We make lab work quick and easy.
Have you ever gone to your doctor for a checkup and wondered why you had to go somewhere else to get a simple blood test? We’ve wondered the same thing. At ArchWell Health, we believe routine lab work should be easy and convenient. That’s why you never have to leave your ArchWell Health center to get routine blood tests or urine analysis. It’s one more way we make sure you get the care you need, when you need it.
Why do doctors recommend lab work?
Regular checkups with your primary care provider are essential for monitoring your overall health and catching any potential problems early on. Blood work, urine analysis, and stool samples can provide valuable information about your body's functioning and can help your provider identify any underlying health issues that may need to be addressed. By being proactive and getting these tests done regularly, you can stay on top of your health and take steps to prevent more serious health problems down the road.
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What to expect at your appointment
Your primary care provider may recommend one or more tests based on your age, health history, and current symptoms. Here are some things you can expect during an on-site lab work appointment:
- You’ll need to check in with the lab staff.
- You may be asked to provide a sample of your blood, urine, or stool.
- You may be asked to change into a gown.
- If a blood sample is needed, your care team member will collect it.
- You may be asked to wait for the results of your lab tests.
- The lab staff will give you the results of your tests.
Here are some questions you may want to ask your primary care provider or lab technician before having a blood draw or urine analysis:
- What type of lab work will be done?
- Why is this lab work being done?
- What are the risks and benefits of this lab work?
- How long will it take to get the results of this lab work?
- What should I do if I have any questions or concerns about this lab work?
It’s important to be honest with your provider or care team member about your health history and current symptoms. The more information you can provide, the better they’ll be able to meet your needs.