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Who is eligible for this home blood draw service?
Please keep in mind, we are not a laboratory. We collect specimens for the lab testing ordered by your doctor, and deliver those specimens to the laboratory designated by you, your insurance, or your practitioner. Although we are a contracted in-network provider with several health plans, many patients will have a fee for our mobile phlebotomy services. However, your insurance will cover the laboratory testing fees, as it normally would. Your doctor will receive the results of the lab testing performed the same as if you’d gone into a lab yourself.
Thanks to our national reach, we are able to serve you nearly anywhere you are. NPPN can meet all your phlebotomy services needs. We only need a copy of your doctor’s order for lab testing at the time of scheduling your collection services appointment. Orders can be one-time, daily, weekly, or monthly.
And if you need assistance, let us know! Call us at (888) 778-7403, we’re always glad to help.
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A certified phlebotomist from NPPN will come to you for collection services. Our mobile medical specimen collection and delivery service makes getting lab work easy. No more waiting in line at a local lab or hospital for hours just to be stuck in the arm by an unsympathetic technician.
We collect and transport all types of specimens that your doctor or healthcare provider may request and use for diagnosis and treatment. Whether you need a blood sample taken or a stool specimen tested, we can give you the help you need from the comfort and convenience of your home or office.
We believe in patient centered care. With more than 50 years combined experience in the allied healthcare field, we have the experience to provide the best in patient care. We are changing the way people think about phlebotomists and laboratory services – one patient at a time.
Our certified and field-tested professionals will verify your identity and handle the collection process start to finish. We follow industry-leading protocols for accurate processing, packaging, and delivery to the correct laboratory for processing.
If you have special needs – difficult veins, needle phobia, anxiety, repeat testing (standing orders) – we can help make getting lab tests done more comfortable, convenient, and worry-free for you.
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Helping Patients Navigate COVID-19
The COVID-19 Public Health Emergency has affected all aspects of medicine, industry, and research. The COVID-19 Public Health Emergency has affected all aspects of medicine, industry, and research.
But NPPN has adapted to the challenge. In March of 2020 we implemented our pandemic response plan, which includes, in addition to all standard biosafety precautions, the CDC and OSHA recommend heightened contact precautions, airborne precautions, and eye protection (e.g., goggles or face shields) to protect patients and our technicians from exposure to the virus. As well, we have established a workforce monitoring program to ensure the safety and health of patients and our front line personnel. This response plan has enabled us to maintain maximum flexibility while responding to the 2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
Since March of 2020, many of our healthcare provider clientele have leaned heavily on us with increasing case loads of their at risk patient populations. We are actively engaged in providing direct mitigation of virus spread by enabling these patient to stay home, out of clinic environments, and out of laboratory waiting rooms, while continuing to maintain continuity of care and diagnostic monitoring regimes.