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Lab tests are available in all of our offices, so you can often avoid additional trips
"Medicine is very different from the way that it used to be. Patients have a lot more power and influence over their care now, and have the power to change their health for the better."
If you think you need a certain lab test, just talk to your provider about it during your visit or via email. In most cases, your provider will decide what tests to order depending on what they find during your visit, any medications you're taking, or health conditions you're dealing with. Healthy people may not need lab work very often, but if you're monitoring a specific health condition, your provider may order tests at regular intervals.
Please refer to the local office pages for specific lab hours.
Every insurance plan is different, and the details of your coverage depend on your specific policy. While most lab tests are generally covered by insurance, you may want to contact your carrier before visiting the lab in order to ensure coverage.
No. In order to make sure we don’t waste your time or money, we’d like to meet you first. Your provider then can assess which tests are needed and write you the appropriate lab orders. You can transfer your existing medical records to us electronically - just use the medical record request form in My One.
You may need to fast for 12 hours before having certain laboratory tests in order to get accurate results. Your provider will talk to you about whether fasting is required for your specific test. You can drink water while fasting, but you can’t eat anything – the only exception is your regular prescription medications. Drinking lots of water before the test will make sure you’re hydrated, which makes drawing blood easier.
You can expect to get the results from your lab work in seven to 10 business days. After you take your test, a third-party partner processes it and the results are forwarded to One Medical. A board-certified provider will review your test information and email you with the results, an explanation of what they mean and recommendations for any next steps.
Yes. We keep STD test results completely confidential, as we do with all medical tests. If you believe you were exposed to HIV or viral Hepatitis, contact your provider immediately to discuss early preventive treatment options.