What do you need to know about LabCorp?
About Labcorp We believe in harnessing science for human good. So whether you’re a provider, drug developer, hospital, medical researcher or patient—when you need trusted information to make clear, confident health decisions, consider us your source.
Can you take a walk in at LabCorp?
Walk-ins are also welcome. Please note that not all lab locations offer all services. When visiting a lab, you should bring the Labcorp test request form from a health care professional requesting the laboratory testing.
How to contact LabCorp 24 hours a day?
Call LabCorp Support 24 hours a day (877)442-3226
How to make an appointment with LabCorp?
To make an appointment or get detailed lab information use the search below. Walk-ins are also welcome. Please note that not all lab locations offer all services. When visiting a lab, you should bring the Labcorp test request form from a health care professional requesting the laboratory testing.
Who is the parent company of LabCorp?
LabCorp and its Specialty Testing Group, a fully integrated portfolio of specialty and esoteric testing laboratories.
How to test for vasoactive intestinal polypeptide, VIP?
Patient must not have received radioactive substances 24 hours prior to test. Sample not collected with Trasylol®; sample not submitted in tube with Trasylol label, gross hemolysis; recently administered radioisotopes; specimen not received frozen; serum, sodium citrate, or heparinized plasma specimen; lipemia
When did LabCorp acquire medical neurogenetics laboratories?
On March 1, 2019, LabCorp acquired Medical Neurogenetics (MNG) Laboratories. By adding MNG’s capabilities in neurology and neurogenetics to LabCorp’s Partners in Clinical Neuroscience program, neurologists now have a single-source laboratory solution to help guide treatment decisions and improve patient outcomes.
What do you need to know about Coccidioides antibodies?
Coccidioides Antibodies (IgG, IgM), Immunodiffusion – Detection of antibodies to Coccidioides antigens plays an important role in identifying patients with coccidioidomycosis.