Riverview Health

Direct Access Laboratory Testing

Thank you for your interest in Direct Access Testing at Riverview Health.

Please complete the registration form below. Indicate the test(s) you would like to purchase by checking the box in front of your selected test(s). The system will tabulate your total and provide you with a recap prior to your final purchase. Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express are accepted.

Your receipt will be sent to the e-mail address you provide on the registration form. Please print a copy of your e-mail receipt and bring it with you to the Riverview Health Outpatient Laboratory located in the Outpatient Center at Riverview Health. Park and enter through the Emergency Center (entrance #1).

Outpatient Lab Hours

Monday–Friday 7 am to 6 pm
Saturday 7 am to Noon

One registration/purchase per person.

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Choose your tests

Please fast for 12 hours for the most accurate results. This profile is a combination of tests specifically designed for women and includes:

  • Heart health/lipids (test: Lipid)
  • Anemia (tests: Iron Panel and HGB)
  • Kidney function (test: BMP)
  • Liver function (test: Liver)
  • Diabetic (test: A1c)
  • Thyroid (tests: TSH and Free T4)

Please fast for 12 hours for the most accurate results. This profile is a combination of tests specifically designed for men and includes:

  • Heart health/lipids (test: Lipid)
  • Anemia (tests: Iron Panel and HGB)
  • Kidney function (test: BMP)
  • Liver function (test: Liver)
  • Diabetic (test: A1c)
  • Thyroid (tests: TSH and Free T4)
  • Prostate (tests: PSA)

Please fast for 12 hours for the most accurate results. This profile is designed to evaluate your current nutrition status and includes:

  • Vitamin B12 (test: Vitamin B12)
  • Folate (test: Folate)
  • Hemoglobin (test: HGB)
  • Heart health/lipids (test: Lipid)
  • Glucose (test: Glucose)

Please fast for 12 hours for the most accurate results. This profile provides an overview of your risk of coronary heart disease and includes:

  • Heart health/lipids (test: Lipid)
  • High-sensitivity CRP
  • Homocysteine

This profile provides an overview of your risk of Diabetes and includes:

  • Diabetic (test: A1c)
  • Estimated average glucose

This test is designed specifically for children. Fasting is not required. Please note this test requires a regular blood draw. This test includes:

  • Complete Blood Count
  • Heart health/lipids (test: Lipid)
  • Diabetic (test: A1c)

This profile provides important information about the current status of your kidneys, blood sugar, and electrolyte and acid/balance base, as well as your risk of coronary heart disease. This profile includes:

  • Kidney Function (test: BMP)
  • Heart health/lipids (test: Lipid)

This profile provides important information about the current status of your kidneys, blood sugar, and electrolyte and acid/balance base, as well as your risk of coronary heart disease. This profile also tests for liver damage/liver disease. This profile includes:

  • Kidney Function (test: BMP)
  • Heart health/lipids (test: Lipid)
  • Liver Enzymes (tests: ALT and AST)

This test includes a prostate screen, which tests for prostate cancer. (test: PSA)

This test determines your blood group and Rh type. (test: ABO/RH)

This test evaluates thyroid function and/or symptoms of hyperthyroidism or hypothyroidism. (tests: TSH and FT4)

Please fast for 12 hours for the most accurate results. (Test: Lipid)

This test is used to determine if you have a Vitamin D deficiency or if you are taking a Vitamin D supplement, to determine if your Vitamin D supplementation level is appropriate.

Terms and Conditions

I hereby agree that by registering for this event, I hold harmless the Riverview Health screening staff, employees and volunteers from any liability that might otherwise arise as a result of any acts or omissions that occur as a result of this health education program.

Cost of selected labs: $0.00

Test Key

Anemia (Iron Panel and HGB)—Anemia is a condition that occurs when the number of red blood cells and/or the amount of hemoglobin found in the red blood cells drops below normal. This test measures hemoglobin and evaluates the iron stores in the body.

Complete Blood Count—As an indicator of general health, this test counts all the cells that make up your blood. White cells, red cells, and platelets are all evaluated in this test.

Diabetic A1c—This test evaluates blood sugar control for individuals who have, or are at risk for, diabetes. The A1c test shows the average glucose in the blood during the last two to three months. The Estimated Average Glucose (EAG) is provided with the A1c test and screens for diabetes and pre-diabetes.

Glucose—This test determines if your blood glucose level is within healthy ranges and tests for hyperglycemia, hypoglycemia, diabetes and pre-diabetes.

Heart health (Lipids, hs-CRP and Homosystiene)—This group of tests is used to assess the risk of coronary heart disease. The lipid test includes total cholesterol, HDL (high fensity lipoprotein cholesterol), often called good cholesterol, LDL (low density lipoprotein cholesterol), often called bad cholesterol, and triglycerides.

Hemoglobin (HGB)—This test measures your amount of hemoglobin, a part of the red blood cell that carries oxygen from the lungs throughout the body. It also returns carbon dioxide back to the lungs to be exhaled from the body. If your hemoglobin levels are low, you may have anemia, a condition in which your body is not getting enough oxygen, causing fatigue and weakness.

High-sensitivity CRP—The high-sensitivity CRP level is used to assess the risk of developing cardiovascular disease.

Homocysteine—This test measures your levels of homocysteine, an amino acid that is produced by the body, usually as a byproduct of consuming meat. Elevated levels of homocysteine in the blood may be associated with atherosclerosis (hardening and narrowing of the arteries) as well as an increased risk of heart attack, stroke, blood clot formation and possibly Alzheimer’s disease.

Kidney function (BMP)—This test measures current status of your kidneys, blood sugar, electrolyte, and acid/base balance. This test also measures albumin and phosphorus, which test for liver or kidney disease.

Liver function—This test screens for liver inflammation and damage.

Prostate (PSA)— This test evaluates prostate health and can identify individuals at risk for prostate cancer.

Thyroid (TSH and Free T4)—This test evaluates thyroid function and/or symptoms of hyperthyroidism or hypothyroidism. The test includes a thyroid stimulating hormone test and a free T4 test. T4, or thyroxine, is a hormone produced by the thyroid gland.

Vitamin B12/Folate—B12 and folate are B complex vitamins that are necessary for normal red blood cell formation, tissue and cellular repair, and DNA synthesis. This tests for deficiencies in either B12 or folate.