Usually, you don’t need to do anything before your lab service. If you do need to take specific steps, the staff at Family Medicine Clinic and Women’s Health will let you know.
For example, for some blood testing, such as cholesterol or glucose screenings, you need to fast up to 12 hours ahead of the test. For an EKG or bone density exam, you usually don’t need to do anything in advance of your screening.
The practice doesn’t provide more advanced lab services but can arrange for you to head to a trusted provider at a negotiated rate. Talk to the team about where to go to get an affordable MRI, mammogram, X-ray, or CAT scan.
Call Family Medicine Clinic and Women’s Health today to learn more about the lab services available or use this website to reach out.