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CDL/DOT Physicals Walk-In Today

$60.00 – $85.00

LABS TO GO offers full Department of Transportation (DOT)/CDL physical examination services. DOT/CDL physicals are required at least every 24 months to ensure commercial motor vehicle (CMV) driver ability and safety. All LABS TO GO physical exams are performed by NRCME certified & experienced medical examiners. Our examiners are fully trained, tested, and certified in professional medical examination; specifically in relation and adherence to FMCSA new guidelines effective May 21, 2014. Our DOT/CDL physical testing goal is to ensure medical driver safety, while getting drivers back on the road with convenience and speed. Walk-in’s are available at our location located at Big Charlie’s Truck Plaza. 5792 Northampton Blvd Virginia Beach, VA 23455 Mon-Fri 7A-7P & Saturdays 8A-1P (757) 363-8888 Ask about our discounted rates for employers!

WHAT TO EXPECT

Your thorough physical exam will last around 20-30 minutes and consists of the following: Background Medical, Vision screening, Hearing screening, Height and weight, Blood pressure reading, Pulse, Breathing rate, Temperature Urinalysis Additional testing as appropriate Please have any specialized medical cards or documentation requests available at the time of your visit. A medical examiner’s certificate will be provided at appointment completion.

The Difference

*Compared to traditional laboratory, hospital, or clinical testing

Affordable Lab Tests vs. Traditional Tests

LABS TO GO’s “Affordable Lab Tests” service is an alternative to traditional, physician prescribed tests. Our testing services are on an individual, as requested basis. Choose only the tests you want, and take them with complete confidentiality no doctor order, health insurance, or appointment needed. Affordable Lab Tests is an economic, convenient solution for those who want to proactively manage their health, and prefer to pay upfront (for those using insurance, please see our Phlebotomy Services).

Cost

Affordable Lab Tests services from LABS TO GO will save consumers 30% 70% off the retail cost of medical testing services. No hidden costs. No surprise insurance bills. Whether you are insured, dealing with high deductibles, or monitoring HSA expenditures, LABS TO GO will save you a substantial amount of money with our self-paid medical lab tests*.

Our Tests

Our testing services are an efficient, cost-effective way to manage your health. Medical testing can help identify serious conditions early, even if there are no symptoms. LABS TO GO can perform tests anywhere, including your home, place of business or at our Virginia Beach walk-in location. Over 100 test types and customized health panels are available, for adults and children.

Annual Physical Testing

Chemistry 23, CBC

$65.00

Special instructions: Requires patient to fast for 12 hours prior to testing. Test Components: Chemistry 23* – Provides a snapshot of overall health and well-being. Can help detect several different disorders, with a focus on liver, kidney, and heart health. CBC (Complete Blood Count) A panel of tests that measures blood cells, platelets, hemoglobin, and hematocrit values. All values are taken into consideration and measured against the “normal” range of healthy blood cell levels. Tests for bleeding disorders, infections, and several other disorders. Often used for disease detection and medication/treatment monitoring.

Chemistry 23, CBC, UA

$80.00

Special instructions: Requires patient to fast for 12 hours prior to testing. Test Components: Chemistry 23* – Provides a snapshot of overall health and well-being. Can help detect several different disorders, with a focus on liver, kidney, and heart health. CBC (Complete Blood Count) A panel of tests that measures blood cells, platelets, hemoglobin, and hematocrit values. All values are taken into consideration and measured against the “normal” range of healthy blood cell levels. Tests for bleeding disorders, infections, and several other disorders. Often used for disease detection and medication/treatment monitoring. UA (Urinalysis) Looks at several different factors to determine overall well-being, and detect kidney problems, diabetes, and urinary bladder disease. Test factors include: color/appearance, bilirubin, glucose, ketones, leukocyte esterase, nitrite, occult blood, pH, protein, sediment examination, and urobilinogen.

Children’s Health Panel

$95.00

Test Overview: Checks all main aspects of a child’s health to give a snapshot of overall well-being and detect areas for potential monitoring. Includes a blood lead screening to test for exposure to toxic paints and substances. Special instructions: Child should fast for 12 hours prior to collection. Test Overview: Checks all main aspects of a child’s health to give a snapshot of overall well-being and detect areas for potential monitoring. Includes a blood lead screening to test for exposure to toxic paints and substances. Test Components: Lead, Blood Tests blood for lead exposure and possible lead poisoning. CBC (Complete Blood Count) A panel of tests that measures blood cell, platelet, hemoglobin, and hematocrit values. All values are taken into consideration and measured against the “normal” range of healthy blood cell levels. Tests for bleeding disorders, infections, and several other disorders. Often used for disease detection and medication/treatment monitoring. Chemistry 23* – Provides a snapshot of overall health and well-being. Can help detect several different disorders, with a focus on liver, kidney, and heart health. Urinalysis, Routine (UA) Looks at several different factors to determine overall well-being, and detect kidney problems, diabetes, and urinary bladder disease. Test factors include: color/appearance, bilirubin, glucose, ketones, leukocyte esterase, nitrite, occult blood, pH, protein, sediment examination, and urobilinogen.

Men’s Health Panel

$140.00

Test Overview: Checks all main aspects of a man’s health to give a snapshot of overall well-being and detect areas for potential monitoring. Includes male-specific prostate testing, as well as adult-targeted cholesterol screening. Special instructions: Requires patient to fast for 12 hours prior to testing. Test Components: CBC (Complete Blood Count) A panel of tests that measures blood cells, platelets, hemoglobin, and hematocrit values. All values are taken into consideration and measured against the “normal” range of healthy blood cell levels. Tests for bleeding disorders, infections, and several other disorders. Often used for disease detection and medication/treatment monitoring. Chemistry 23* Provides a snapshot of overall health and well-being. Can help detect several different disorders, with a focus on liver, kidney, and heart health. Lipid Panel Measures lipid (HDL, LDL, VLDL) levels to determine overall cholesterol levels and status. PSA (Prostate-Specific Antigen) Tests blood for a glycoprotein (PSA). Presence of this PSA is often an early indicator of prostate cancer or tumors. This test is regularly used to monitor men at increased risk for prostate cancer and assist in early detection. TSH (Thyroid Stimulating Hormone) Monitors and detects thyroid problems. Can detect disorders that include hyperthyroidism and hypothyroidism, and help determine when physician intervention may be recommended. UA (Urinalysis) Looks at several different factors to determine overall well-being, and detect kidney problems, diabetes, and urinary bladder disease. Test factors include: color/appearance, bilirubin, glucose, ketones, leukocyte esterase, nitrite, occult blood, pH, protein, sediment examination, and urobilinogen.

