Mobile Phlebotomy for Residential Communities (SNL/ANF)

MobiLab Express™

The Specimen Pros™

Residential Communities (ALF / SNF)

Getting Lab Work Done Is Easy!

As a premier specimen collection service provider, NPPN is your one-stop shop for phlebotomy, and other specimen collection support. We directly employ phlebotomists and our central operations team manages the entire process.

Your Residential Community’s Partner

NPPN serves as a care partner to your residential community (ALF/SNF). With NPPN as your diagnostic support partner, your patients will avoid waiting in line at a local lab or hospital for hours, just to be stuck in the arm by an unsympathetic technician, and your staff can spend their time on other critical care needs. 

We save you time and resources. Having one of our mobile phlebotomy technicians scheduled to be on-site at your facility, means your staff do not have to spend time coordinating transport for your residents to a lab location, your residents avoid the unnecessary, time consuming, and potentially risking trip to the lab, and the doctor receives the results exactly the same as if the patient had gone to the lab.

NPPN is a fast, affordable, professional resource for collection of any type of specimen that a doctor or other healthcare provider may use for diagnosis and treatment, from blood samples to stool specimens. We collect the specimens per the lab instructions, and then transport them to the laboratory designated by you, the patient insurance, or the practitioner. 

NPPN is not a lab, and we do not conduct any testing. Because NPPN is an independent specimen collection support provider, your facility is free to source the most cost effective testing provider for your skilled nursing residents. You are no longer limited to those laboratories who are willing to provide on-site services, which frequently charge additional fees, per patient, for specimen collection support. 

NPPN is a contracted, in-network ancillary care provider for many managed care plans. This means our services may be covered for some of your residents. The patient’s insurance will cover the laboratory testing fees, as it normally would.

We are available on-demand, on a per draw, by appointment basis, or you can schedule to have our technician at your facility for half day or whole day sessions. Either way, using an NPPN mobile phlebotomist, your nursing team can focus on providing superior patient care, your facility saves time and resources, and your residents continue to get the diagnostic care they need.

Helping Residential Communities 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. 

Adapting to COVID-19

NPPN has adapted to this extraordinary challenge to ensure that our communities are kept safe and healthy, while maintaining continuity of care and diagnostic monitoring regimes, as well as supporting the critical research needed to defeat this virus.

Our team has been specializing in specimen collection for home bound and limited mobility individuals for decades. We have the experience and skill required to support your organization and your community of patients, especially during the current pandemic.