8871 W. Flamingo Rd. Ste 202
Las Vegas, NV 89147
Phone: (888) 778-7403
At the National Phlebotomy Providers Network, we believe that quality and convenience are the critical factors when it comes to blood drawing services. We provide professional and friendly mobile phlebotomy services to individuals, healthcare providers, and businesses in Philadelphia, PA and surrounding areas.
With our mobile phlebotomy services, we strive to offer you the best blood drawing experience possible. We understand the importance of accuracy and efficiency when it comes to blood testing, which is why we have designed our services to be convenient and stress-free for you.
Our phlebotomists are experts and held to the highest professional standards, including following HIPAA compliance and pre-testing guidelines to ensure accuracy and confidentiality.
We bring the lab directly to patients like you so that you can get the blood tests that you need to be done without ever leaving the comfort of your home.
Once your samples have been drawn, we promptly and securely deliver them to the lab of your doctor’s choice.
Same-Day appointments for Our Mobile Phlebotomy Services in Philadelphia, PA.
There are many benefits to using mobile phlebotomy services in Philadelphia. Here are just a few of the reasons why so many people are turning to mobile phlebotomy for their blood drawing needs:
Convenience – Mobile phlebotomy services offer convenience to patients who are unable to travel to a laboratory or hospital for a blood draw. This service saves patients time and eliminates the need to travel, wait in line, or take time off work.
Comfort – Many patients feel more comfortable in their own homes or familiar surroundings, and may experience less anxiety or discomfort during the blood draw process.
Accessibility – Mobile phlebotomy services are especially useful for patients who are homebound, have limited mobility, or are disabled. This service can also be helpful for patients who live in rural areas or who have transportation challenges.
Cost-effective – Mobile phlebotomy services can be more cost-effective than traditional blood draw services because patients do not have to pay for transportation or parking. In addition, mobile phlebotomy services may be covered by insurance.
Same-day service – Mobile phlebotomy services can provide same-day service, which is important for patients who require urgent blood tests or who need to receive their test results quickly.
If you’re considering using a mobile phlebotomy service in Philadelphia, it’s important to choose the right provider. Here are a few things to keep in mind as you search for a provider:
Experience: When choosing a mobile phlebotomy company, patients should research the company’s reputation and experience. Patients should look for a company with a strong track record of customer satisfaction, and should read reviews and testimonials from other patients. Patients should also ensure that the company has experience providing blood draw services in various settings, including homebound and disabled patients.
Licensing and Accreditation: Patients should choose a mobile phlebotomy company that employs certified and experienced phlebotomists. Phlebotomists should be trained to provide safe and reliable blood draw services and should have the necessary certifications and credentials to perform these services. Patients should also ensure that the company is licensed and insured, and that they adhere to all state and federal regulations.
Availability: Patients should choose a mobile phlebotomy company that offers convenient and accessible services. Companies should have flexible scheduling options and should be available for same-day service if necessary. Patients should also ensure that the company offers services in their geographic location and that they have the necessary equipment and supplies to travel to the patient’s location.
Customer Service: Finally, look for a mobile phlebotomy provider that offers exceptional customer service. This includes being responsive to your needs and concerns, answering any questions you may have, and providing clear and concise communication throughout the entire process.
Our highly experienced staff consists of registered phlebotomists, lab technicians, and office personnel who have been specially trained in phlebotomy. They are well-versed in the latest techniques for medical blood collection and have years of experience drawing specimens.
We understand that getting your blood drawn can be a stressful and time-consuming process. That’s why we offer mobile phlebotomy services in Philadelphia, so you can have your blood drawn at a location that’s convenient for you.
Here’s what you can expect when you schedule a mobile blood draw:
1. Contact a Mobile Phlebotomy Company: Patients can contact a mobile phlebotomy company by phone, email, or online form to schedule an appointment. Patients should provide their name, contact information, and address, as well as any specific testing requirements.
2. Schedule an Appointment: The mobile phlebotomy company will schedule an appointment that is convenient for the patient. The phlebotomist will arrive at the patient’s location with all of the necessary equipment and supplies to perform the blood draw.
3. Prepare for the Blood Draw: Patients should prepare for the blood draw by drinking plenty of water and avoiding food and drink for several hours before the appointment, as directed by the phlebotomist. Patients should also ensure that the area where the blood draw will be performed is clean and free of clutter.
4. Blood Draw Procedure: The phlebotomist will arrive at the patient’s location and set up the necessary equipment for the blood draw. The phlebotomist will then clean the area where the blood draw will be performed and insert a needle into the patient’s vein to collect the blood sample. The amount of blood collected will depend on the specific tests ordered by the patient’s healthcare provider.
5. After the Blood Draw: After the blood draw is complete, the phlebotomist will remove the needle and apply pressure to the area to prevent bleeding. The phlebotomist will then label the blood sample and prepare it for transport to the laboratory for testing. The patient may experience some discomfort or bruising at the site of the blood draw, which should subside within a few days.
6. Test Results: The laboratory will process the blood sample and provide the results to the patient’s healthcare provider. Patients should contact their healthcare provider to obtain their test results and discuss any necessary treatment or follow-up.
The National Phlebotomy Providers Network is a national non-profit agency that offers:
At the National Phlebotomy Providers Network, we pride ourselves on providing our clients with the highest level of service and quality. Our team of experienced phlebotomists are trained to provide a wide range of services, including routine blood draws, specialized testing, and more.
Our mobile phlebotomy services are available throughout Philadelphia, and we can accommodate a wide range of schedules and locations. Whether you need blood drawn at home, at work, or somewhere else, we can provide the services you need in a way that is convenient and comfortable for you.
Appointments can be made by you for yourself, on behalf of a family member if you’re a caregiver, or by a doctor’s office on behalf of a patient. We will verify the patient’s demographic information as well as their insurance and set up a time and date that works for you.
We then send our highly-trained mobile phlebotomists at your preferred day and time to take blood samples from patients at their homes. From there, we will package and securely deliver the specimens to one of our affiliated lab partners such as Quest, LabCorp, and many others.
Your results will typically be available from your doctor’s office 48-72 hours later. They will call you to discuss your results once they are available.
For any medical facility or network wanting individual-patient specimen collection assistance, MobiLab Express™ is our on-demand service that’s priced on a per draw basis. This service gives your patients full-service specimen collection assistance. Our phlebotomists arrive at the prearranged service location, home, or workplace on time for the scheduled appointment and collect the samples while delivering them in an accurate and timely manner. Multiple patient requests can be accommodated but may not be collected more than 15 minutes apart.
The Specimen PROs™ is a phlebotomy service for medical practitioners and researchers who pay flat-fee on a per-session basis. Our highly qualified phlebotomists will visit your location for scheduled appointments. The phlebotomist will give services on-site to as many patients as the schedule permits during the session. This time allocation method is particularly useful in small and medium-sized groups of people.
8871 W. Flamingo Rd. Ste 202
Las Vegas, NV 89147
Phone: (888) 778-7403
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