Lab and Blood Work
What is blood work?
Labs and Blood work provides information about your red blood cells, white blood cells, and platelets that can help diagnose infections or other conditions.
Each Aylo Health location has its own lab that is able to process the results with accuracy and efficiency. Results of a complete blood count (CBC) help our providers learn more about your red blood cells, white blood cells, and platelets so they can diagnose infections or other health conditions.
Our labs also process the results of urinalysis, which analyze urine samples to determine several different conditions or illness.
Why get your Labs & Blood Work at Aylo?
For more complex testing, we utilize QUEST Diagnostics and Laboratory Corporation of America. For QUEST and Labcorp billing questions call 770-914-0116, ext. 33.
All of our labs are properly accredited and adhere to federal laboratory laws and standards. Certified phlebotomists and medical assistants work in each lab to draw blood and analyze test results.
Variety of Tests
We have a multitude of tests that we conduct. Some of our tests include the following: Streptococcus (Strep Throat), Influenza, types A and B, Blood Glucose Levels, Mononucleosis (Mono), and Pregnancy tests.
We’ve done thousands of patients’ labs and blood work and can get you in and out quickly at our Aylo Health locations. From scheduling to getting your results, we work hard to make the experience as pleasant as possible.
Quality in-house Lab and Blood Work
Frequently Asked Questions
What is Preventive Care?
Regular preventive care, such as a yearly physical, wellness checkup, or well-woman exam, can help you stay healthy and catch any potential health issues early on. Our goal is to help you understand the benefits of your preventive visit and any out-of-pocket costs you might have, so you can take advantage of the care you need to stay healthy.
Are Preventive Care visits covered?
We want to make sure you’re informed about potential out-of-pocket charges that may occur during your preventive office visit. While most preventive visits are covered at no cost to you, you may be charged for certain things, such as:
- Discussing new symptoms or health concerns that are discovered during your visit
- Receiving treatment or testing for an existing health condition
- Undergoing procedures such as spirometry, EKGs, or biopsies
- Having labs or radiology tests that are not considered preventive
If you’re unsure about your lab or radiology benefit, we encourage you to refer to your Insurance carrier for benefits and coverage. Our team is here to help you understand these potential charges, so you can make informed decisions about your care.
Our team is here to help!