Paramed Info Class Replay
This is a replay of our Paramedical Info Webinar Live Zoom Session
What Does a Paramedical Examiner Do?
A Paramedical Examiner (sometimes called a Mobile Phlebotomist) performs paramedical insurance exams for insurance companies that need to analyze the risk of insuring someone.
A paramedical exam will usually include these duties:
- Interviewing clients, including taking their medical history
- Recording the client’s blood pressure, pulse, height, and weight
- Collecting the client’s blood and urine sample
- Processing the client’s blood sample using a centrifuge
- Packaging and shipping (or taking) samples safely to a laboratory
- Performing an EKG test on the client (depending on the circumstances)
- Assisting in the recovery of a client with adverse reactions
- Monitoring storage and inventory of supplies
A Paramedical Examiner would visit the client’s home or workplace to perform the exam. And on a typical day, a Paramedical Examiner will perform multiple client exams.