Women’s Health Panel

$130.00

Test Overview: Checks all main aspects of a woman’s health to give a snapshot of overall well-being and detect areas for potential monitoring. Special instructions: Requires patient to fast for 14 hours prior to testing. Test Components: CBC (Complete Blood Count) A panel of tests that measures blood cell, platelet, hemoglobin, and hematocrit values. All values are taken into consideration and measured against the “normal” range of healthy blood cell levels. Tests for bleeding disorders, infections, and several other disorders. Often used for disease detection and medication/treatment monitoring. Chemistry 23* Provides a snapshot of overall health and well-being. Can help detect several different disorders, with a focus on liver, kidney, and heart health. Lipid Panel Measures lipid (HDL, LDL, VLDL) levels to determine overall cholesterol levels and status. TSH (Thyroid Stimulating Hormone) Monitors and detects thyroid problems. Can detect disorders that include hyperthyroidism and hypothyroidism, and help determine when physician intervention may be recommended. UA (Urinalysis) Looks at several different factors to determine overall well-being, and detect kidney problems, diabetes, and urinary bladder disease. Test factors include: color/appearance, bilirubin, glucose, ketones, leukocyte esterase, nitrite, occult blood, pH, protein, sediment examination, and urobilinogen.

Blood Disease & Disorder Tests

ABO/Rh Blood

$55.00

ANA w/Reflex

$55.00

Anemia Profile

$95.00

Antibody Identification

$165.00

Antibody Screen w/Reflex Identification

$60.00

Antinuclear Antibodies

$85.00

Chloride, Serum

$40.00

Complete Blood Count (CBC) w/Platelets & Differential

$40.00

Test Components: CBC (Complete Blood Count) A panel of tests that measures blood cells, platelets, hemoglobin, and hematocrit values. All values are taken into consideration and measured against the “normal” range of healthy blood cell levels. Tests for bleeding disorders, infections, and several other disorders. Often used for disease detection and medication/treatment monitoring.

D-Dimer

$55.00

Ferritin

$45.00

Fructosamine

$60.00

Hemoglobin A1c, Blood

$50.00

Hemoglobin & Hemocrit (H&H)

$40.00

Iron, Total

$40.00

Prothrombin Time, Protime-INR (PT)

$60.00

Partial Thromboplastin Time, Activated (PTT, aPTT)

$60.00

Rheumatoid Factor

$55.00

SED Rate (ESR)

$40.00

Sickle Cell Screen

$50.00

Total Iron Binding Capacity (TIBC)

$40.00

Uric Acid

$40.00

Anti-Thyroid Anitbodies

$195.00

Anti CCP

$90.00

ANA Titer to Reflex positive ANA

$115.00

Antidiuretic Hormone ADH

$100.00

Anti Extractable Nuclear Antigen ENA

$95.00

Anabolic Steroid Panel

$230.00

Antibody Thyrotropin Receptor

$165.00

Hemoglobin Electrophoresis W/ Solubility

$85.00

Hemoglobin Electropherisis W/Out Solubility

$125.00

Leptin

$155.00

Lipase

$50.00

Lyme Disease

$225.00

Lyme Disease with Confirmation

$170.00

Cancer Detection Screenings

Alpha-Fetorprotein (AFP)

$50.00

Breast Cancer Panel (CA 15.3)

$55.00

Test Components Breast Cancer Panel (CA 15.3) Checks for normal levels of cancer antigen 15-3. Test is broad, and used mainly to monitor the effectiveness of various treatment options and monitor recessive cancers. Though increased levels may indicate presence of a tumor or cancer cells, CA 15-3 should be relied on more for breast cancer monitoring than detection.

CA 19.9 (Pancreatic and Colon Cancer Screening)

$65.00

CA 27.29 (Breast Cancer Reoccurrence)

$75.00

CA-125

$55.00

Carcinoembryonic Antigen (CEA)

$55.00

Male Cancer Panel

$320.00

Test Overview: A multi-component test to screen men for multiple forms of cancer, including prostate. Test Components: Cancer Screening/Tumor Marking Panel: Carbohydrate Antigen 19.9 (CA 19.9) Tests for gastric/pancreatic or stomach cancer; Carcinoembryonic Antigen (CEA) Tests for colorectal cancer; Alpha-Fetoprotein, SE Can help detect testicular, stomach, liver, pancreatic, renal (kidney), brain, and lymphatic cancers; Neuron Specific Enolase Tests for lung cancer. PSA (Prostate-Specific Antigen) Tests blood for a glycoprotein (PSA). Presence of this PSA is often an early indicator of prostate cancer or tumors. This test is regularly used to monitor men at increased risk for prostate cancer and assist in early detection.

Women Cancer Panel

$320.00

Test Overview: A multi-component test to screen women for multiple forms of cancer, including breast and ovarian. Test Components: Breast Cancer Panel (CA 15.3) Checks for normal levels of cancer antigen 15.3. Test is broad, and used mainly to monitor the effectiveness of various treatment options and monitor recessive cancers. Though increased levels may indicate presence of a tumor or cancer cells, CA 15.3 should be relied on more for breast cancer monitoring than detection. Cancer Screening & Tumor Marker Panel: Cancer Antigen 27.29 (CA 27.29) Tests for breast cancer; Carbohydrate Antigen 19.9 (CA 19.9) Tests for gastric/pancreatic or stomach cancer; Carcinoembryonic Antigen (CEA) Tests for colorectal cancer; Cancer Antigen 125 (CA 125) Tests for ovarian cancer; Alpha-Fetoprotein, SE Can help detect testicular, stomach, liver, pancreatic, renal (kidney), brain, and lymphatic cancers; Neuron Specific Enolase Tests for lung cancer.

Prostate Specific Antigen (PSA)

$50.00

Diabetes Testing

Antithyroglobulin Thyroid AB

$100.00

Bun/Creatinine w/Ratio

$40.00

Chemistry Profile 4 (Lipid and Glucose)

$65.00

Glucose, Serum

$40.00

G6PD Glucose 6 Phosphate Dehydrogenate Red Blood Cells

$65.00

Hemoglobin A1c

$50.00

Insulin Growth Factor IGF-1

$70.00

Insulin, Serum

$45.00

Microalbumin, Random Urine

$50.00

Osomolality,Urine

$65.00

Sterile Cup

Thyroid Antibodies

$215.00

Topiramate topamax

$125.00

Urea Nitrogen (BUN)

$40.00

Environmental Toxin Testing

Arsenic, Random Urine

$60.00

Bath Salt

$80.00

Cadium, Random Urine

$60.00

Carbon Monoxide

$55.00

H. Pylori Stool Antigen

$145.00

Lead, Blood

$55.00

Test Components: Lead, Blood Tests blood for lead exposure and possible lead poisoning.

