Mobile Phlebotomy Services Bay Area

For many, the idea of going to a lab and getting your blood drawn is a nerve-wracking experience. The thought of battling traffic and then waiting in line for hours on end is not a pleasant one.

That’s where the National Phlebotomy Providers Network comes in. We strive to provide a safe, convenient, efficient, and patient-centered approach to healthcare. Our mobile phlebotomists eliminate the hassle typically associated with getting your blood work done by coming directly to you.

At Home Phlebotomy Services

Our at-home phlebotomy services offer a unique opportunity in healthcare. There’s no longer a need to worry about transportation, mobility issues, or the potential health concerns that a typical lab trip consists of.

Instead, our mobile phlebotomists will come to your home, office, or managed care center to collect your samples.

What Is A Mobile Phlebotomist?

A mobile phlebotomist is just like a regular phlebotomist. The main difference is that instead of working at only one location, our mobile phlebotomists can travel virtually anywhere to help you get your blood drawn.

Are Mobile Phlebotomists Safe?

Yes. Our mobile phlebotomists are held to the highest standards of care and are trained to follow all FDA-approved COVID precautions, safety, and quality standards. Our phlebotomists are licensed and highly trained professionals.

Professionally Trained And Equipped Mobile Phlebotomist

We directly employ our phlebotomists which allows us to ensure that they maintain all required state and national certifications. In addition, we keep them up to date on any necessary continued education, safety protocols, quality standards, and HIPAA compliance measures.

Because we do not use third-party contractors, we are able to ensure that these exacting standards are upheld and that our mobile phlebotomists are given the best state-of-the-art equipment and training available.

What To Expect During And After An In-Home Phlebotomy Service

Prior to your phlebotomy, your doctor will instruct you if you are required to fast beforehand. It is beneficial to drink plenty of water before your appointment and typically you will be instructed to take your medications as normal.

On the day of your appointment, your mobile phlebotomist will arrive and will introduce themselves to you before explaining the procedure. They will then ask you to verify your identity and will review your doctor’s orders to ensure that the correct samples are collected.

From there they will have you sit or lie down and will wrap a tourniquet around your arm. This will help your veins stand out and will allow them to select a suitable vein for the procedure.

They will then clean the area with an antiseptic solution and once it has dried, they will use a new, clean, sterile needle to perform the venipuncture or blood draw. They will then collect the tubes that are required in order.

Once the samples have been collected, they will remove the tourniquet before removing the needle and applying pressure to the draw site. They will then apply a bandage to help keep the area clean and allow it to heal.

You will be instructed to keep this bandage on for 20-30 minutes after which time the wound should be closed and you will be able to remove it.

Most people will feel no different after their blood draw, but in some cases, you may feel a little lightheaded for a short time. Relax for the rest of the day, drink plenty of water, and have a snack on hand that you can enjoy after your appointment.

Congratulations! You’re all done with your blood draw. From here our phlebotomists will deliver your samples to your local lab and you will typically get your results within 48-72 hours from your doctor.

How To Get Started And Use Our Phlebotomy Services

It is easy to schedule an appointment for your mobile phlebotomy. We service all major metropolitan areas and are continually working to serve as many rural areas as possible.

To see if we service your area and to make an appointment, simply use the button below and have the following information on hand.

Does Medicare Pay For Home Blood Draw?

Although we partner with several insurance companies, at this time Medicare does not cover the services that we provide.

Bay Area Mobile Phlebotomy Companies

As the nation’s premier mobile phlebotomy provider, the NPPN works with several major labs across the country.

Does Quest Come To Your House In the Bay Area?

Quest does not have its own service for collecting samples outside of its labs. We are their contracted, 3rd party service provider in the Bay Area.

Does Labcorp Do Mobile Phlebotomy In the Bay Area?

Like other major labs, LabCorp does not have designated mobile phlebotomists. Instead, they utilize services like ours to offer mobile specimen collection.

How Much Does a Mobile Phlebotomist Charge?

We have partnered with many major insurance companies across the nation to offer our services at an affordable cost. That said, we cannot guarantee that your insurance will cover our mobile phlebotomy services.

In the case that our services are not covered, we charge a flat fee of no more than $99.

Can A Phlebotomist Draw Blood Without A Doctor In The Bay Area?

Phlebotomists are not permitted to draw blood or collect specimen samples without a doctor’s order in the Bay Area.

In order to get your tests done, you must first make an appointment with a healthcare professional who will order the proper tests that are needed to diagnose your condition or for health and medication maintenance purposes.

Can A Phlebotomist Come To My House In The Bay Area?

Absolutely! Simply use our patient portal below and have the necessary information ready when you make your appointment.

Our mobile phlebotomists will come to you on your schedule and at your convenience and will take care of everything so that all you have to worry about is taking care of your health.

8871 W. Flamingo Rd. Ste 202
Las Vegas, NV 89147
Phone: (888) 778-7403

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