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Laboratory Services

Laboratory services provide screening and testing to detect, prevent and manage diseases.

Laboratory Services

Your Partner for Quality Accredited Laboratory Services

Đài xổ số miền bắcAt PIH Health, our full-service laboratories provide accurate and timely test results to your medical team. Our experienced staff is highly skilled and specially trained. We use the most advanced equipment, technology and methods available.

Our hospital-based lab facilities are fully accredited to meet the highest standards for quality established by the College of American Pathologists (CAP).

Blood Draw Locations Close to Home

Need to have a blood sample taken for testing? Choose one of PIH Health’s convenient locations in the Whittier area. Services are provided by our experienced personnel (phlebotomists) to all age groups, from newborn to elderly. You can walk in anytime; no appointment is needed. The lab is generally very busy during the first hour of opening so plan your visit accordingly. You must bring a lab slip (request) from your doctor for the draw.

Đài xổ số miền bắcCheck with your doctor for instructions you need to follow—such as fasting (no eating or drinking)—before having your blood drawn. You’ll be more comfortable during the process if you wear loose-fitting or short-sleeved clothing.

Your test results will be sent directly to your doctor.

More PIH Health Lab Services

Đài xổ số miền bắcLaboratory Services provide testing in the following subspecialties:

  • Chemistry – Examine a person’s general health status and monitor various drug levels
  • Hematology – Study of blood cells to detect blood disease
  • Coagulation – Evaluate and diagnose causes of excessive bleeding, clotting and platelet function
  • Microbiology – Study of bacteria and what antibiotics is most effective when treating suspected infection
  • Transfusion – Prepare blood products to ensure compatibility with patient to restore lost blood
  • Urinalysis – Examine urine to help diagnose disease or detect the presence of specific substances such as drugs

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