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Quest or Labcorp?

Discussion in 'Diagnostic Guidelines and Laboratory Testing' started by Horizon, Dec 12, 2016.

  1. Horizon

    Horizon Senior Member

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    I know they both get horrible reviews but do you think either one of these national blood labs Quest or Labcorp is better/more reliable? Why?
     
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    undiagnosed Senior Member

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    I've used both mainly just dependent on which one I can get the test I want through. I haven't had any issues at either with the phlebotomists. I'm not sure regarding reliability, don't really have the data to make that determination. However, Labcorp has been significantly faster at reporting results for me.
     
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    *GG* Senior Member

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    I have used both as well. Labcorp maybe 2 times? I did leave the office, and they had a lab accident, so needed me to come back to redraw my blood. A little inconvenient, but I had not gotten to far.

    Use Quest a lot, probably 2 times a years, never had an issue, and the phlebotomist are great, barely feel them prick me!

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  4. Horizon

    Horizon Senior Member

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    I have noticed Labcorp being faster with results as well.
     

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