Quest Diagnostics - New Haven-Church Street
2 Church St S Ste 115, New Haven, CT 06519
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Region: New Haven
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Quest Diagnostics - New Haven-Church Street specimen collection laboratory is located in the wonderful city of
New Haven, in the state of CT. It can be found at 2 Church St S Ste 115, New Haven, CT 06519.
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How to prepare for your laboratory appointment:
Fasting. If you have been asked to fast (abstain from eating), then don't eat or drink anything other than water 8 hours before your blood collection. Check with your doctor about requirements. Fasting is often required for testing glucose levels and lipids (cholesterol, triglycerides, and HDL).
Medications. Continue taking all medication as prescribed unless otherwise requested by your doctor.
Available time. Some tests, such as glucose tolerance, may take several hours to perform.
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Allergy Testing | CBC (Complete Blood Count) Test | Comprehensive Metabolic Panel | Coronary risk profile | Diabetes | STD Testing |
Common Lab Tests
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ALT (alanine transaminase)
(Comprehensive Metabolic Panel) | Gonorrhea Test
(STD Testing) | Uric acid
(Comprehensive Metabolic Panel) | Oral Herpes Test
(STD Testing) | Drug Allergies
(Allergy Testing) | BUN (blood urea nitrogen)
(Comprehensive Metabolic Panel) | RBC count (varies with altitude)
(CBC (Complete Blood Count) Test) | Triglycerides
(Coronary risk profile) | Fall (Seasonal) Allergies
(Allergy Testing) | Calcium - serum
(Comprehensive Metabolic Panel) |
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