Mobile Phlebotomy Services Miami

We are the National Phlebotomy Providers Network. It is our goal to remove the most common barriers to healthcare that prevent people from receiving the diagnostic and maintenance care that they need to stay healthy.

For many, the process of going to a lab to get their blood work done is unnecessarily difficult. For those with limited mobility, severe medical conditions, or a lack of transportation, the process can become virtually impossible.

With our mobile phlebotomy services, we strive to fix this fundamental flaw in the healthcare chain.

At Home Phlebotomy Services

You no longer have to worry about how you will get to a lab, and then wait in line for hours past your appointment time. Instead, use our at-home phlebotomy services to reduce the stress on you and your loved ones.

Our mobile phlebotomists will come to your office, home, managed care facility, or anywhere else that you need us at a time and date that works for you. They are able to draw any at-home testing kits or doctor’s orders and are able to collect any other sample types that your doctor may ask for.

Once your samples have been collected, they will securely package them and deliver them directly to the lab of your choice, or the one that your insurance dictates.

What Is A Mobile Phlebotomist?

A mobile phlebotomist is the same as a regular phlebotomist, with one notable difference. They’re mobile! This means that instead of working out of only one location such as a lab or a doctor’s office, they travel to multiple locations throughout their day to make the process more convenient for their patients.

Are Mobile Phlebotomists Safe?

Yes. We directly employ our mobile phlebotomists, unlike many other companies that utilize third-party contractors. Because of this, we are able to ensure that our phlebotomists are up-to-date on all of their certifications, qualifications, and continued education requirements.

In addition, we provide regular training on the most current and effective safety and quality standards and HIPAA requirements as well as all current COVID-19 prevention measures.

Finally, our mobile phlebotomists have access to the highest quality state-of-the-art equipment necessary to perform their tasks safely, efficiently, and professionally.

How To Prepare For An At Home Phlebotomy Service

Prior to your appointment, your doctor will provide you with specific instructions for your blood draw or other sample collection, and will provide you with the necessary collection equipment in the case of a urine or stool sample.

It is important to follow your doctor’s instructions thoroughly. They will typically recommend that you fast for a period of 8-12 hours depending on the tests that you are having done immediately before your appointment. This fasting period is important in order to get the most accurate results on your lab work.

Your doctor will usually tell you to continue taking your medications as normal, although they may recommend delaying some medications that are required to be taken with food until after your appointment.

Finally, we recommend that you drink plenty of water the night before and the day of your appointment so that you are well-hydrated for your blood draw. This helps to ensure that your experience will be easy.

Can Any Nurse Draw Blood?

Any nurse is trained and qualified to perform a blood draw, however, it is unlikely that a nurse will be the one to actually draw your blood in a hospital or managed care facility.

This is because nurses have many more important tasks that they are responsible for throughout their day, and they often have many patients that they are caring for simultaneously. They are responsible for managing medications, wound care, patient safety, and so much more.

Because of this, phlebotomists typically handle any blood draws.

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

On the day of your appointment, your phlebotomist will arrive and will ask to verify your identity and patient demographic information. You should have your ID and insurance information handy. Then they will review your doctor’s orders and will prepare any tubes that they will need for the draw.

Once they have explained the process to you, they will then use a tourniquet on your upper arm to help locate a suitable vein. They will then clean the area with an antiseptic solution before using a sterile, one-time-use needle to puncture the vein. You may feel a small pinch, but it should quickly fade.

They will then collect the tubes in order, one at a time. Once the tubes are collected, they will remove your tourniquet and needle and will apply pressure and a bandage to the draw site.

From there, they will label your tubes and give you any necessary instructions for the day. Typically you should expect to relax, hydrate, and have a snack after your appointment.

Your phlebotomist will then securely deliver your samples to your lab. You can typically expect to receive your results within 48-72 hours from your lab or doctor’s office.

How To Get Started And Use Our Phlebotomy Services

Setting up an appointment with the NPPN is easy to do for yourself, a loved one, or a patient. All we need to set up the appointment are:

Does Medicare Pay For Home Blood Draw?

Unfortunately, at this time, Medicare does not pay for at-home blood draws. For those without a secondary insurance, there will be a fee of no more than $99 due at the time of service.

Miami Mobile Phlebotomy Companies

We have partnered with many insurance providers and lab testing facilities in the Miami area to provide our mobile phlebotomy services to as many patients as possible.

Does Quest Come To Your House in Miami?

Quest does not have a dedicated mobile phlebotomy service and does not perform at-home blood draws. The NPPN is their dedicated partner in the Miami area for mobile phlebotomy.

Does Labcorp Do Mobile Phlebotomy in Miami?

Labcorp does not directly offer at-home blood draws. Instead, they utilize third-party companies like the NPPN to offer mobile phlebotomy to their patients.

How Much Does a Mobile Phlebotomist Charge?

The NPPN has partnered with many major insurance companies across the country to offer our services at an affordable cost. In many cases, our service will be covered at no cost to the patient.

Unfortunately, some insurance companies, such as Medicare, will not cover at-home blood draws. For these patients, we charge a flat fee of no more than $99.

Can A Phlebotomist Draw Blood Without A Doctor’s Order in Miami?

Florida allows for limited direct access testing. This means that a patient does not need a doctor to be able to receive their lab results from a lab, and in some cases may be able to get blood work done without a doctor.

It is important to check with your insurance provider before getting any such testing done as they may not cover it without the appropriate diagnostic codes being submitted.

Our phlebotomists are unable to perform any type of blood draw without a laboratory requisition form or doctor’s orders.

Can A Phlebotomist Come To My House in Miami?

Yes! We offer our services in most metropolitan areas in Florida including Miami. If you live on the outskirts of the city, we recommend checking with our support staff to ensure that we will be able to send a mobile phlebotomist to your area.

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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.