Onsite Certified Laboratory

Our in-office laboratory jointly owned by physicians in our building and adminstrated by Techneal, Inc. It's one of the largest and most well-respected physician-owned labs in Los Angeles. Our Quarterly Proficiency Testing yields the highest accuracy scores from the College of American Pathologists.

 

We're licensed through both California and Federal (CLIA) monitoring organizations.

 

We can test your blood, urine, and stool for their chemistry, hematology, hormone levels, and microbiology.

 

Additional tests and cultures that can be conducted on site include:

 

  •     Amylase

  •     Apo B

  •     B12 level

  •     Basic Metabolic Panel

  •     Beta HCG Pregnancy Test (urine)

  •     Brain Naturetic Peptide

  •     CBC (complete blood count including differential and Platelets)

  •     Comprehensive Metabolic Panel

  •     Cholesterol and Lipid Panels

  •     CPK (creatine phosphokinase)

  •     C-Reactive Protein (Cardiac Highly Sensitive)

  •     CTX (Cross Linked Peptide)

  •     Cultures including sensitivity (Throat, Urine, Stool, Wound, screening for MRSA infection)

  •     Estradiol

  •     Ferritin

  •     Folic Acid

  •     FSH (Follicle Stimulating Hormone)

  •     GGT (Gamma Glutamyl transferase)

  •     Glucose Levels

  •     Glucose tolerance test (2 or 4 hour)

  •     H. Pylori Breath Test

  •     Hemoglobin A1C (and Glycohemoglobin)

  •     Hepatic Function Panel

  •     HIV-1, 2

  •     Hepatitis C Antibody

  •     Influenza A/B/H1N1 rapid test

  •     Insulin

  •     Iron studies (Total Iron, Transferrin)

  •     LDH (Lactate Dehydrogenase)

  •     LDL - direct

  •     LH (Luteinizing Hormone)

  •     Lipase

  •     Lipid panel (Cholesterol, Triglycerides, HDL, LDL)

  •     Liver Function Tests

  •     Magnesium

  •     Parathyroid hormone (Intact PTH)

  •     Phosphorous

  •     Progesterone

  •     PT/PTT

  •     PSA (Hypersensitive)

  •     Sed Rate (ESR)

  •     Sex Hormone Binding Globulin (SHBG)

  •     Strep Screen (Rapid)

  •     Testosterone (Free and Total)

  •     Thyroid studies (Free T3, Free T4, Highly sensitive TSH)

  •     Uric Acid

  •     Urinalysis with microscopic analysis

  •     Urine Creatinine

  •     Urine microalbumin

  •     Vitamin D (25-Hydroxy)

 

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