Urgent Care Lab Services Available for Patients in Bristol, CT

Urgent Care Lab Services Bristol CT

Are you concerned that you might have strep throat or the flu? Or do you want to confirm the results of an at-home pregnancy test? No matter what type of diagnostic test you need, chances are good that we offer it at PhysicianOne Urgent Care in Bristol, Connecticut. We provide the following lab services on a walk-in basis:

  • Flu testing
  • Glucose testing
  • Hemoccult testing
  • Hemoglobin testing
  • I-Stat testing (basic chemical panel)
  • Mononucleosis (mono) testing
  • Pregnancy testing
  • STD testing
  • Strep throat testing
  • Urinalysis

Why Choose Us for Lab Work?

When trying to decide where to go for lab services, it’s often a smart idea to avoid primary care providers and emergency rooms (ERs). It’s typically difficult to schedule an appointment at a primary care office on short notice, which can be a problem if you need test results fast. Although you have a better chance of being seen at an ER, there’s also a high probability that you’ll have to wait for an extended period of time and pay exorbitant fees.

Compared to ERs, urgent care centers generally offer shorter wait times and lower costs. And when it comes to local immediate care centers, it’s hard to beat PhysicianOne Urgent Care. We’ve been serving patients since 2008, we’re affiliated with the Yale New Haven Health System, and we were the first urgent care center in the state to be certified by the Urgent Care Association (UCA).

Visit Our Bristol Urgent Care Center

If you’re in need of prompt lab services in Bristol or a surrounding area, visit PhysicianOne Urgent Care today. We’re located at 576 Farmington Avenue, in the Bristol Plaza, and we’re open every day of the year for your convenience. No appointment is needed, although you can take advantage of our online check-in system to expedite your visit.

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