On-Site Testing Services Available

We offer the following on-site testing services at select locations:

  • Molecular UTI testing
    PCR molecular UTI testing is the evolution of urinary tract infection testing. PCR molecular testing for UTIs screens for various different pathogens and a number of antibiotic resistance markers. A standard UTI test simply checks whether a certain level of bacteria is present in the urine. With this advanced testing technology, we can defeat chronic and recurring UTI at the starting line. Toxicology
  • Toxicology
    Comprehensive drug screening and confirmation. We take great care to not only report your results quickly, but to also ensure that they are completely reliable. Our procedures and protocols ensure the integrity and accuracy of test results in a discreet manner.
  • Hematology
    With our extensive test menu and customizable testing options, there is no limit to what wellness panels can be completed at our facility. Our lab partner has over 60 years of combined laboratory experience and is able to ensure accurate and timely results of over 100+ different hematology testing options.
  • PGx (Pharmacogenomics)
    PGx testing can provide insight into how patients may respond to certain medications based on DNA variants that affect pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics. If a patient is on multiple medications, or has a history of failed medications, this test may help determine what next medication treatment steps should be taken.
  • CGx (Cancer Genomics)
    CGX panels test for various gene markers, which allow the provider and patient to understand if they are predisposed to acquiring cancer. These predispositions will help a physician determine if further changes should be made to a care plan in an effort to mitigate the risk of contracting those specific cancers.
  • CRA (Genetic Cardiac Risk Assessment)
    This complex DNA test aids in determining if a patient is at an increased risk of developing an inherited cardiac condition. It searches for specific gene mutations to help determine if any steps should be taken toward further preventing certain cardiac conditions.

For further information, please call (716) 247-6496.