Getlabs is the nationwide leader for at-home diagnostics.
Healthcare organizations use our technology platform to dispatch skilled medical specialists to their patients and collect labs, vitals, biometrics, and more. And Getlabs is open to patients as well - simply pick a time and we send one of our medical specialists to your home to draw your labs for Labcorp and Quest.
Our team has raised $23MM from top investors including Emerson Collective, Minderoo Foundation, Byers Capital, Labcorp, Healthworx, Tusk Ventures, Anne Wojcicki (CEO, 23andMe) and Susan Wojcicki (CEO, YouTube). Getlabs’ mission is to save lives by expanding access to diagnostics for everyone.
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About the role:
We are currently seeking PT Mobile Phlebotomist interested in joining a high-growth stage startup with strong experience in working in hospitals, in office, or mobile environments. We are looking for a mobile phlebotomist available a minimum of three (3) days a week during the hours of 5am-9am ("Expected Shifts") for the PRN role. The PT role is M-F 5am-10am. Candidates must maintain a high standard of excellence with minimal supervision.
Above all, we are seeking candidates who are friendly, empathetic, compassionate, and genuinely care about patients. Although we provide mobile phlebotomy, we see ourselves as a patient experience company first and foremost. For that reason, we believe the quality of our specialists is the secret sauce for Getlabs. Every interaction with patients is an opportunity to deliver a thoughtful and amazing experience.
The health and safety of our employees and their families is our top priority. Due to the ongoing nature of the COVID-19 pandemic we have decided to require vaccination as a condition of employment for any employee who is in contact with patients.
Getlabs is an equal opportunity employer. We value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, disability status or other protected classes.