How do I contact LabCorp?

How do I contact LabCorp?

Toll-free telephone number: Call the automated voice response system at 800-845-6167, available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Do you need an appointment for blood work at LabCorp?

Are appointments required? Appointments are not required but may help reduce your patient’s wait time. Our locations are generally busiest from opening until 10:00 AM. If withholding food and/or beverages prior to the test is not required, you may wish to schedule an appointment during off-peak hours.

How do I schedule an appointment with LabCorp?

To schedule an appointment, go to our Labs & Appointments page and search for the patient service center nearest you. Once a site is chosen, click “Schedule an Appointment” and follow the instructions. Please keep a copy of your confirmation number.

Can I go to any LabCorp for blood work?

Test requests can be accepted on non-Labcorp forms. Our staff will verify the testing details with the ordering provider. Please bring the test request form your doctor provided, along with your insurance information and identification, to your local Labcorp facility.

How long does it take Labcorp to send results to doctor?

In most cases, lab test results delivery times should not exceed two weeks. The most common reason for delay in receiving results is inaccurate or out-of-date personal information on record with your health care providers or in your LabCorp Patient™​ portal personal profile.

Will LabCorp call me if I pass?

Will LabCorp Call You If You Fail A Drug Test? No, LabCorp will not call in case you fail the drug test. LabCorp might call if your specimen was invalid or contaminated and to get a second sample for testing. LabCorp drug tests are pretty different from other conventional drug testing methods.

How does LabCorp send results to doctor?

A Labcorp courier picks up the test orders and specimens from the collection location (doctor’s office or PSC) and transports them to the lab for processing. Once testing is complete, test results are sent to the ordering doctor for review. Any questions about your results should be directed to your doctor.