Lead and Zinc Protoporphyrin (ZPP) Occupational

$60.00

Mercury, Urine

$60.00

Mercury, Whole Blood

$55.00

Metal Panel, Random Urine

$145.00

Osha Cadmium Blood and Urine Profile

$145.00

Ova and Parasites (Stool O&P)

$50.00

PCB (Polychlorinated Biphenyls)

$75.00

Shigatoxins of E.Coli (Stool)

$60.00

Stool, C.Diff Tox

$85.00

Stool Culture

$50.00

Zinc, Urine

$65.00

Fitness / Nutrition / Anit-Aging Tests

Cortisol, Serum

$50.00

Cortisol,Saliva

$110.00

Female Anti-Aging Deluxe

$195.00

Female Anti-Aging Deluxe Plus

$530.00

Follicle Stimulating Hormone (FSH)

$45.00

HLA B27

$190.00

Male Anti-Aging Deluxe

$385.00

Male Anti-Aging Deluxe Plus

$510.00

T4, Free

$45.00

T4, Total

$45.00

Thiamine, Vitamin B1

$510.00

Thyroid Stimulating Hormone (TSH)

$40.00

Thyroid Stimulating Hormone (TSH) w/Reflex T4,Free

$40.00

Urinalysis w/Micro

$40.00

Urinalysis w/Relex Culture

$40.00

Urinalysis, Routine (UA)

$40.00

Vitamin B12

$50.00

Vitamin B12 and Folic Acid

$70.00

Vitamin D, 25-OH, Total

$70.00

Heart & Cholesterol Testing

Chemistry Profile 4 (Lipid Panel and Glucose)

$65.00

Cholesterol, Total

$40.00

C-Reactive Protein, High Sensitivity CRP

$50.00

HDL, Cholesterol

$45.00

Homocysteine, CVD

$60.00

LDL, Direct Cholesterol

$45.00

Lipid Panel (Cardiac Panel)

$40.00

Lipoprotein Subfractionation Profile

$260.00

NMR

$175.00

Triglycerides

$40.00

Hormone Testing

Amenorrhea Profile

$90.00

Anti-Mullerian AG

$265.00

Cortisol, Serum

$50.00

DHEA Sulfate (DHEA-S)

$70.00

Estradiol

$70.00

Estriol, Free

$60.00

Estrogen, Total

$95.00

Follicle Stimulating Hormone (FSH)

$45.00

Luteinizing Hormone (LH)

$45.00

Men Hormone Panel

$275.00

Test Overview: Verifies men’s hormone and reproductive levels against normal. Test Components: Cortisol Tests cortisol levels in the blood. Produced by the adrenal gland, cortisol helps maintain stress levels and control weight gain. Dehypoepiandrosterone Sulfate (D-HEAS) Measures D-HEAS levels in the blood. D-HEAS is a hormone necessary for the production of testosterone in men. Test results are indicative of overall adrenal gland performance. Estradiol Measures the level of total testosterone against the level of estradiol in a man’s body. Estradiol is the product of converted testosterone. Elevated estradiol levels are associated with decreased testosterone, aging, and possible hormone imbalances. Estrogen Men also produce an amount of estrogen. This test measures the total amount of estrogen in the body. Results can be compared with the total testosterone levels to detect hormone imbalances and track male aging and andropause progression. Luteinizing Hormone (LH) Used to measure and evaluate overall fertility in both men and women. Total Testosterone Measures overall testosterone levels which are necessary for male reproduction.

PTH, intake

$60.00

Parathyroid Hormone

$60.00

Potassium

$40.00

Progesterone

$55.00

Prolactin

$55.00

T4, Free

$45.00

T4, Total

$45.00

Testosterone, Free (Adult Male)

$80.00

Testosterone, Free (Female or Child)

$140.00

Testosterone, Free/Total/SHBG (Adult Male)

$125.00

Testosterone, Free/Total/SHBG (Female or Child)

$185.00

Testosterone, Total

$50.00

Thyroid Stimulating Hormone (TSH)

$40.00

Thyroid Stimulating Hormone (TSH)w/Reflex T4, Free

$40.00

Women Hormone Panel

$300.00

Test Overview: Verifies women’s hormone and reproductive levels against normal. Test Components: Cortisol Tests cortisol levels in the blood. Produced by the adrenal gland, cortisol helps maintain stress levels and control weight gain. Dehypoepiandrosterone Sulfate (D-HEAS) Measures D-HEAS levels in the blood. D-HEAS is a hormone necessary for the production of testosterone in men and estrogen in women. Test results are indicative of overall adrenal gland and ovarian performance. Estradiol A form of estrogen, estradiol testing is mainly used to measure ovarian function in women, but can also be used to assess adrenal function and detect some genetic defects. Estrogen Measures overall estrogen levels that are necessary for female reproduction. Luteinizing Hormone (LH) Measures LH levels in the blood to determine fertility and to measure menstruation patterns. The luteinizing hormone helps regulate menstruation and ovulation. Progesterone Measures female fertility, reproduction capabilities, and ovarian production and cycles. Follicle Stimulating Hormone (FSH) Necessary for menstrual regulation and consistent production of eggs. Thyroid Stimulating Hormone (TSH) Monitors and detects thyroid problems. Can detect disorders that include hyperthyroidism and hypothyroidism, and help determine when physician intervention may be recommended.

Infertility Testing

ABO/Rh Blood

$55.00

Amenorrhea Profile

$90.00

Anti-Mullerian Ag

$265.00

Estradiol

$70.00

Follicle Stimulating Hormone (FSH)

$45.00

HCG Qualiative serum

$100.00

Luteinizing Hormone (LH)

$45.00

Men Hormone Panel

$275.00

Men Fertility Panel

$225.00

Pregnancy, Urine Qual

$50.00

Pregnancy HCG, QT (Blood)

$55.00

Progesterone

$55.00

Prolactin

$55.00

Thyroid Stimulating Hormone (TSH)

