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(* This service is NOT AVAILABLE in Certain States. Currently, New York, New Jersey and Rhode Island state laws prohibit directaccess testing. Our lab tests cannot be conducted at lab locations located within these states.)
More than 1,000 lab tests are available through this new partnership. Working together, we now have access to advanced health testing and wellness panels that help you understand key factors of ill health, not just to diagnose disease. These rates are discounted so that even patients with no insurance or high-deductible plans can now get the labs they need.
Get Started Today It's Simple and Confidential No Prescription Needed
There are two different ways to order your tests. Either you or your pharmacist can place the order. From there, you will take a printed requisition form to a nearby lab where you will get your blood drawn. Once the results are available, you will be able to access them online.
Your lab results will be available and archived in your account on a private dashboard at the Reed's RX Lab Website within a few business days.
From here, you can review and track your results in a private and secure manner. You can also download these records to share them with your physician and pharmacist.
Not only is the service affordable, it's convenient -- with more than 2,500 Patient Service Centers (PSCs) across the United States.*
Take your automated confirmation email receipt with you to the PSC to have your blood drawn (specimen collected).
The PSC Requisition is required. It contains the list of the lab tests to be performed and instructions for you to follow.
Either you or your pharmacist
can select & order lab tests at
Reed's RX Lab Website
(This does not require a prescription.)
From this portal, you can review over 1,000 labs available at discounted rates up to 80% off.
Once you have selected your labs, you will receive an automated confirmation email receipt that you can print and take to a nearby lab where your blood or specimen can be collected.