What Is a Person Who Takes Blood Called?

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A phlebotomist is a medical professional who is trained to draw blood samples from a patient for medical examination in a laboratory. A phlebotomist has the responsibility of drawing blood from a patient without injuring or troubling the nursing care they are getting at that moment.
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In a hospital or laboratory setting, the person who draws a patient's blood is called a phlebotomist. If a phlebotomist is not available, a nurse or other ...
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