Provided by LabCorp –
The World’s Leading Health Care Diagnostics Company
LabCorp, headquartered in Burlington, North Carolina, is a leading global life sciences company that is deeply integrated in guiding patient care through its comprehensive clinical laboratory and end-to-end drug development services. Employing nearly 65,000 employees worldwide, the company’s mission is to improve health and improve lives by delivering world-class diagnostics, accelerating the availability of innovative medicines to patients, and using technology to change the way care is delivered. LabCorp serves a broad range of customers, including managed care organizations, biopharmaceutical companies, governmental agencies, physicians and other healthcare providers, hospitals and health systems, employers, patients and consumers, contract research organizations, and independent clinical laboratories.
The company provides diagnostic, drug development and technology-enabled solutions for more than 160 million patient encounters per year. LabCorp typically processes tests on more than 3 million patient specimens per week and supports clinical trial activity in approximately 100 countries through its industry-leading central laboratory business, generating more safety and efficacy data to support drug approvals than any other company.
- Routine labwork
- Saliva alcohol testing
- Radar (point of collection drug screen)
- Pediatric collections
- Employment drug testing
- H pylori breath test
- Hair collection
What to Expect
LabCorp staff will make the specimen collection process as safe, quick, and comfortable as possible while safeguarding your dignity and privacy.
Labs are generally the busiest from opening until 10:00 AM. Unless you are required to fast, it’s best to schedule an appointment during off-peak hours.
When visiting a lab, you should bring:
- The LabCorp test request form from a health care professional requesting the laboratory testing
- A current insurance identification card (Medicare, Private Insurance or HMO/PPO). Look up insurance carriers filed by LabCorp. Note: New Medicare cards with new, unique Medicare Beneficiary Identifiers will be mailed beginning in April 2018 through April 2019 in phases based on geographic location. If you have received your new card, please present it at check-in.
- A photo ID (for example, a driver’s license or employee identification badge)
- A health spending account card, credit card, or account debit card
Children must be supervised at all times while at our labs. Please plan ahead.
Note: You may not bring children inside the collection area during a drug screen procedure.