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Local phlebotomist starts a business going mobile



An enterprising healthcare professional has brought a new service to the CSRA that brings new meaning to "house calls."

Lashanna Person has been a licensed medical assistant for almost nine years. Some six years ago, she said, she happened upon a social media post about a healthcare specialist w...

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  1. Everything old is new again. When Medicare started paying for phlebotomy services in the late 1960’s at least two individuals that I knew at the time started doing this. Both are now deceased, but provided the service for over 30 years. Glad to see this continuing.

  2. Excellent use of your skill and talent. I wish you all of the best. As the population ages (me included), this service can be a life and time saver. Not having access to a phlebotomist is actually more prevalent around here, than you would expect. As walk-in clinics open, the need for phlebotomists just increases.

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