Committed to Excellence
My name is Tawanda and I am a nationally certified phlebotomist. I’ve been drawing blood for 21 years .I began my phlebotomy career in 2001 at University of Colorado Hospital located in Aurora, Colorado. It was there that I first excelled as a medical assistant and phlebotomist technician. I went on to work with patients and physicians from all walks of life and at all stages of life. In fact, my experience runs the gamut from pediatrics to retirement homes.
For the past five years, I have continued to hone my phlebotomy and administrative skills at Quest diagnostics (Quest), one of the top laboratory companies in the nation.
During my tenure with Quest, I worked with specialists in a myriad of fields, such as internal medicine, rheumatology, obstetrics, gynecology, dermatology, maternal fetal medicine and endocrinology, wellness events and life insurance.
I am trained to do a wide variety of collections, including Non-DOT and DOT Drug Screen collections, Paternity collections, Saliva Alcohol collection, Specialty Kit collections, difficult blood collections, and a host of other screening tests. After 21 years in the medical field—and with much experience in phlebotomy services— I realized there was a definite need for mobile phlebotomy, because many patients don’t have reliable transportation, some fear needles or don’t feel well enough to leave the house or simply lack the time that clinic appointments require. So, as I researched the many phlebotomy companies across the globe, I saw the important service they provide patients and decided to leave the salary world fill that need right here in Colorado and Wyoming.
These Core Values Defines My Work
Put more simply, empathy is the ability to understand and share the feelings of another person emotionally. It is a necessary part of any doctor-patient relationship, and its expression creates an alliance between you and the patient, assuring them that you care about them.
Following rules and regulations…
Showing respect and thoughtfulness…
Meeting financial commitments.
Phlebotomist Patient Care Services are services provided to eligible beneficiaries according to State’s approved plan, waiver, personal or demonstration in the beneficiary’s home or at other locations.
1. Insist on a patient-first philosophy.
2. Choose products that improve the patient experience start to finish.
3. Make sure your healthcare services are convenient and accessible.
4. Use data to make informed decisions about your care
5. Be intentional about everything I do