$40.00

Vitamin D, 25-OH, Total

$70.00

Women Infertility Panel

$460.00

Immunization / Titer Testing

Hepatitis A Antibody total with reflex

$65.00

To see if immune to Hepatitis A Vaccine

Hepatitis A Total W/ Reflx to Quant

$70.00

Hepatitis A Antibody, IGM

$60.00

Hepatitis A, Bc, C and HIV

$235.00

Hepatitis B Core Antibody, IGM

$60.00

To see if immune to Hepatitis B Vaccine

Hepatitis B pcr virus,QT

$185.00

Hepatitis C Virus Antibody w/Reflex

$60.00

Hepatitis Panel with Confirmation

$265.00

HGG, Qualative, Serum

$100.00

Measles (Rubeola) Immune Status

$70.00

MMR Immune Status Panel

$85.00

MMR Immune Status Panel and Varicella Zoster

$145.00

MUMPS Immune Status

$70.00

Rubella IGG Antibody

$70.00

Varicella Zoster Immune Status

$70.00

Rabies Antibody Titer

$165.00

Endpoint Titer testing

Kidney Function Tests

Brun/Creatinine

$40.00

Calcium

$40.00

Carbon Dioxide

$40.00

Creatinine

$40.00

Creatinine Kinase-MB

$65.00

Potassium

$40.00

Sed Rate (ESR)

$40.00

Urea Nitrogen (BUN)

$40.00

Urinalysis, Routine (UA)

$40.00

Liver Function Tests

Acute Hepatitis Panel

$140.00

Albumin

$40.00

Alkaline Phosphatase

$40.00

Alpha-Fetoprotein (AFP)

$50.00

ALT (SGPT)

$40.00

AST (SGOT)

$40.00

Bilirubin, Direct

$40.00

Bilirubin, Total

$40.00

Copper, Serum

$55.00

Copper, Urine

$60.00

Copper, Whole Blood

$55.00

GGT (Gamma Glutamyl Transpeptidase)

$40.00

Hepatic Function Panel

$40.00

Hepatitis A Antibody, IGM

$60.00

Hepatitis A Antibody Total w/Reflex

$65.00

Hepatitis B Core Antibody, IGM

$60.00

Hepatitis B Surface Antibody, QT

$65.00

Hepatitis B Surface Antigen Confirmation

$50.00

Hepatitis B Surface Antigen w/Reflex

$60.00

Hepatitis C Virus Antibody w/Reflex to Hep C virus,QT

$60.00

Hepatitis C Virus Antibody with Reflex

$60.00

Hepatitis C Virus (HCV) w/ Riba 3.0

$265.00

Hepatitis C Virus QT

$185.00

LDH (Lactic Acid Dehydrogenase)

$40.00

Protein, Total

$35.00

TSS Transglutaminase

$100.00

Organ Disease Tests

Acute Hepatitis Panel

$140.00

Amylase

$40.00

Basic Metabolic Panel

$40.00

Chemistry 23

$50.00

Comprehensive Metabolic Panel

$40.00

Electrolyte Panel

$40.00

Hepatic Function Panel

$40.00

Lipid Panel (Cardiac Panel)

$40.00

Obstetric Panel w/Reflex

$175.00

Renal Panel

$40.00

Therapeutic Drug Monitoring

Digoxin

$65.00

Lithium

$70.00

Partial Thromboplastin Time (PTT), (aPTT)

$60.00

Phenytoin (Dilantin)

$60.00

Prothrombin Time, Protime (PT)

$60.00

Valproic Acid (Depakene)

$55.00

Thyroid Testing

Iodine, Serum or Plasma

$100.00

Iodine, Urine

$40.00

Iodine, Urine w/Creatinine

$96.00

T3, Total

$45.00

T3, Uptake

$45.00

T4, Free

$45.00

T4, Total

$45.00

Thyroid Peroxidase Antibodies (TPO)

$50.00

Thyroid Stimulating Hormone (TSH)

$40.00

Thyroid Stimulating Hormone (TSH) w/Reflex T4, Free

$40.00

T3,Reverse

$90.00

Triiodothyronine,Free

Vitamins & Minerals Testing

Calcium

$40.00

Copper, Serum

$55.00

Copper, Urine

$60.00

Copper, Whole Blood

$55.00

Ferritin

$45.00

Folic Acid

$50.00

Iron, Status

$40.00

Iron Total

$40.00

Nagnesium

$40.00

Phospherous, Serum

$40.00

Prealbumin

$45.00

TIBC (Total Iron Binding Capacity)

$40.00

Vitamin A

$90.00

Vitamin B6

$330.00

Vitamin B12

$50.00

Vitamin B12/Folic Acid

$70.00

Vitamin C

$115.00

Vitamin D, 25-OH,Total

$70.00

Vitamin E

$85.00

Zinc, RBC

$100.00

Zinc, Serum

$70.00

Zinc, Urine

$65.00

Zinc, Whole Blood

$80.00

Children’s Health

Children Health Panel

$95.00

Test Overview: Checks all main aspects of a child’s health to give a snapshot of overall well-being and detect areas for potential monitoring. Includes a blood lead screening to test for exposure to toxic paints and substances. Special instructions: Child should fast for 12 hours prior to collection. Test Components: Lead, Blood Tests blood for lead exposure and possible lead poisoning. CBC (Complete Blood Count) A panel of tests that measures blood cell, platelet, hemoglobin, and hematocrit values. All values are taken into consideration and measured against the “normal” range of healthy blood cell levels. Tests for bleeding disorders, infections, and several other disorders. Often used for disease detection and medication/treatment monitoring. Chemistry 23* Provides a snapshot of overall health and well-being. Can help detect several different disorders, with a focus on liver, kidney, and heart health. Urinalysis, Routine (UA) Looks at several different factors to determine overall well-being, and detect kidney problems, diabetes, and urinary bladder disease. Test factors include: color/appearance, bilirubin, glucose, ketones, leukocyte esterase, nitrite, occult blood, pH, protein, sediment examination, and urobilinogen.

Food Allergen Panel

$210.00

Lead, Blood

$55.00

Lead, Blood

$55.00

Test Components: Lead, Blood Tests blood for lead exposure and possible lead poisoning.

Pediatric Allergen Panel

$230.00

Adoption

Adoption

Various tests may be used in the process of uncovering family relationships. LABS TO GO offers specialized services for both clients going through the adoption process, and clients in search of their birth families. Please contact us for more information.

Identity

DNA Identity testing is the most accurate way to identify and distinguish individuals.

DNA Banking Child

$285.00

Securely store a sample of your child’s DNA. This genetic fingerprint can help identify missing children. Available for chain of custody or personal use. DNA is stored at a secure third-party facility for optimum security.

DNA Banking Adult

$285.00

Adult DNA banking can be useful for paternity testing, estate claims, and identification purposes. Recommended for those in high-risk professions. DNA is stored at a secure third-party facility for optimum security.

