8871 W. Flamingo Rd. Ste 202
Las Vegas, NV 89147
Phone: (888) 778-7403
At the National Phlebotomists Providers Network, we believe that all people should have access to high-quality, affordable, and convenient healthcare.
Many people do not get the required tests that they need done to maintain their health because of a lack of transportation, insurance, or scheduling conflicts. Without getting these tests done, patients are risking their health and overall well-being.
The importance of getting blood tests and other samples taken cannot be overstated. Not only are these used by doctors to help provide accurate diagnosis but they are also used for maintenance to establish how well certain medications or lifestyle changes are working for you.
It is the goal of the NPPN to provide convenient, efficient, and compassionate healthcare. We strive to make our services available to everyone who needs them.
As the nation’s premier mobile phlebotomy service our services are currently available in most major metropolitan areas. To see if your area is covered by our mobile phlebotomy services, please reach out to our support team below!
A mobile phlebotomist fulfills the same role as a regular phlebotomist. The main difference is that whereas a regular phlebotomist works exclusively at one location such as a lab, doctor’s office, or hospital, a mobile phlebotomist can provide their invaluable service at any number of locations.
Typically, mobile phlebotomists will travel to a patient’s house, office, or care facility to draw their blood or collect other samples per a doctor’s orders. They follow the same regulations as a lab phlebotomist and follow the highest safety and quality regulations in the business.
A mobile phlebotomist removes the hassle of having to arrange transportation and waiting in a long line at the lab. In addition, it is the preferred way to get blood work done for elderly patients as they don’t have to worry about mobility issues or a lack of transportation.
Absolutely. Our phlebotomists follow strict safety and quality guidelines, follow all recommended COVID protocols, and ensure complete HIPAA compliance when interacting with patients and collecting samples.
At the NPPN, we directly employ our highly qualified, trained, and certified mobile phlebotomists. This enables us to ensure that they are kept up to date on continued education, certification renewals, and changes in safety protocols at all times.
In addition, because we directly employ our phlebotomists, we are able to hold them to a higher standard than a contracting agency would, and we are able to supply them with state-of-the-art technology and equipment that helps them do their job even more efficiently.
Before your appointment, your doctor will tell you if you need to fast or not for the blood tests and will provide you with a sample collection kit for any urine or stool samples that may need to be collected before your appointment.
At your appointment, your phlebotomist greet you and explain every step of the process before they proceed. First, they will verify your patient demographics and will review your doctor’s orders to prepare for the collection.
Once they have their tubes prepared they will place a tourniquet around your arm to help your veins come to the surface, and they will locate one that is suitable for the blood draw.
From there, they will clean the draw area with an alcohol solution and after letting it dry for a moment, they will use a brand new needle to perform the venipuncture. You may feel a slight sting, but the pain will quickly go away.
The phlebotomist will then collect any tubes that are needed one at a time. After the tubes have been collected, they will remove the tourniquet, remove the needle, and apply pressure to the draw area before placing a bandage on it to keep the area free from bacteria as it heals.
Once the collection is done, they will label all of your tubes with your patient information and will securely package them into a storage container that they will drop off directly to the lab of your choice, or the one that your insurance has indicated.
Getting started is as easy as making an appointment using our patient portal below! There are a few things that you will need to have handy before you schedule your appointment. These include:
For many, the thought of having to wake up early in the morning to fight traffic and drive to your local lab only to then wait in line for hours past your appointment time is a nightmare.
At the NPPN, we value your time. Rather than taking the time out of your day to try to visit a lab, our mobile phlebotomists will come to you at your convenience. Simply schedule the day and time that works best for you, sit back, and relax.
Our mobile phlebotomists will come to your home, office, managed care facility, or anywhere else that you need to get your blood drawn at.
The National Phlebotomy Providers Network is the premier mobile phlebotomy company in the Houston area. We have partnered with several major lab companies, such as Quest and LabCorp, to offer our home blood draw services across the nation.
8871 W. Flamingo Rd. Ste 202
Las Vegas, NV 89147
Phone: (888) 778-7403
Information Privacy Notice
(1) We will not sell or provide secure proprietary information input by customers to any outside parties except as expressly authorized or implied by specific request for services that requires the disclosure of your information in order to provide said services requested; and
(2) No customer information is kept on a publicly available server.
