed in-person in the cities of Helena, Pocahontas, Newport, Leachville, Mountain Home, Harrison, Pine Bluff, Texarkana, Hot Springs, El Dorado, and Hot Springs.
Check out the classes below and apply to the best class for you.
Featured Phlebotomy Classes in Arkansas
- M.S. in Nursing with an Emphasis in Leadership in Health Care Systems (Bridge)
- MSN - Family Nurse Practitioner
- RN to MSN - Family Nurse Practitioner
- Master of Science in Nursing: Nursing Administration
- Master of Science in Nursing: Nurse Educator
- Master of Science in Nursing - Nursing Administration
- Medical Assisting, AAS
- Nursing Completion Program, BS
- Nursing, MSN
- Nursing (RN to BSN)
- RN to Master of Science in Nursing with a specialization in Family Nurse Practitioner (RN-MSN)
- Post Graduate Certificate in Nursing with a specialization in Adult-Gerontology Primary Care Nurse Practitioner
- And more...
- Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN)
More Phlebotomy Training in Arkansas
|Phillips Community College||1000 Campus Rd Helena-West Helena, AR 72342, ||http://www.pccua.edu/alliedhealth/Phlebotomy.htm
|Black River Technical College|| 1410 Arkansas 304 E Pocahontas, AR 72455, ||http://www.blackrivertech.org/prospective-students/academic-programs/phlebotomy
|Arkansas State University - Newport||7648 Victory Blvd Newport, AR 72112,||http://www.asun.edu/programs/
|Arkansas Northeastern College|| 105 S Main St Leachville, AR 72438,||http://www.anc.edu/allied_health/phlebotomy.htm
|Arkansas State University-Mountain||1600 S College St Mountain Home, AR 72653||http://www.asumh.edu/programs/certificate-of-proficiency-in-phlebotomy-(cp).dot
|North Arkansas College|| 1515 Pioneer Dr Harrison, AR 72601||http://www.northark.edu/academics_programs/degree_plans.aspx
|Southeast Arkansas College||1900 S Hazel St Pine Bluff, AR 71603||http://18.104.22.168:8900/academics/phlebotomy.php
|UAMS AHEC Southwest||300 E 6th St Texarkana, AR ||http://ruralhealth.uams.edu/ahecsw/chrp/phleb/CourseInfo
|National Park Community College||101 College Dr|
Hot Springs, AR
|South Arkansas Community College||300 SW Ave El Dorado, AR 71730||http://www.southark.edu/en/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=323&Itemid=552&lang=en
|Petra Allied Health||2212 Malvern Ave; Hot Springs National Park, AR ||http://www.petraalliedhealth.com/?page_id=114
What’s the Average Salary of a Phlebotomy Technician in Arkansas?
A phlebotomist in Arkasas has an annual salary of $33,000, just shy of the national average. On the bright side, the cost of living in Arkansas ranks at #5. Even with the slightly lower salary, your paycheck will allow you to buy much more in Arkansas than in other states.
How’s the Job Outlook for Phlebotomists in Arkansas?
Arkansas’ unemployment rate is just below the national average, and it’s economy is a little above average at #20 out of 50. With the great cost of living, Arkansas is a bit better than average state to start a phlebotomy career.
The great news is that phlebotomy jobs are on the rise nationally. As the economy continues to improve, the cheap cost of living will make Arkansas even better for phlebotomy careers.
The chart below graphs the trends of phlebotomy jobs in the United States.