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Hi there. A career offhand in the medical field that doesn't have too much contact with blood is Pharmacy. A pharmacist has a 4 year Doctorate degree on top of at minimum 2 years of undergraduate, or a 4 year Bachelor's. I'm currently in my third year of pharmacy school and the only time retail pharmacists normally see blood is when doing flu vaccines. Hospital pharmacists would see blood more often as a lot of them work on the floor with other medical professionals and see patients who are currently in the hospital.
I'd imagine a chiropractor wouldn't see blood, but that's a branch of medicine I'm not familiar with. You could look into Physical Therapy as well. Let me know if you have any follow up questions!