Our friendly and well-trained phlebotomists take the fear and pain out of getting a test
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Lab tests are available in all of our offices, so you can often avoid additional trips
"I wish patients knew how much power and control they can have; that they're not necessarily a victim of their genetics or their upbringing. They can alter and change their patterns of behavior and that can make a huge difference in their health."
Feel free to talk to your health care provider if you're interested in a specific lab test. Our providers determine which tests to order based on your visit, any medications you're taking and your current health. It's common that healthy people won't need frequent lab tests, but your provider may order tests regularly if you're tracking a particular health condition.
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.
Fasting is sometimes required before a lab test in order to get accurate results. Your health care provider will tell you what you need to do to prepare for your test. If you need to fast, you won’t be able to eat or drink anything besides water for 12 hours before your test. The only exception is your prescription medication. Drinking lots of water before your test is a good idea, since it makes the blood draw easier.
You’ll get the results of your lab test, and an explanation of what your results mean, within seven to 10 business days. Our third-party partner processes all One Medical lab tests and then a board-certified health care provider reviews those results. A provider from our Virtual Medical Team will email you with your results along with an interpretation and advice on what you might need to do next.
Yes. We keep STD test results completely confidential, as we do with all medical tests. If you are interested in completing an STD tests elsewhere, you can go a local clinic listed on the NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene website. If you believe you were exposed to HIV or viral Hepatitis, you should contact your provider ASAP to explore early preventive treatment options.