Find answers to common questions about mobile blood draws at home.
Do You Accept Insurance?
At this time, we do not, but the receiving laboratory will bill the testing of the lab tests to your insurance.
How Much Does An In-Home or Mobile Blood Draw Cost?
There is a one-time fee on a per draw basis. The fee is $85 if you are within a 20 mile radius of our Tempe location. There are additional costs for further distances or if rush services are needed.
Other lab services including DNA testing are available. Costs vary for each lab service. See full appointment availability and pricing.
Do You Only Work With Children?
We work with all ages but we primarily specialize in pediatric patients, individuals with compromised immune systems, patients suffering from anxiety, and pregnant patients. We also have a lot of patients who seek us because they value their safety, privacy, and time.
What Are Your Qualifications?
Maria is a certified phlebotomist with 10 years of experience – most of it working with children and in training individuals in the concepts of drawing blood. She is a certified autism specialist and works with many physicians who specialize with patients on the spectrum. She seeks to provide a positive experience while taking the time to develop a rapport with her patients while addressing any of their concerns.
How Can I Get a Blood Test?
The most common way for patients to get blood test ordered is through their medical provider. PediaLabs works with all types of providers such as Doctors, Physician Assistants, Nurse Practicioners, and Midwives.
An individual can get self ordered blood test through Ulta Lab Tests, our lab partner that allows patients to order lab tests on themselves.
What’s The Best Way To Schedule An Appointment?
An appointment can be scheduled using various methods.
- The easiest way is through our website here.
- You can also send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
- You can text us at 480-395-3972.
- You can also call us at 480-395-3972 Options 2 or 3 are great alternatives if you have questions but cannot get us on the phone due to us working with patients or being on the phone with other patients or providers.