Diagnostic Testing (Lab)
Laboratory Services at Schneck Medical Center is committed to accuracy and providing efficient test results for patients. The Lab includes a new Outpatient Draw Station located inside the new Patient Entrance just off of Brown Street.
Hours of Operation:
Mon. - Fri: 7 a.m. - 7 p.m.
Saturday: 7 a.m. - noon
Closed Sundays and Holidays
For more information about Outpatient Laboratory Services, please call (812) 523-4759.
Satellite Blood Drawing Stations
Blood work is done in Brownstown at the Jackson Co. EMS building on Wednesdays from 8:00 am to noon. For more information about the Satellite Stations, please call Lab Outreach at (812) 523-4758.
Mayo Medical Laboratories is the diagnostic reference laboratory for Mayo Clinic. Mayo Medical Laboratories specializes in esoteric laboratory testing for health care organizations throughout the United States and around the world. Their mission is to support the local delivery of laboratory services by providing exceptional reference testing and support services which facilitate and augment community integration efforts.
Customer Service / Outreach
We have a dedicated Customer Service and Lab Outreach area for any questions or concerns you or your physician may have about your laboratory procedure. Please call (812) 523-4758 for more information.
Same Day Reporting for Routine Test Orders
Results for chemistry profiles, blood counts, and other routine testing will be provided to your physician on the same day the blood is collected. Reports will be provided by Forward Advantage, an automated fax system, or by courier delivery to your physician's office.
When you come for your lab test, be sure to bring your lab order form that your physician gave you as well as your insurance card(s). If you are having a drug screen, you will also need a photo ID.
The laboratory defines fasting as no food or drink for eight (8) to twelve (12) hours before blood is drawn. Patients should still take their prescribed medication with a small amount of water, unless your physician has told you otherwise. Candy, gum, mints, and coffee are considered food.
Some common tests that require fasting include:
- Basic Metabolic Panel (BMP)
- Comprehensive Metabolic Panel (CMP)
- Glucose Tolerance Test
- Lipid Panel
If you are having an HIV test, you will be asked to sign a consent form that verifies that your doctor has explained the test to you. We cannot provide HIV testing without a signed consent.
For more information, call (812) 523-4758 or (812) 522-0152. Click here to email Laboratory Services.