Laboratory and Diagnostics Services

Instant Urgent Care

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Laboratory and Diagnostics Services

Urgent Care/Laboratory and Diagnostics Services

 

Best Diagnostic Center & Preventive Healthcare Laboratory

At Instant Urgent Care, we provide a variety of lab and diagnostics services to help diagnose your medical conditions efficiently and effectively.

Our urgent care centers are equipped with their own medical laboratories, diagnostics equipment, and other tools to help identify your most pressing medical concerns. Think you have the flu? Come visit your nearest Instant Urgent Care facility without the need for an appointment to get a rapid flu test and evaluation. Each center also has a licensed medical provider staffed to help administer a treatment plan on top of evaluating the severity of a new injury.

For your convenience, we also offer onsite lab services. This helps our doctors to diagnose and treat your urgent medical condition as quickly as possible. And it also allows us to perform a wide variety of preventative health screenings in our office. Our patients can receive all of their care in one location, instead of driving all over town. Here are some examples of our services:

>Blood testing
>Mononucleosis testing
>Urinalysis
>Drug Screenings

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For more information about our Laboratory and Diagnostics Services, please call us at (408) 687-4806, or stop by today!

Frequently Asked Questions

Discover the answers to your questions and useful information about Laboratory and Diagnostics Services.

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1. What is laboratory and diagnostic care?

Laboratory and diagnostic care involves the use of medical tests, procedures, and technologies to diagnose, monitor, and treat various health conditions. This branch of healthcare includes a wide range of services such as blood tests, imaging studies, genetic testing, and other diagnostic procedures conducted in a laboratory or diagnostic center. These tests provide crucial information to healthcare professionals for accurate diagnosis, treatment planning, and monitoring of the progress of medical conditions.

2. Why is lab diagnostics important?

Lab diagnostics play a pivotal role in healthcare for several reasons: 

 

Accurate Diagnosis: Laboratory tests help healthcare providers identify and diagnose medical conditions accurately, enabling them to prescribe appropriate treatments. 

 

Disease Monitoring: Lab tests allow for the ongoing monitoring of chronic conditions, helping healthcare professionals adjust treatment plans as needed. 

 

Preventive Care: Some diagnostic tests are used for preventive purposes, aiding in the early detection of diseases or risk factors, which can lead to more effective interventions. 

 

Treatment Guidance: Lab results guide healthcare providers in determining the most suitable medications, therapies, or interventions for a patient’s specific condition.  

 

Screening and Early Detection: Certain diagnostic tests serve as screening tools, facilitating the early detection of diseases when they are more manageable and treatment outcomes are often better. 

3. How can I find a laboratory and diagnostic center near me?

Finding a laboratory and diagnostic center near you can be done through various methods: 

 

Ask Your Healthcare Provider: Your primary care physician can recommend reputable labs or diagnostic centers in your area. 

 

Insurance Provider: Check with your health insurance provider for a list of approved laboratories or diagnostic facilities. 

 

Local Hospitals: Hospitals often have their own diagnostic facilities, and they can provide a range of services. Check with your local hospital for options. 

 

Recommendations: Ask friends, family, or colleagues for recommendations based on their experiences with local laboratories or diagnostic centers. 

4. What are common diagnostic tests?

Several common diagnostic tests are routinely performed in laboratory and diagnostic settings. These include; Blood Tests, X-rays, CT scans, MRI scans, ECG or EKG, and more.

5. Which lab test is important?

The importance of a specific lab test depends on individual health concerns, symptoms, and risk factors. However, some commonly important lab tests include; Complete Blood Count (CBC), Blood Glucose Test, Lipid Panel, Thyroid Function Tests, Cancer Screenings, Liver Function Tests, Kidney Function Tests, and more.