D-H Nashua Milford


New to Phlebotomy? Experienced, already? Please read on!

This is a part-time, 20-hour per week, day-shift position working from 8:00am-12:00pm located at our Milford Clinic. Training for this position will be full-time hours from 8am-4:30pm for the first 8 – 12 weeks.

Are you an experienced Phlebotomist looking to transition your career to a new organization? Or, are you someone who is looking to move to a new and rewarding (and growing!) field? Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center and Clinics invites you to apply for our exciting opportunities. Read more below!

Are you new to Phlebotomy? Find out more about our Phlebotomist Training Program through DHMC’s Workforce Readiness Institute here: Phlebotomist Training Program. This is on-the-job training program – you will spend time in the department and with the Workforce Readiness Institute team.

DHMC and Clinics has a Phlebotomist Career Ladder which means that you will start as a Phlebotomist Trainee in the WRI program and learn the basic competencies of the role. Upon completion of your first 6 weeks and 100 unaided-successful sticks, you are eligible to sit for the ASCP Phlebotomy Technician certification, paid for by us! Additionally, you move into the Advanced Trainee level. From there, with further training and experience, you work toward earning the national certification, as well as using your knowledge to train new team members. The Career Ladder affords you the opportunity to grow in the department while also seeing your hourly rate increase as you meet the competencies.

Do you already have phlebotomy experience or training? We have open positions and the Career Ladder still applies to you!

The position requires a High School Diploma or equivalent, a focus on customer service and providing a great patient experience, along with the ability to work in a fast-paced environment. To be hired directly, you must have completed a Phlebotomy training program or have prior phlebotomy experience. Our Phlebotomists (currently a team of 40), work various shifts – mornings, days, evenings or nights, and rotating weekends and holiday coverage is required. DHMC and Clinics offers generous shift differentials where appropriate.

Unsure of what to do? Apply anyway – even if you have no experience and are interested, and we will help you navigate where you should be!

An integral part of our hospital operations – the role of the Phlebotomist is a key player in the facilitation of collecting and passing along a vital piece of information to our Laboratory and Pathologists to help DHMC and Clinics achieve its mission of providing each person the best care, in the right place, at the right time, every time. The Phlebotomist collects blood samples from patients of all ages. Identifies patients and procures samples.


  1. Independently obtains blood specimens from patients. Identifies patients and labels specimens following departmental procedure.
  2. Maintains knowledge of complex specimen requirements, and follows the correct order of draw based on tube type and special handling of tests. Utilizes proper resources for obtaining specimen requirement information.
  3. Performs various assigned functions related to demographic data, test requisitioning, keyboarding, data entry, updating, uploading, making encounters and printing of files labels and reports.
  4. Retrieves and provides data.
  5. Responds to radio and text pages and collects samples from patients as designated.
  6. Maintains and tracks patient wait times.
  7. Utilizes the pneumatic tube system (PTS) or hand carries specimens to the Laboratory.
  8. Completes and processes a variety of forms, as dictated by the department. Obtains pre-authorizations and patient signatures.
  9. Prepares specimens for in-lab testing or off-site shipment. Processes specimens that require special handling according to established procedures or protocols.
  10. Resolves problems as they arise, keeping leadership apprised of the situation.
  11. Serves as preceptor for orienting and training new trainees and team members.
  12. Supervises trainees, as needed, during hand-on practicum. Supports the training program by instructing trainees, administering and grading quizzes.
  13. Ensures blood drawing stations are clean and well stocked.
  14. Performs other duties as required or assigned.


  • High school graduate or the equivalent required.
  • Certified phlebotomist and trained preceptor, with greater than 18 months phlebotomy experience.
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills required.
  • Proven work experience with the public.
  • Strong computer ability desired.
  • Applicant must be honest, dependable, able to multi-task, and be detail oriented.

Required Licensure/Certifications

– BLS certification required within 60 Days
– Certified Phlebotomist, ASCP preferred.

Don’t meet every single requirement?

Studies have shown that women and people of color are less likely to apply to jobs unless they meet every single qualification. At Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center and Clinics, we are dedicated to building a diverse, inclusive and authentic workplace, so if you’re excited about this role but your past experience doesn’t align perfectly with every qualification in the job description, we encourage you to apply anyway. You may be just the right candidate for this or other roles.

  • Area of Interest: Allied Health;
  • FTE/Hours per pay period: 0.50 – 20 hrs/per week;
  • Shift: Day;
  • Job ID: 20102;

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