DNA Profiling

$225.00 / $190.00

Available for both children and adults, a DNA profile is a document that contains identifying genetic traits. Profiles are often used for identification purposes, and can also be helpful in settling estates or inheritances. DNA profiles also help reveal any inherited traits or characteristics, including disease. DNA Banking and Profiling services may be bundled together. This combined test option includes a Typing Report which includes a person’s allele sizes, or genetic profile, and a Banking Certificate that states the terms of storage.

Child Identification Services

Designed to answer any suspicions that one’s baby may have been inadvertently switched at the hospital. Many mothers have voiced their concern at the hospital, but do not have the option to be sure. A child identification DNA test can help allay fears.

Geneology / Ancestry

Genealogy/Ancestry testing is meant to help uncover family history. It can even tell you where your ancestors came from thousands of years ago.

AncestrybyDNA

$235.00

Determines an ancestor’s country of origin.

Native American

Identifies Native American lineage, to help protect a tribe’s genetic legacy. Results may also be used to support tribal enrollment or disenrollment cases.

Paternal Lineage

$175.00

Determines whether two or more males are related through a paternal line.

Maternal Lineage

$240.00

Determines whether two or more individuals are related through a maternal line.

Dual Lineage (Paternal & Maternal bundle)

$.00

Bundle the paternal and maternal lineage tests together to save!

Family Relationship

Family relationship testing is designed to help determine possible family relationships between individuals. Family relationship test options include:

Paternity

$260.00 / $335.00

Legal and Informational test available. (See our Paternity Testing page)

Maternity

$345.00

Determines whether a tested woman is the biological mother of a tested child.

Grandparentage

$400.00

Performed in the absence of an alleged father, this test determines the relationship between a child and the parents of the alleged father.

Single Grandparentage

Determines the relationship between a child and a single grandparent, if both are unavailable.

Genetic Reconstruction

Determines the relationship between a child and the alleged father’s close relatives.

Siblingship

$390.00

Tests two children, and determines whether they share one or both parents.

Twin Zygosity

$325.00 / $250.00

Distinguishes whether twins are fraternal or identical.

Paternal Lineage

$175.00

Determines whether two or more males are related through a paternal line.

Maternal Lineage

$240.00

Determines whether two or more individuals are related through a maternal line.

Immigration

About

DNA testing is sometimes needed during the immigration process to help prove identity and biologic relationship to a current citizen. LABS TO GO can help make the immigration process easier. We provide the AABB-accredited DNA testing services required by immigration, and can provide services in over 168 countries.

Testing Process

Domestic testing: LABS TO GO collects a copy of all immigration paperwork. Sample collection can be arranged at your home or place of business. International testing: To begin, LABS TO GO collects a copy of all immigration paperwork, payment, and travel dates. We provide all necessary testing supplies and instructions to the U.S. Embassy in the country where testing is needed. The U.S. Embassy will then contact the subject for test scheduling. Note: Due to limited availability, Embassy testing does take longer than domestic testing. Additional fees may apply.

Results

DNA sample results are processed within 3-14 business days (depending on the nature of the test). Test results are legally defensible and will be issued directly to the U.S. petitioner and appropriate immigration authorities.

Prenatal Paternity Testing

Amino & CVS

$435.00

Amniotic fluid is obtained through amniocentesis or CVS. Requires an obstetrician order; check with a doctor to see if this may be the right option.

Drug & Alcohol Testing

Drug,Blood 6 Panel

$270.00

Results in 9 Days

Blood, Marijuana

$90.00

Results in 6 days

Alcohol,Blood

$75.00

Test back within 3-10 hours

Alcohol,Urine

$70.00

Alcohol,Instant

$35.00

Instant 10 Panel mcup Urine

$75.00

Background

* Statistics from US Drug Enforcement Administration. **In accordance with all applicable rules and laws.

Statistics

74% of adults who use illegal drugs are employed*. Drug users are 5x more likely to file a Worker’s Compensation claim*

Benefits of Drug & Alcohol Testing

Employers with drug test programs in place experience a 51% reduction in workplace injury, within two years of implementing the program. A 5% – 20% annual insurance premium reduction is available in 15 states to employers that establish a drug free work place program**

Our Tests

LABS TO GO can perform tests anywhere. We can take between 5 and 11 panel tests, with results in under five minutes. DOT and non-DOT specimens (non-rapid test types) are sent to a SAMHSA certified laboratory for processing. Results are typically processed within 24-48 hours. Additional SAMHSA lab testing is recommended to confirm non-negative rapid test results. All drug and alcohol tests are conducted using certified and approved SAMHSA testing products. All test programs are administered in accordance with Federal Drug Free Workplace Testing Guidelines, and state regulations. All tests results are handled promptly, and in accordance to HIPAA rules and regulations.

Amphetamines AMP

Barbiturates BAR

Benzodiazepines BZO

Cocaine COC

Marijuana THC

Methadone MTD

Methamphetamine

Opiates OPI

Oxycodone OXY

Phencyclidine PCP

Propoxyphene PPX

Department of Transportation (DOT)

Tests adhere to all DOT mandates (please contact us for list); all drug & alcohol testing devices are SAMHSA Certified

DOT and non-DOT tests screen for: AMP, COC, THC, OPI, PCP, THC, 6-AM, MDMA

Instant breathalyzer results; FDA 510(k) cleared

Saliva alcohol testing available. The zero tolerance level for DOT programs is a BAC .02%

Business

LABS TO GO can assist with establishing a Drug Free Workplace Program

Specimens are collected in accordance to your company’s requirements, as well as state and federal regulations

Employers have the option of sending employees to one of our local labs for testing at a discounted rate

School / Sports Organizations

On-site testing

Results in under 5 minutes

Infectious Disease

Anaerobic Culture

$50.00

Blood Culture

$50.00

Genital Culture

$50.00

Occult Blood Stool Hemocult, 1 day

$50.00

Ova & Parasites (O&P)

$50.00

Penile Culture

$50.00

Shigatoxins of E.Coli

$60.00

Stool Culture

$50.00

Strep (Group A)

$50.00

Strep (Group B)

$55.00

Throat Culture (Upper Respiratory)

$50.00

Urine Culture

$50.00

Urine Cytology

$175.00

Wound Culture (Aerobic)

$50.00

Men’s Health

Male Anti-Aging Deluxe

$385.00

Male Anti-Aging Deluxe Plus

$510.00

Male Cancer Panel

$265.00

Test Overview: A multi-component test to screen men for multiple forms of cancer, including prostate. Test Components: Cancer Screening/Tumor Marking Panel: Carbohydrate Antigen 19.9 (CA 19.9) Tests for gastric/pancreatic or stomach cancer; Carcinoembryonic Antigen (CEA) Tests for colorectal cancer; Alpha-Fetoprotein, SE Can help detect testicular, stomach, liver, pancreatic, renal (kidney), brain, and lymphatic cancers; Neuron Specific Enolase Tests for lung cancer. PSA (Prostate-Specific Antigen) Tests blood for a glycoprotein (PSA). Presence of this PSA is often an early indicator of prostate cancer or tumors. This test is regularly used to monitor men at increased risk for prostate cancer and assist in early detection.

