Accepts insurance & self-pay
COVID services available
Labcorp is an outpatient clinical laboratory and testing facility in Cape Girardeau offering an array of on-demand lab testing services. Depending on the necessary test, patients are either referred to Labcorp by a qualified provider, or can just with test results available as quickly as the same day.
They are open 5 days a week, including today from 7:00AM to 4:30PM. Labcorp offers you the ability to book online in advance through Solv prior to arriving at the lab, which should cut your wait time considerably and get you on with your day more quickly.
Recognized favorably amongst their patients, Labcorp has an average rating of 1 stars out of 5 based on 1 total ratings.
As a clinical lab, Labcorp offers many different types of tests ranging from routine lab tests and blood work to tests required by employers. A few of the more popular services generally offered at clinical labs include COVID testing, blood glucose tests, CBC (Complete Blood Count), BMP (Basal Metabolic Panel), CMP (Comprehensive Metabolic Panel), flu tests, STD tests, HIV tests, and drug tests. It is, however, important to call Labcorp to confirm they offer the test you need and determine if you need a referral from a qualified provider. If you do require a referral for a specific lab test, you may want to find and book a visit at a Cape Girardeau urgent care.
Insurance is accepted as payment for visits and services at this clinic.
This clinic accepts payment without insurance. Self-pay prices include an office visit charge unless noted. For more details, .
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Quality of care
If I could give this visit zero stars I would. I brought into the facility with me a stool specimen(liquid) collected at home just before I visited the lab. The lab tech told me that that specimen was NOT acceptable and threw it away and then handed me a non sterile plastic hat to collect stool in and a small bottle of fluid to pour the specimen into. I asked why I could not just pour the specimen I brought in into the fluid…..it was about 1 hour old? ABSOLUTELY NOT!! I asked if I could use their restroom to collect a new specimen? No. I needed to go home and collect a new specimen and pour that into the fluid and return that to the lab. I ask why?????? What is the difference between the two specimens? I am a local physician. I’ve have sent countless patients here. No more. This was TERRIBLE patient care today. And for no reason.
a year ago
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