Patients with upper respiratory infection symptoms including coughing or sneezing are asked to wear a mask.

Lab Services & Blood Tests

Our CLIA-approved* labs are equipped to provide most routine lab tests onsite, a convenient, time-saving service that allows patients to be seen by one of our skilled providers, diagnosed and treated all in the same visit. Our comprehensive range of routine lab tests includes:

COVID-19 Testing

For the safety of our patients and staff, COVID-19 testing is available by appointment only at Kulpsville and Quakertown.

Influenza A and B (flu)

If you suspect you have the flu, it’s important to be seen by a healthcare provider as soon as possible, since flu medications work best when treated early.

Pregnancy Tests

While home pregnancy tests are generally accurate, a professional urine or blood pregnancy test can confirm the results.

Mono Tests

Extreme fatigue, sore throat, swollen lymph nodes in the neck and armpits, swollen tonsils and headache are a few of the signs and symptoms that you may have mono. If you have these symptoms for more than a week, it may be time to see a doctor.

Rapid Strep Tests

Having a sore throat can be a sign of a serious bacterial infection. A throat culture and rapid strep test can help us quickly diagnose and treat your illness.

STD Tests

If you are at risk for potentially having a sexually transmitted disease (STD), early testing is vital to diagnose it and begin treatment.

UTI Tests

Urinary tract infections (UTI), caused by bacteria entering the urinary tract, can cause painful pelvic pressure, burning and cloudy urine; however, they don’t always cause signs or symptoms. If you suspect you have a UTI, it’s important to have it diagnosed and treated to prevent further complications.

Viral illness tests

Colds, herpes simplex, measles and chickenpox are common infectious diseases that are often contagious or can cause other infections. Our providers can evaluate and diagnose common viral infections and offer patients a treatment plan.

*To be CLIA-approved, a laboratory must meet the quality standards of the Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments regulations by passing periodic government inspections.