Male Hair Loss Panel

$210.00

Male Infertility Panel

$210.00

Men Health Panel

$140.00

Test Overview: Checks all main aspects of a man’s health to give a snapshot of overall well-being and detect areas for potential monitoring. Includes male-specific prostate testing, as well as adult-targeted cholesterol screening. Special instructions: Requires patient to fast for 12 hours prior to testing. Test Components: CBC (Complete Blood Count) A panel of tests that measures blood cells, platelets, hemoglobin, and hematocrit values. All values are taken into consideration and measured against the “normal” range of healthy blood cell levels. Tests for bleeding disorders, infections, and several other disorders. Often used for disease detection and medication/treatment monitoring. Chemistry 23* Provides a snapshot of overall health and well-being. Can help detect several different disorders, with a focus on liver, kidney, and heart health. Lipid Panel Measures lipid (HDL, LDL, VLDL) levels to determine overall cholesterol levels and status. PSA (Prostate-Specific Antigen) Tests blood for a glycoprotein (PSA). Presence of this PSA is often an early indicator of prostate cancer or tumors. This test is regularly used to monitor men at increased risk for prostate cancer and assist in early detection. TSH (Thyroid Stimulating Hormone) Monitors and detects thyroid problems. Can detect disorders that include hyperthyroidism and hypothyroidism, and help determine when physician intervention may be recommended. UA (Urinalysis) Looks at several different factors to determine overall well-being, and detect kidney problems, diabetes, and urinary bladder disease. Test factors include: color/appearance, bilirubin, glucose, ketones, leukocyte esterase, nitrite, occult blood, pH, protein, sediment examination, and urobilinogen.

Men Hormone Panel

$275.00

Test Overview: Verifies men’s hormone and reproductive levels against normal. Test Components: Cortisol Tests cortisol levels in the blood. Produced by the adrenal gland, cortisol helps maintain stress levels and control weight gain. Dehypoepiandrosterone Sulfate (D-HEAS) Measures D-HEAS levels in the blood. D-HEAS is a hormone necessary for the production of testosterone in men. Test results are indicative of overall adrenal gland performance. Estradiol Measures the level of total testosterone against the level of estradiol in a man’s body. Estradiol is the product of converted testosterone. Elevated estradiol levels are associated with decreased testosterone, aging, and possible hormone imbalances. Estrogen Men also produce an amount of estrogen. This test measures the total amount of estrogen in the body. Results can be compared with the total testosterone levels to detect hormone imbalances and track male aging and andropause progression. Luteinizing Hormone (LH) Used to measure and evaluate overall fertility in both men and women. Total Testosterone Measures overall testosterone levels which are necessary for male reproduction.

Prostate Specific Antigen (PSA)

$50.00

STD & HIV Testing

Chlamydia

$80.00

Chlamydia and Gonorrhea Panel

$110.00

Gonorrhea

$80.00

Herpes Simplex Virus (HSV) Type I IGG

$75.00

Herpes Simplex Virus (HSV) Type II IGG

$75.00

Herpes Simplex Virus (HSV) Type I and II IGG

$100.00

Herpes Simplex Virus (HSV) Type I and II IGM

$80.00

Herpes Simplex Virus (HSV) Type I Molecular

$135.00

Herpes Simplex Virus (HSV) Type II Molecular

$135.00

Herpes Simplex Virus (HSV) Type I and II Molecular

$210.00

HIV GenoTyping

$810.00

HIV-1/HIV-2 Antibody Screen w/Reflex

$70.00

Test Overview: HIV (Human Immunodeficiency Virus) is the virus that causes AIDS (Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome). HIV is a contagious disease that may spread when the blood and bodily fluids of an infected person come into contact with broken skin or mucous membranes of an uninfected person. Test Components: HIV-1/HIV-2 Antibody Screen (with Reflex) Tests screens for the HIV-1 and HIV-2 antibodies which indicate presence of the HIV virus. HIV tests can help predict level the of virus progression. Reflex test is included to confirm any positive results.

HIV-1 Western Blot

$310.00

HIV-2 ImmunoBlot

$310.00

HIV-2 Antibody Screen

$160.00

HTLV I/II,Antibodies,QL with Reflex

$85.00

HTLV 1/2 Confirmation Western Blot

$225.00

Human T-Lymphotropic Virus (HTLV) I and II

$145.00

HTLV 1/2 Reflex to 99646

$70.00

IGA Immunoglobin

$60.00

Mold Mix 1, IGE

$50.00

Test for mold

Neisseria Gonorrhea

$80.00

STD and HIV Panel

$235.00

HIV,Hep A, Hep B, Surface antibodies, Hep C, Syphilis, Herpes 1&2 IGG

$335.00

STD Full Panel

$.00

HIV, HEP A, B, surface antibodies, Hep C, Syphilis, Herpes 1 & 2 IGG, Chlamydia, and Gonorrhea

Syphilis Serology w/Reflex (RPR)

$50.00

Treponema Pallidum Antibodies

$55.00

Trichomonas Vaginalis

$175.00

Urine Tests

Arsenic, Random Urine

$60.00

Cadmium, Random Urine

$60.00

Copper, Urine

$60.00

Iodine, Urine

$40.00

Iodine, Urine w/Creatinine

$96.00

Mercury, Urine

$60.00

Microalbumin, Random Urine

$50.00

Pregnancy, Urine

$50.00

Urinalysis w/Micro

$40.00

Urinalysis w/Relex Culture

$35.00

Urinalysis, Routine (UA)

$40.00

Test Components: Urinalysis- (UA) Looks at several different factors to determine overall well-being, and detect kidney problems, diabetes, and urinary bladder disease. Test factors include: color/appearance, bilirubin, glucose, ketones, leukocyte esterase, nitrite, occult blood, pH, protein, sediment examination, and urobilinogen.