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We offer our services as prescribed by a duly authorized and licensed medical practitioner or other healthcare provider. The services or products found listed on our web site are intended for use by duly authorized and licensed medical practitioners or other healthcare providers in the delivery of appropriate medical care to assist practitioners diagnose and treat disease. We give no warranty that any of our services will prevent disease. All material is provided for educational purposes only and is not intended to be a substitute for a physician’s consultation. Although NPPN encourages increased self-awareness and self-care, all readers are strongly encouraged to consult and work with an experienced healthcare practitioner. Individuals with health disorders, medical conditions, or any condition needing medical supervision assume full responsibility for obtaining such professional medical assistance. Consult your physician regarding any symptoms or medical condition. We specifically disclaim any expressed or implied warranties or merchantability of fitness for any particular usage, application or purpose. NPPN does not recommend self-diagnosis or self-medication, and no information within this web site or presented by NPPN or its associates may be construed or interpreted as recommending self-diagnosis or self-medication.
If a laboratory test result is outside normal range, you should immediately see your prescribing physician. Many tests, to be validated, will need to be repeated at the discretion of a physician. Laboratory test results may vary depending upon age, sex, time of day blood sample is taken, diet, medications, and the limits of modern technology. A single laboratory test or group of tests cannot guarantee good health. False positive and false negative test results are possible. There are various medical diseases that cannot be uncovered by these tests alone. Testing by the medical laboratory staff to whom your medical specimen is delivered by us, only constitutes a partial evaluation of your state of health and does not represent a diagnosis or treatment of disease.
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The general position of The National Phlebotomy Provider Network on implementation and compliance with HIPAA and other privacy laws is as follows:
A. Protect and enhance consumer’s rights of access to information.
B. Improve healthcare quality by restoring trust in the system.
C. Improve efficiency of delivery with national framework.
D. NPPN will not use or disclose an individual’s protected health information (PHI) except as otherwise permitted and/or required by HIPAA.
E. PHI may be used only for treatment, payment, or healthcare operations. All other uses and disclosures will be by authorization only and Patient may revoke authorization.
F. All NPPN Patients will receive and acknowledge the Privacy Notice. It is also available for the asking by mail or email. It is also carried by each field service technician and available upon request.
G. Privacy Notice will describe how medical information about Patients may be used and disclosed and how they may access said information.
H. NPPN will make reasonable efforts to limit disclosure of PHI as much as possible.
I. Continuing compliance with HIPAA will be achieved through ongoing assessment, oversight and informational training, as coordinated through the privacy officer.
J. NPPN shall address all complaints received from patients, clients, employees or third parties in an expeditious and meaningful manner.
K. NPPN respects the rights of individuals, including employees, to make complaints, ask questions or inquire as to NPPN’s compliance with HIPAA and other privacy laws.
L. No adverse action or retaliation shall be taken against any such individual or employee based on any legitimate complaint, question, or inquiry.
M.NPPN must identify those members of its workforce that require access to protected health information to perform their duties, specify the protected health information to which they require access and make reasonable efforts to limit their access accordingly.
N. All employees will be trained in order that NPPN will be HIPAA compliant. New employees will be trained on a regular basis to ensure continued compliance with new personnel. Personnel will be retrained if significant changes occur which affect HIPAA or privacy laws. Employees, who fail to follow HIPAA requirements and/or the policies of NPPN with respect to privacy rules, shall be sanctioned appropriately. Such sanctions may range from verbal reprimand to termination. Any intentional breach of patient confidentiality, not permitted by law, shall be severely punished. All such sanctions shall be documented, in writing, by NPPN.
O. To the extent practicable, NPPN will mitigate the harmful effects of any known use or disclosure, by itself or its business associates that is in violation of the privacy rule and/or NPPN’s policies and procedures.
For more information on our information privacy practices, or to file an information privacy concern, please contact The National Phlebotomy Provider Network’s Information Privacy Officer at: The National Phlebotomy Provider Network, Inc. 8871 W. Flamingo Rd. Ste 202 Las Vegas, NV 89147.