ProMedica Laboratories is accredited by the College of American Pathologists, the Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments and the Joint Commission. Outpatient services offer the same high level of care offered to patients in the hospital. Our North Campus Laboratory is the recipient of CAP ISO Accreditation, evidence of a commitment to advancing excellence in patient care and laboratory management.
Why choose ProMedica Laboratories?
- Flexible hours
- More than 40 convenient draw site locations in Ohio and Michigan
- A home draw option available for homebound patients
- Laboratory customer service representatives available 24 hours a day, seven days a week
- Laboratory consultations and interpretations are provided by Consultants in Laboratory Medicine, a team of board-certified pathologists, many having subspecialty certifications and available 24/7 for prompt reporting and consultative services.
- 24-hour reporting of routine results, most STAT results available within four hours or less
Easy to find, easy to use — no matter where you live or work. We have listed all of our laboratory locations, along with hours and contact information, in a printable guide. If you have questions about lab services, call 419-291-4134 or 1-888-471-4134.
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Specimen Collection Manual
For Laboratory and Radiology professionals only, Promedica Laboratories provides clinical, anatomic and blood product services in cooperation with Consultants in Laboratory Medicine of Greater Toledo (CLM). View the Specimen Collection Manual (Test Catalog).
Frequently Asked Questions
Do I need to make an appointment? How long will it take to receive my test results? Find answer to these questions and more in our Q & A section.
Q: What is a lab test?
A: Laboratory tests check a sample of your blood, urine, or body tissues. A technician or doctor analyzes the test samples to see if your results fall within the normal range. Your doctor may also compare your results to results from previous tests. Laboratory tests are often part of a routine checkup to look for changes in your health.
Q: What factors affect test results?
A: Your sex, age and race, what you each and drink, medicines you take, and how well you followed pre-test instructions.
Q: Can I request my own lab tests?
A: Individuals cannot order tests themselves, due to state regulatory requirements. If you are interested in having a specific laboratory test performed, ask your healthcare provider if the test is appropriate for you, and if he/she can order the test(s) for you.
Q: Do I need to make an appointment for a lab test?
A: Appointments are not required. Please know that our locations are busiest in the early morning when patients who are required to fast for testing often arrive.
Q: What do I need to bring for a lab test?
A: Please bring the completed test requisition or order form from your healthcare provider and a copy of your medical insurance card.
Q: How long does it take to receive test results?
A: This depends on the test performed. Most tests are completed and reported to your ordering healthcare provider within about 24 hours of receiving the sample for testing. Certain tests can take several days to weeks.
Q: How do I receive my test results?
A: Results are sent directly to the ordering healthcare provider. Your healthcare provider will contact you when your test results have been received.
Q: How do I pay for my lab service?
A: Paying your X-ray bill online is simple, secure and convenient. Log in now to make an electronic payment.
Policies and Procedures for Releasing Results
Please download our policies and procedures for releasing results through a lab site.