Urine Cytology

$175.00

Zinc, Urine

$65.00

Wellness Testing

Amalyse

$40.00

Anemia Profile

$95.00

Bun/Creatinine w/Ratio

$40.00

Carbon Dioxide

$40.00

Chemistry 23

$50.00

Chloride

$40.00

Complete Blood Count w/ Diff (CBC)

$40.00

Test Components: CBC (Complete Blood Count) A panel of tests that measures blood cells, platelets, hemoglobin, and hematocrit values. All values are taken into consideration and measured against the “normal” range of healthy blood cell levels. Tests for bleeding disorders, infections, and several other disorders. Often used for disease detection and medication/treatment monitoring.

Creatinine

$40.00

Estriol, Free

$60.00

Fibrinogen Plasma

$60.00

Glucose, Serum

$40.00

Iodine, Serum or Plasma

$100.00

Iodine, Urine

$40.00

Iodine, Urine w/Creatinine

$96.00

Lipid Panel (Cardiac Panel)

$40.00

Microalbumin, Random Urine

$50.00

Potassium

$40.00

Sed Rate (ESR)

$40.00

Sodium

$40.00

Urea Nitrogen (Bun)

$40.00

Urinalysis, Routine (UA)

$40.00

Test Components: Urinalysis- (UA) Looks at several different factors to determine overall well-being, and detect kidney problems, diabetes, and urinary bladder disease. Test factors include: color/appearance, bilirubin, glucose, ketones, leukocyte esterase, nitrite, occult blood, pH, protein, sediment examination, and urobilinogen.

Urinalysis w/Micro

$40.00

Urinalysis w/Relex Culture

$35.00

Urine Cytology

$175.00

Vitamin D, 25-OH, Total

$70.00

Wellness Panel

$170.00

Test Overview: Checks all main aspects of a person’s health to give a snapshot of overall well-being and detect areas for potential monitoring. Includes an anemia profile for more in-depth blood analysis. Special instructions: Patient must fast 12 hours prior to collection. Test Components: Anemia Profile Tests for: Vitamin B12 Necessary for blood cell formation and to maintain healthy brain and nervous system functioning. Folate Produces red blood cells, which helps prevent anemia. TIBC (Total Iron Binding Capacity) Measures the body’s ability to carry and transport iron within the body. Ferritin Allows the body to store iron. CBC (Complete Blood Count) A panel of tests that measures blood cells, platelets, hemoglobin, and hematocrit values. All values are taken into consideration and measured against the “normal” range of healthy blood cell levels. Tests for bleeding disorders, infections, and several other disorders. Often used for disease detection and medication/treatment monitoring. Chemistry 23* Provides a snapshot of overall health and well-being. Can help detect several different disorders, with a focus on liver, kidney, and heart health. UA (Urinalysis) Looks at several different factors to determine overall well being, and detect kidney problems, diabetes, and urinary bladder disease. Test factors include: color/appearance, bilirubin, glucose, ketones, leukocyte esterase, nitrite, occult blood, pH, protein, sediment examination, and urobilinogen.

Women’s Health

Female Anti-Aging Deluxe

$195.00

Female Anti-Aging Deluxe Plus

$530.00

Female Cancer Panel

$320.00

Test Overview: A multi-component test to screen women for multiple forms of cancer, including breast and ovarian. Test Components: Breast Cancer Panel (CA 15.3) Checks for normal levels of cancer antigen 15.3. Test is broad, and used mainly to monitor the effectiveness of various treatment options and monitor recessive cancers. Though increased levels may indicate presence of a tumor or cancer cells, CA 15.3 should be relied on more for breast cancer monitoring than detection. Cancer Screening & Tumor Marker Panel: Cancer Antigen 27.29 (CA 27.29) Tests for breast cancer; Carbohydrate Antigen 19.9 (CA 19.9) Tests for gastric/pancreatic or stomach cancer; Carcinoembryonic Antigen (CEA) Tests for colorectal cancer; Cancer Antigen 125 (CA 125) Tests for ovarian cancer; Alpha-Fetoprotein, SE Can help detect testicular, stomach, liver, pancreatic, renal (kidney), brain, and lymphatic cancers; Neuron Specific Enolase Tests for lung cancer.

Female Hair Loss Panel

$275.00

Obstetric Panel with Reflex

$175.00

CBC, Antibody with RBC and reflex, ABO/RH typing, Rubella IGG, Hep B surface antigen, RPR

Prenatal Profile

$280.00

CBC, Antibody w/ RBC and reflex, ABO/RH typing, Rubella IGG, Hep B surface antigen, RPR, Hep C virus antibody, HIV

Women Health Panel

$130.00

Test Overview: Checks all main aspects of a woman’s health to give a snapshot of overall well-being and detect areas for potential monitoring. Special instructions: Requires patient to fast for 14 hours prior to testing. Test Components: CBC (Complete Blood Count) A panel of tests that measures blood cell, platelet, hemoglobin, and hematocrit values. All values are taken into consideration and measured against the “normal” range of healthy blood cell levels. Tests for bleeding disorders, infections, and several other disorders. Often used for disease detection and medication/treatment monitoring. Chemistry 23* Provides a snapshot of overall health and well-being. Can help detect several different disorders, with a focus on liver, kidney, and heart health. Lipid Panel Measures lipid (HDL, LDL, VLDL) levels to determine overall cholesterol levels and status. TSH (Thyroid Stimulating Hormone) Monitors and detects thyroid problems. Can detect disorders that include hyperthyroidism and hypothyroidism, and help determine when physician intervention may be recommended. UA (Urinalysis) Looks at several different factors to determine overall well-being, and detect kidney problems, diabetes, and urinary bladder disease. Test factors include: color/appearance, bilirubin, glucose, ketones, leukocyte esterase, nitrite, occult blood, pH, protein, sediment examination, and urobilinogen.

Women Hormone Panel

$300.00

Test Overview: Verifies women’s hormone and reproductive levels against normal. Test Components: Cortisol Tests cortisol levels in the blood. Produced by the adrenal gland, cortisol helps maintain stress levels and control weight gain. Dehypoepiandrosterone Sulfate (D-HEAS) Measures D-HEAS levels in the blood. D-HEAS is a hormone necessary for the production of testosterone in men and estrogen in women. Test results are indicative of overall adrenal gland and ovarian performance. Estradiol A form of estrogen, estradiol testing is mainly used to measure ovarian function in women, but can also be used to assess adrenal function and detect some genetic defects. Estrogen Measures overall estrogen levels that are necessary for female reproduction. Luteinizing Hormone (LH) Measures LH levels in the blood to determine fertility and to measure menstruation patterns. The luteinizing hormone helps regulate menstruation and ovulation. Progesterone Measures female fertility, reproduction capabilities, and ovarian production and cycles. Follicle Stimulating Hormone (FSH) Necessary for menstrual regulation and consistent production of eggs. Thyroid Stimulating Hormone (TSH) Monitors and detects thyroid problems. Can detect disorders that include hyperthyroidism and hypothyroidism, and help determine when physician intervention may be recommended.

