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Working as a Paramedical Examiner can be an achievable way for a newly California Certified Phlebotomy Technician I to quickly start working.
Working as a Paramedical Examiner can also get a person the 1-2 year’s blood draw experience hospitals and clinics usually require when they’re hiring Phlebotomists.
If you’re training to become a Phlebotomist and haven’t heard of the possibility of working as a Paramedical Examiner before, here’s what you need to know.
A Paramedical Examiner (sometimes called a Mobile Phlebotomist) performs paramedical insurance exams for insurance companies that need to analyze the risk of insuring someone.
A paramedical exam will usually include these duties:
A Paramedical Examiner would visit the client’s home or workplace to perform the exam. And on a typical day, a Paramedical Examiner will perform multiple client exams.
A Paramedical Examiner requires a certain set of qualifications and skills to perform their job well.
Paramedical examiner companies expect their examiners to have:
With these qualifications and skills, what are the benefits of starting a phlebotomy career working as a Paramedical Examiner?
Working as a Paramedical Examiner has some unique benefits:
Another benefit is:
Paramedical exam companies usually don’t require their examiners to have the 1-2 year’s blood draw experience that many clinics and hospitals demand.
Frequently these healthcare companies require their examiner’s to have only previous phlebotomy experience (which can amount to the experience gained through a graduating a phlebotomy training course and obtaining CPT-1 certification), knowing they’ll also provide their examiners with on-the-job training before they start performing exams.
Some Phlebotomists find being a Paramedical Examiner is the perfect job for them.
They quickly enjoy the patient interaction, the freedom the job allows, and the way they can fit the work around their personal life.
However, if working at a clinic or hospital is your goal as a Phlebotomist, starting out working as a Paramedical Examiner can put you on the right road.
Either way, getting hired as a Paramedical Examiner can be a fast-track way to establish a phlebotomy career that can take you places.
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