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If you need medical lab services, such as biopsies or DNA checks, you’ll need the services of a medical laboratory. Many of these labs are located in hospitals or medical centers, or they may be stand-alone facilities. Whatever the case, doctors and nurses frequently utilize medical labs to get testing done before they can operate, or to run tests on a cancer biopsy, for instance. Skilled technicians run these labs, providing analysis and diagnosis for anything from genetic testing to urine samples for drug testing. They can also run blood tests for the presence of allergies, such as seasonal or peanut allergies. They often work in conjunction with radiology, toxicology, and pathology departments. Technicians at such medical labs within clinics and hospitals run certain tests to provide diagnosis for doctors. They operate under certain local and federal regulations concerning testing procedures and confidentiality, for example. Consider these popular terms when sending out your sample for testing in a medical laboratory clinic.

  • Urinalysis – A lab analysis of a urine sample to determine the presence of disease, drugs, or other conditions.
  • DNA testing – The analysis of DeoxyriboNucleic Acid (DNA), which is essentially the genetic component of cells to find out if a person has a genetic marker for certain diseases or conditions.
  • Saliva testing – A method used whereby a saliva sample is taken from the patient to test for the presence of drugs.
  • Biopsy – The removal and subsequent examination of a sample of tissue from the body, such as breast tissue or a portion of a mole. Further testing may determine the presence of cancer or lack thereof.
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    Griffin Hospital Laboratory Blood Drawing Station
    22 Westfield Ave, Ansonia, CT 06401
    Certified by the College of American Pathologists, American Association of Blood Banks, and the Food & Drug Administration.
    (203) 732-0133
    Collaborative Laboratory Services/Patient Faciliti
    19 Woodland St, Hartford, CT 06105
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    (860) 947-0735
    User Review: "Quest was recommended but did not accept my insurance. They referred me to collaborative. I asked simple questions and..." - bess (CT)
    Family Care Medical Center
    1515 Allen St, Springfield, MA 01118
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    (413) 782-2199
    User Review: "Very professional staff. We arrived 15 minutes before closing on a saturday afternoon, though we did call ahead, and the..." - C. (MA)
    Waterbury Hospital Health Center
    305 Church St, Naugatuck, CT 06770
    (203) 723-4140
    Naugatuck Valley Radiological Associates
    56 Franklin St, Waterbury, CT 06706
    (203) 709-3674
    Laboratory Corporation Of America
    1068 W Main St, Waterbury, CT 06708
    (203) 574-1344
    Naugatuck Valley Radiological Associates
    166 Waterbury Rd Ste 105, Prospect, CT 06712
    (203) 758-7700
    Open MRI
    64 Robbins St, Waterbury, CT 06708
    (203) 573-7674
    Naugatuck Valley Radiological Associates
    1389 W Main St Ste 107, Waterbury, CT 06708
    (203) 574-1311
    Waterbury Hospital Health Center
    2154 E Main St, Waterbury, CT 06705
    (203) 575-0730
    Clinical Laboratory Partners LLC
    325 Highland Ave, Cheshire, CT 06410
    (203) 272-8911
    Laboratory Corporation of America
    2440 Whitney Ave, Hamden, CT 06518
    (203) 230-8249
    Clinical Laboratory Partners LLC
    3018 Dixwell Ave, Hamden, CT 06518
    (203) 288-8091
    Whitney Imaging Center
    2200 Whitney Ave Ste 120, Hamden, CT 06518
    (203) 288-3068
    Waterbury Hospital Blood Drawing Facilities
    40 Main St N, Woodbury, CT 06798
    (203) 266-4183

    Doctors, nurses, and technicians rely on medical supplies to do their job. In the 1800s, Clara Barton helped the U.S. Army establish a better system to get bandages, needles, and other equipment to hospitals. She'd found the system lacking and knew changes were necessary. Today, hospitals and health centers keep inventories of necessary kits, radiology, and photographic equipment. Without these machines and testing supplies finding a diagnosis is much harder. Pathology experts and autopsy specialists also rely on these supplies. Toxicology specialists use samples to determine toxins in the body fluids. Many tests are used daily in hospital or health clinic labs. Genetic markers rely on a blood or saliva sample to check DNA. Using these kits, doctors check for hereditary and genetic illnesses. Knowing if a patient will develop a disease in the future helps with prevention. Drug tests help parole officers or employers know if someone is avoiding drugs and alcohol as promised. Blood and urine samples help women know when they are ovulating or pregnant. No matter which examination is being performed, a sample of blood, urine, or saliva is sent to the lab to wait for the diagnosis. Doctors complete a rigorous college program to gain their license. Technicians often complete apprenticeships and courses offered by a clinic or hospital. Before they work independently, a supervisor ensures they understand all aspects of their job. Order medical supplies from a company that follows rules and regulations. Supplies must be sterile and current. Expired kits provide inaccurate results. Find these companies locally or online.
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