Get a blood draw in the comfort of your own home by requesting an appointment from the National Phlebotomy Provider Network. We will draw your blood at home and deliver it to Quest Diagnostics. Note: Quest does not offer its own home blood draw services. We are a 3rd party company that helps get your blood samples to Quest in order to complete your lab tests.
We are the National Phlebotomy Provider Network, your certified, state-licensed phlebotomists. Our employees are on-site specimen collection specialists, trained to conveniently collect blood and other specimens in the comfort of your own home or office. Simply make an appointment, mark your calendar and we will send one of our full-time, expertly trained phlebotomists to your home to quickly, easily, and safely collect your lab specimens.
There is a one-time fee on a per draw basis. The fee is usually no more than $85.
We work with most insurance plans. For anyone who is not in-network, we will provide you with an insurance claim form so you can get reimbursed. However, in most cases you must be limited mobility, home bound, or have some other medical reason necessitating coverage for in-home care services, in order to receive coverage or reimbursement.
We have technicians in all of the major metropolitan areas in the United States. If you are not sure if you live in an area where we have coverage, please feel free to reach out to our operations support team. We are happy to help.
It’s our focus on your health that drives us to provide the highest quality care. Mobile phlebotomy is a valuable service that enables the public to maintain their health by scheduling one or more blood draws from the comfort of their home or office. Our phlebotomist technicians are specifically trained and certified (by local governing agencies) and ready to hear from you!
You no longer need to go to a clinic or lab. Our phlebotomist technicians, conveniently go to where you are! Whether that’s an office, home, or home care facility, we are here to help. You can learn more about how we serve different types of customers on our services page here:
Simply, our phlebotomists arrive with all of the supplies to effectively draw blood, you don’t need to do anything to prepare. Once collected, we securely deliver the sample to the lab, Quest Diagnostics, to get tested. Patients do not typically get lab results sent to them without the express consent of the ordering practitioner. The lab will send results to the ordering practitioner, who will discuss them with the patient.
Blood draws are safe and effective for people of all ages and genders, who have received a doctor’s recommendation to test blood for a variety of health concerns. Specifically, we recommend a home blood draw for anyone who:
You can also schedule phlebotomy services on behalf of others. For example, people with elderly parents can schedule for their family. Healthcare practitioners can also request services for their patients.
We happily work with a variety of caretakers, patients, and companies looking to get blood draws and blood tests for experiments or health concerns. Since we come right to you, we take out the hassle of coming to a clinic or lab. Below are some of our valued patients, clients:
A blood draw is anything that pulls blood from the body. The amount of blood can range from a couple of drops usually taken from a finger or a larger amount, 470 ml, usually removed from a vein in the arm.
Testing your blood can reveal a variety of underlying issues in your body and learning of these health concerns can enable you to treat and maintain your health for the future!
Our mobile phlebotomy service is compatible with most lab tests such as the Complete Blood Count (CBC), Lipid Panel, Protime INR, and other routine blood tests. The recommended tests will determine how much blood will be collected.
We come to your home or office, draw blood, and securely deliver the samples to get tested at Quest Diagnostics. They are the premier accredited lab, equipped to test hundreds of samples from a variety of different subjects. Your results will be communicated to the patient once they become available. Patients do not typically get lab results sent to them without the express consent of the ordering practitioner. The lab will send results to the ordering practitioner, who will discuss them with the patient.
The National Phlebotomy Provider Network is a national team of on-site specimen collection specialists. Our trademarked MobiLab Express and Specimen Pro solutions are what makes us different from our competitors.
MobiLab Express™ is our on-demand solution for any medical provider or network needing specimen collection support for individual patients and is priced on a per draw basis. This service provides your patients with full-service specimen collection support. Our phlebotomists meet each patient at the designated service location, home, or office at the scheduled appointment time, perform the specimen collection services and arrange for accurate and timely delivery of the specimens. Multiple patient requests are accommodated but can be scheduled no more than 15 minutes apart.
The Specimen PROs™ is a temporary staffing solution for medical providers and researchers who pay a flat fee per session of service. Our highly trained phlebotomists will travel to your facility for scheduled sessions. During the session, the phlebotomist will provide services on-site to as many patients as the schedule will allow. This service model allows for the most efficient use of time for small and medium-sized groups of patients.
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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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