Women fertility Panel

$460.00

Vaginitis Panel

$155.00

Physical Exam

LABS TO GO offers full Department of Transportation (DOT) physical examination services.

DOT physicals are required at least every 24 months to ensure commercial motor vehicle (CMV) driver ability and safety.

All LABS TO GO physical tests are performed by NRCME certified & experienced medical examiners.

Our examiners are fully trained, tested, and certified in professional medical examination; specifically in relation and adherence to FMCSA guidelines. Our DOT physical testing goal is to ensure medical driver safety, while getting drivers back on the road with convenience and speed.

Physicals are available on-location (by appointment only), or in-office at our Virginia Beach location.

What to Expect

Please have any specialized medical cards or documentation requests available at the time of your appointment. A medical examiner’s certificate will be provided at appointment completion. Your thorough physical exam will last around 20-30 minutes and consists of the following:

Medical Background

Vision Screening

Hearing Screening

Height & Weight Readings

Blood Pressure

Pulse

Breathing Rate

Tempurature

Urinalysis

Additional testing as appropriate

Phlebotomy Services

Types Of Collection Performed:

Blood

Fasting and Non-Fasting, Hemochromatosis

Urine

Routine, 24-hour collection

Saliva

Chromium, Blood

$75.00

Timeline

Orders / Insurance Billing

Please provide doctor orders prior to collection, in order for the lab to bill your insurance. Orders may be faxed or emailed, but must be received prior to appointment time. Standing orders are accommodated at a low, contract rate. No doctor’s order or insurance?

Delivery

LABS TO GO comes to you for your collection service. Immediately after, specimens are delivered to the local or preferred laboratory for testing.

Results

Your doctor will receive the lab results within 24 hours of the collection. Stat collection is available, for an additional fee.

Who is Eligible?

Who is Eligible?

Our mobile services were designed with homebound, disabled, and limited mobility patients in mind. However, many people with busy schedules have also enjoyed the convenience of our on-location services. For further convenience, we offer contract options to insurance companies, nursing homes, assisted living facilities, and government. Walk-in Phlebotomy service is also available at our Virginia Beach facility for a collection fee.

Paramedical Exams

Paramedical Exams are used by most life insurance companies to determine the overall condition of one’s health. For most people, Paramedical Exams are required before a policy can be issued. LABS TO GO provides mobile and reliable Paramedical Exams. We are approved to provide Paramedical Exams for any life insurance company, and use the electronic and interactive questioning options preferred by carriers. Our electronic submission feature allows us to provide more accurate and faster results. Our exam services are available in all 50 states. LABS TO GO provide mobile services and will travel to the location (home, office, etc.) that is most convenient and comfortable for the applicant. Once completed, electronic exam results can be instantly submitted to insurance carrierss that accept GoParamed. Our Paramedical Exam results are guaranteed to be accurate, complete, and in good order. This means no more missed signatures, testing errors, or follow up visits. Paper exams are available for carriers that do not yet accept electronic submission. Note: Lab results are confidential. The requesting insurance underwriter receive lab results. LABS TO GO does not maintain or receive a copy.

What to Expect

LABS TO GO uses an electronic exam system called GoParamed. This program uses reflexive technology during the exam to identify and examine individual areas of concern. Our exam process is unique to every individual. The Paramedical Exam will last between 15 minutes and one hour. The exam may include the following:

Height and Weight Measurements

Blood Pressure

Pulse

Hop & Waist Measurement

Chest and Abdomen Measurements

Health History

Testing

24-hr Creatine Clearance

$70.00

MD Exam

Saliva Swab

Blood Draw (one stick)

Urine Collection

Gait/Chair Stand

EKG

CPK or CK

$45.00

Urine Culture

$50.00

Paternity Testing

What?

LABS TO GO conducts legal and informational paternity testing. Legal paternity test means it will stand up in court for custody disputes. Informational paternity test is for your own personal knowledge and do not stand up in court.

Cost?

Legal paternity test $325 and Informational paternity test $250. Mobile service additional $25.

Why?

Legal paternity test results can be used for many things, including (but not limited to): Adoption, Birth Certificates, Child Custody, Child Support, Court Orders, Estate Settlements, Immigration, Tax Forms, Wills.

Where?

Paternity testing can be performed at our walk-in Virginia Beach location 5541 Parliament Drive Ste# 203 Virginia Beach 23462 Mon-Fri 7A-7P, Saturdays 7A-2P, or through our mobile service at your home, hospital, court, jail or workplace. Additional fee for jail and court collections. Contact us today 757-490-8888.

When?

Results are emailed within 3-4 business days from collection. Results needed in 2 business days may be requested for an additional fee. Results can also be faxed or mailed at your request.

Who?

A child and alleged father’s DNA is collected to determine paternity. Though not required, results are strongest when the mother also participates in the study. Results have been proven to be up to 100 times more accurate when all three are tested. Involvement from the mother also allows her access to the case, results and documentation.

How?

A sample of DNA of the child is compared against that of the alleged father. Samples are taken from a cheek (buccal) swab, which has been proven as effective as a blood sample for this kind of testing. Buccal swabs are simple to collect, and are widely used in the majority of paternity testing today.

Vaccinations

LABS TO GO provides first time, seasonal, and booster immunizations.

Flu

$35.00

Available in October, for protection from influenza or “the flu”. Getting an annual flu shot can reduce your chance of infection by 60%. This shot is recommended for everyone, but specifically those with a weakened immune system or those that work with others who might be infected. Get your shot early to improve your chances of avoiding flu symptoms, missed work, and costly doctor bills.

Hepatitis B

$95.00

The Hep B immunization is a series of three shots given over a six-month period. This immunization protects against hepatitis B, which can cause serious and permanent liver damage. HepB is safe for everyone, and is specifically recommended for children. The shot series is only required once per lifetime.

Tdap

$80.00

Proves protection against tetanus, diphtheria and pertussis. The Tdap vaccine fights bacteria that could cause any of these three illnesses. Tdap shots are recommended for anyone that has never had one, then as a booster shot every ten years.

Varicella (Chicken Pox)

$70.00

The varicella immunization is available to any healthy adults who have never had the chicken pox. The vaccine consists of two shots that must be administered at least one month apart.

Hepatitis B Virus QT

$295.00

To Detect if Hepatitis B is Present