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Nancy Mc Coy

Nancy Mc Coy
Marketing Specialist

Kansas City, MO


Women's Health, Adult, Family, Oncology, Acute Care, Gerontological, Neonatal, Pediatric, Psychiatric / Mental Health

Clinical Subspecialties

Emergency, Occupational Health, Oncology, Orthopedics, Pain Management, Respiratory/Pulmonology, Rheumatology, School Health, Sports Medicine, Urology, Wound Care, Other


Favorite Thing About My Profession:

We are EmpowerHMS. We own hospitals in:


Ripley, Tennessee

De Queen, Arkansas

Wilburton, Oklahoma

Stigler, Oklahoma

Prague, Oklahoma

Drumright, Oklahoma

Fairfax, Oklahoma

Oswego, Kansas

Hillsboro, Kansas

Horton, Kansas

Sweet Springs, Missouri

Fulton, Missouri

Putnam, Missouri


Each of these Hospitals have a Fully Upgraded and operational Lab. They are Rural Community Hospitals so Lab income is an important part of their survival.  Check youtube for “Rural Hospitals closing” and you will see the problem that Rural hospitals are facing. When hospitals close it effects the entire community and has destroyed town.


Don’t Worry!! We have never closed a hospital! Actually we are the people that purchase struggling hospitals and invest our own money into them so they have the means to produce the income needed to Survive and GROW!


So now that your updated, let me tell you what we are doing. Being that you are a phlebotomist, you will most likely understand some of the circumstances we are trying to avoid. The lab industry is overrun with Middle men and Dealers. They grab up clinics, hire a phlebotomist to pull the samples, then they ship them to a Hospital to be processed. Unfortunately, they also take 50% of the profit as it passes through. The Phlebotomist does the Draw, the hospital does the processing and 50% goes to someone who simply made the introduction. That just doesn’t sound right to us. Plus, We have had bad experiences with Lab dealers from integrity to reliability. They seem to change names a lot for that reason.


We are the actual hospitals with the labs and we are looking to Directly hire phlebotomists to draw samples and deal directly with our Hospitals. This Completely cuts out the Middle Man and leaves more money for the Hospital and the Phlebotomist. This is why our Starting rate for a phlebotomist is $25.00 per hour at 40 hours a week! That’s a Fantastic starting figure!


However, we now have to sign up Clinics, Nursing homes, etc. to allow us to handle their labwork. This has been going well because a lot of them feel the same about Dealers as we do. They prefer to deal with one location, One phlebotomist, and know they get quality service that’s not going anywhere.

Email me for more info.  Nancy.mccoy


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