Phlebotomists give their job an average rating of 4.0 out of 5.0. The Phlebotomists happiest with their jobs are employed by Memorial Hermann Hospital with an average rating of 5.0 while the Phlebotomists least happy with their jobs work for Rheumatology Associates with an average rating of 1.8.Submit a Review
"I truly loved being a phlebotomist just being in contact with patients, which after 15 years I really became close to them, just enjoyed making them comfortable. I just didn't like that we were always short staffed and never appreciated."
"I love getting to meet the patients and try to ease their worries about having blood drawn I have been told that I was above average in my job rated by my coworkers and supervisors."
"Just not my cup of tea!!!"
"I enjoy meeting the patient and their families and knowing I'm helping with their treatment. I mostly enjoy seeing patients recover and being discharged! I find it upsetting when I meet a patient and they're not doing so well, and within a matter of time they expire especially when it's unexpected."
"I love that I'm very good at it, meeting new people, the technology is fascinating as the scientific aspect. I hate that am torturing the kids, most do well, but some no matter what you do they think I'm going to kill them. No matter how many years and hundreds of thousands I still hate it, but I'm a professional and it gets done in less time than they know."
"There is nothing that I hate about it. I just love helping people and being someone important."
"I enjoyed the work, even though it is not a pleasant step to a patient that is trying to cope with their illness, I felt that it was my job to make the experience as pleasant as possible, and how it made a difference in the lives of the patient. I enjoyed the people I worked with. It was a friendly and fun atmosphere and I actually enjoyed going into work each morning. I felt the leadership team was great as well. They knew all of their employees on a first name basis."
"I love phlebotomy all around, you can always learn something new in that field. But it is really hard to get a job as a phlebotomist because their positions are always full."
"I love the patient care setting and working with current medical technology."
"I really don't have any reasons not to like what I do. If so I would've never got into the CPT I field. I love to enter act with different patients that I draw. I am very much a people person and I love enter action."
"All the phlebotomists there are very highly trained and know what they are doing."
"I love being able to create a bond with the patients and co workers I work with."
"I love being a phlebotomy supervisor. I chose this career in 1998. I wouldn't change my profession for nothing. I like to help people"
"I love my career choice. Being a phlebotomist has been such a forfilling setting for me. I enjoy that I meet new people daily yet hold relationships with people who have to come back continually for blood work. I like that I am the start of the life line for people and I hold a big responsibility for what they are going through. If I don't do my job correctly and sufficiently it has a big impact on what happens. I look forward to where this career choice is going to take me."
"I love helping people. When I draw blood I know I am helping people because I'm helping them and the doctors know what's going on inside of there bodies. Now as a referral coordinator I help patients get to the specialists needed to make there lives better. At the end of the day you feel great about that."
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