Mobile Phlebotomy Services Orlando FL

At the National Phlebotomy Providers Network, it is our mission to bring reliable, affordable, and compassionate healthcare to as many people across the country as possible. We work nationwide with many different insurance companies, testing labs, and research facilities to help achieve this goal.

We want to change people’s views on phlebotomy, and we’re doing it one patient at a time with our practice of compassionate patient-centered care.

At Home Phlebotomy Services

You no longer have to worry about finding a day that works with your schedule to get to your local lab for testing. Instead of fighting traffic and waiting in line all day, simply set up an appointment with one of our highly trained, certified, and professional mobile phlebotomists.

We bring the lab to you and cut out all of the hassles of getting your blood work done. Transportation, mobility issues, and cost are all significant barriers to the routine healthcare that is so important to your health.

By removing these barriers to healthcare by providing a service that will come directly to your home, office, or managed care facility, we hope to help people take charge of their health.

What Is A Mobile Phlebotomist?

A mobile phlebotomist holds all of the same qualifications, certifications, education, and safety standards as a regular phlebotomist that you would find in a lab or a hospital. The only difference is that they are mobile, which means that they come to you!

Are Mobile Phlebotomists Safe?

Absolutely. Our mobile phlebotomists are held to a high standard of patient-centered care. They are trained in all of the most recent and effective safety and quality protocols, including all current mandated COVID-19 prevention guidelines.

In addition, having a mobile phlebotomist come to you or your patients may be safer than having them go to a traditional lab. This is especially true in cases of transportation issues, limited-mobility concerns, or inclement weather conditions.

Finally, because we directly employ our mobile phlebotomists, we can ensure that they are always up to date on all of their certifications, continued education, and HIPAA laws.

How To Prepare For An At Home Phlebotomy Service

Before your at-home phlebotomy service, your doctor will give you specific instructions to follow. Generally, they will recommend that you fast for a period of at least 8 hours before your appointment. This is to ensure that your lab results will come back as accurately as possible.

Your doctor will typically recommend that you continue to take any of your medication as you normally would, although in some cases they may ask you to delay it until after your appointment. This is usually the case when a medication should be taken with food.

Finally, we highly recommend staying as hydrated as possible by drinking plenty of water the night before and the day of your appointment. This helps to make your veins stand out more and will make the phlebotomy process easy. When you are dehydrated, your veins shrink and it can make it more difficult to get the sample amount needed.

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

On the day of your appointment, your mobile phlebotomist will arrive and will verify your patient demographic information and will review your laboratory requisition form. They will then get the necessary equipment and tubes ready for the draw process. They will explain the procedure to you and ask you if you have any questions.

From there, they will tie a tourniquet around your upper arm to help them locate a suitable vein for the blood draw. Then they will use a brand new, sterile, one-time-use needle to perform the venipuncture.

They will then draw your tubes, one at a time, in order. Once all of the tubes have been collected, they will remove the tourniquet, then the needle, and will apply pressure on the draw site before applying a bandage to the area.

They will then remain with you for a few minutes while they label and pack your tubes in preparation for being dropped off at the lab of your choice, or the one that your insurance indicates.

Most of the time, you will feel no different after your blood draw, but some people may feel a little lightheaded. This is completely normal and your phlebotomist will help take care of you and will inform you of how to take care of yourself for the rest of the day.

That’s it, you’re done! Your phlebotomist will take your samples directly to the lab and you should receive your results from your doctor within 48-72 hours.

How To Get Started And Use Our Phlebotomy Services

Getting started with our mobile phlebotomy services is easy. Simply use our patient portal below to choose a time and date that works for you, and we will send one of our professionals out to you. The only things that you need to make your appointment are:

Does Medicare Pay For Home Blood Draw?

At this time, unfortunately, Medicare does not pay for at-home blood draws. We are working with them to hopefully change that in the future, but at this time they do not cover it.

Orlando FL Mobile Phlebotomy Companies

We have partnered with many major and local labs in the Orlando area to offer our mobile phlebotomy services.

Does Quest Come To Your House in Orlando FL?

Quest does not currently directly offer any at-home blood draw services. Instead, they have partnered with the NPPN to help offer this service to their patients.

Does Labcorp Do Mobile Phlebotomy in Orlando FL?

LabCorp does not offer mobile phlebotomy services directly. Instead, they partner with third-party services like the NPPN to offer at-home blood draws to their patients that require it.

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

Direct access testing is limited in Orlando, Florida. In many cases, you still need to go through some sort of lab or agency in order to get a doctor's orders to have a phlebotomist draw your blood.

You will be able to get your lab results directly from the lab without needing a doctor to read them for you in Florida however. Your insurance may or may not cover the cost of these tests, and you should check with them before getting any testing done.

Our phlebotomists are not able to draw your blood without a doctor’s order or laboratory requisition form.

Can A Phlebotomist Come To My House in Orlando FL?

Yes, our mobile phlebotomy services are available in the major metropolitan areas of Florida, including Orlando. If you live on the outskirts of town, then we recommend checking with our support staff to see if we are able to provide our services to your area.

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How Much Does It Cost To Have Blood Drawn At Home?

We work with many major health insurance companies to provide our convenient and efficient service at an affordable rate to our patients. In some cases, your insurance will completely cover the cost.

Unfortunately, not all insurances will cover the cost of a home blood draw, such as Medicare. In these cases, we charge a fee of no more than $99.

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