Central Maine Medical Center gave me my first job in the field. I started with out-patient and quickly moved to in-patient services.
I worked all the shifts wherever coverage was needed. I covered mostly the ICU and ER trauma calls as well as the cardiac, maternity,
day surgery and oncology floors. I quicky became the go-to person for patients with difficult veins, children, and patients with
anxiety to draw their blood. I left CMMC for Mercy Diagnostics in January 2017. My position at Mercy was the northern Maine float
covering call outs, requests off and on-site for special cases. I covered up to eight sites in Maine at doctors’ offices. During the
two years at Mercy Diagnostics, I also trained the new phlebotomists at doctor’s offices that were contracted with Mercy. At the
sites we would draw patients’ blood, process and ship the specimens through FedEx, UPS and Mercy’s courier.
In February of 2019, I started to investigate my own independent business in phlebotomy. Obtained insurance to do in-home blood drawing
as well as putting together a business plan. After Mercy Diagnostics went out of business in early April of 2019, I decided to pursue my
business fully. I have become well known by the doctors I have served, as well as patients, as being very caring and compassionate with
my patients. I pride myself in my knowledge of lab tests, organization and ability to draw blood for pediatric/geriatric/disabled patients
with minimal pain or bruising to the patients, as well as providing professional care.
You can reach me directly at email@example.com.