Tips to Becoming a Mobile Phlebotomist

Tips for Becoming a Quality Mobile Phlebotomist/Insurance Examiner

How to Become a Mobile Phlebotomist

As a Mobile Phlebotomist you are an Independent Contractor, and will need a lot of experience in this field by doing patient exams and completing an Accredited Phlebotomy program. Some paramedical exam companies will hire you full-time, part-time, or per-exam. 

Once you are State Certified as a Phlebotomist with a Phlebotomy license, you can began seeking employment. Some paramedical exams will be life insurance exams, and will require: 


  • Vital Signs
  • Height and Weight
  • Urine samples
  • Venipuncture
  • Electrocardiogram (EKG)
  • Men - chest measurement 
  • Glucose test - fingerstick
  • Filling-in life insurance information
  • Etc.


People that like being a Phlebotomist will do it just because they like performing venipuncture, the pay will be an added benefit.

Also when visiting your patients you can provide your paramedical exam company with a list of cities you're willing to travel to for the exams.



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