Fast & 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.
Hours of Operation
Monday - Friday: 6 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Saturday: 7a.m. - 12 Noon
Walk-In Lab Services
Direct Access Testing
Wilson Health offers a variety of Direct Access Lab Tests for your own health management. You do not need a doctor’s order and we’ll send the results directly to you to consult your physician for further information. Simply walk-in to Wilson Health’s Outpatient Lab during our hours of operation. Direct Access Testing is available daily (except Sunday) to the public on a cash basis.
Below is the pricing list for all of our available direct access testing services. If you would like more information on pricing, please review our Patient Price Information page.
If you plan on coming to the Outpatient Lab, please download the following document and bring it with you when you arrive for your appointment.
Direct Access Testing Requisition
*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.
|Thyroid Screen||$50 (TSH/Free T4)|
|IFOB/FIT (not Cologuard)||$40|
|CRP (high sensitivity)||$25|
|Food Allergy||$136 (17 allergens)|
|Respiratory Allergy||$224 (Ohio - 27 allergens & Total IgE)|
|Men's Profile (Comprehensive Metabolic Panel/Lipid Panel/PSA Screening/High Sensitivity CRP)||$100|
|Women's Profile (Comprehensive Metabolic Panel/Lipid Panel/TSH/High Sensitivity CRP)||$100|
|Urine Pregnancy (Qualitative)||$15|
|Serum Pregnancy (Quantitiative)||$25|
|Urinalysis w/ Reflex Microscopic||$20|
|Prostate Screen PSA||$30|
Infectious Diseases (STDs)
|*Chlamydia & Gonorrhea||$60 (Urine)|
|*Syphilis w/ Confirmation||$40 (Blood)|
|*Hepatitis B Infection||$35 (Blood)|
|*Herpes Simplex 1 & 2 Ab||$45 (Blood)|
Other Infectious Diseases/Immunity
|Varicella Zoster Ab||$30|
|Hepatitis A Immune Status||$30|
|Hepatitis B Immune Status||$45|
|*Hepatitis C w/ Confirmation||$70|
|COVID-19||$65 (Antibody -IGG)|
|Influenza A & B||$75 (Molecular)|
|Strep A||$50 (Molecular)|
|Mononucleosis Spot Test||$30|
Blood Type/Iron Levels/Anemia
|Blood Type ABORH||$25|
|Anemia Screen (Hgb / TIBC / Iron / % Iron Saturation)||$30|
|Complete Blood Count (CBC)||$20|
|BMP (Basic Metabolic Panel)||$30|
|CMP Comprehensive Panel||$45|
* Indicates patient will be notified for follow up care if test results are abnormal
Panel Reference Chart
Who do I contact for reporting a complaint?
You may contact the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) Central Office, Division of Laboratory Services (CLIA), in Baltimore, Maryland at (410) 786-3531 locally or toll-free at 1-877-267-2323 ext 63531.
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