Fast and Convenient Services Available at Wilson Health
Wilson Health offers a full range of laboratory services for both inpatients and outpatients.
Our lab is accredited by the American Osteopathic Association’s Healthcare Facilities Accreditation Program and holds a CLIA Certificate.
Blood & Pathology
Test blood, urine, and tissues to help doctors diagnose and treat a variety of conditions.
Our Walk-In Testing program offers everyone the opportunity to obtain certain laboratory tests without a doctor's order, allowing you to be involved in your own healthcare and management.
Walk-in tests are available daily to the public on a cash basis.
Blood bank, a transfusion service that performs pre-transfusion testing and issues units of blood, platelets, or plasma when needed.
Monday - Friday: 6AM - 6PM
Saturday: 7AM - 12PM
Walk-In Testing Services
Wilson offers a variety of tests for your own health management. Stop by our lab during outpatient hours, choose a test and pay at the reception window. You do not need a doctor's order. We'll send you the results and you can consult your physician for further information.
*FASTING REQUIRED: For tests that require fasting, eat or drink nothing but water for 8-12 hours before your blood test. Do not stop taking your prescription medications. If your doctor advised you to take your medication with food, consult with your doctor before fasting.
ABO & Rh Blood Type
The most common blood types in the United States are A positive and O positive. O negative is considered a universal donor, meaning anyone can be transfused with this blood type. Both an ABO grouping and Rh type testing will be performed. This test requires a blood sample.
Hemoglobin ∙ Total Iron Binding Capacity including Iron ∙ % Iron Saturation
Elevated cholesterol levels have been identified as one of the risk factors associated with coronary heart disease and strokes. The build-up of fatty deposits, largely cholesterol, on the walls of the arteries is the process that underlies these two diseases, which are the cause of almost half of the deaths in the United States. Other factors including triglycerides and lipoproteins are also involved, but serum total cholesterol seems to be one of the most important. This test requires a blood sample.
This test, often done as a screen for diabetes, should be done after fasting to obtain a more meaningful result. Any patient with a fasting blood sugar greater than 126 mg/dl should be seen by a physician for further evaluation. This test requires a blood sample.
The test for A1C indicates how well people with diabetes have controlled their disease over a period of time. By taking the average measure of blood glucose levels from previous months, diabetics, along with their doctor, can determine if the measures they are taking to control their diabetes have been successful. This test requires a blood sample.
A group of tests that are ordered together to determine risk of coronary heart disease. The tests that make up a lipid profile have been shown to be good indicators of whether someone is likely to have a heart attack or stroke caused by blockage of blood vessels (hardening of the arteries). The lipid profile includes total cholesterol, HDL-cholesterol (often called good cholesterol), LDL- cholesterol (often called bad cholesterol) and triglycerides.
Men's Health Profile (fasting)*
Cholesterol (Total, HDL, LDL) ∙ Triglycerides ∙ Kidney Function ∙ Liver Function ∙ Diabetes (glucose) ∙ PSA (Prostate screen) ∙ High-sensitivity C-reactive protein (hs-CRP)
Men's Health Profile + A1C (fasting)*
A1C ∙ Cholesterol (Total, HDL, LDL) ∙ Triglycerides ∙ Kidney Function ∙ Liver Function ∙ Diabetes (glucose) ∙ PSA (Prostate screen) ∙ High-sensitivity C-reactive protein (hs-CRP)
Stool Occult Blood
Detects occult blood in the stool. It is often done as a screen for colorectal cancer. Positive results should be followed up by a physician. This test requires a small stool specimen on a special card, which must be obtained from the lab first.
Urine Pregnancy Test
This is a test to confirm pregnancy. The preferred urine sample should be a first morning specimen.
Vitamin D Panel
Vitamin D, 25-Hydroxy
Women's Health Profile (fasting)*
Cholesterol (Total, HDL, LDL) ∙ Triglycerides ∙ Kidney Function ∙ Liver Function ∙ Diabetes (glucose) ∙ TSH (Thyroid screen) ∙ High-sensitivity C-reactive protein (hs-CRP)
Women's Health Profile + A1C (fasting)*
A1C ∙ Cholesterol (Total, HDL, LDL) ∙ Triglycerides ∙ Kidney Function ∙ Liver Function ∙ Diabetes (glucose) ∙ TSH (Thyroid screen) ∙ High-sensitivity C-reactive protein (hs-CRP)
Why would I need to file a complaint?
A complaint is any concern that you may have about a laboratory's operation. Examples include the following:
- Quality of testing
- Unlabeled specimens
- Unethical practices; e.g., record falsification, proficiency testing cheating
- Confidentiality of patient information
- Laboratory personnel qualification or responsibility issues