Laboratory Services

Pershing Health System’s laboratory offers a wide range of testing to our emergency, inpatient, and out-patient service providers and to the patients they serve. The latest laboratory equipment is used at PHS such as the VITROS® 5600 Chemistry and Immunology Analyzer and the Sysmex XN 550 Hematology Analyzer allow the lab specialists to perform a wider spectrum of testing in-house rather than sending out to an off-site laboratory. PHS’s in-house laboratory equipment is comparable to that in large, urban hospitals and allows for a faster turnaround time for lab results.

Staffed with fully qualified clinical laboratory professionals with years of expertise in the field of laboratory medicine, PHS laboratory performs testing in major areas of the clinical laboratory including:

  • Hematology
  • Chemistry
  • Coagulation
  • Immunology
  • Urinalysis
  • Blood Bank
  • COVID PCR

For further information or questions, please call 660-258-1166.

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Did you know?

The PHS laboratory has several NEW machines and services.

  • NEW Hematology machine gives faster and more detailed results
  • NEW Chemistry/Immunology machine
  • Additional tests done in house
  • COVID PCR- same day results

What does this mean for you as a patent?

  •     Faster patient results
  •     Faster treatment for patients
  •     More tests offered to ER for further patient diagnosis
  •     More advanced testing procedures

 

Frequently Asked Questions

Do I have to fast before my blood tests?
You need to fast if your doctor has ordered a fasting test. If you are uncertain about whether or not you should fast, please contact your healthcare provider.

How long should I fast?
Different tests may require different fasting times. It is best to discuss this with your provider.

Do I need an appointment for lab tests?
No, you do not need to make an appointment.

What do I need to bring to the Patient Service Center for my blood draw?
Please bring your insurance card, your picture ID, and the doctor’s order for your lab tests.

How can I get my results?
You may contact medical records to obtain a copy of your results.