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Consider Any Lab Test Now in Carmel: Confidential testing and discounts for our readers.

Sep 30, 2011 02:41AM

 

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At Any Lab Test Now, in Carmel, all manner of medical tests can be performed with or without a doctor’s order, and the facility is providing a special offer this month for readers. For those without a physician’s order the lab can supply that as part of their service when you walk-in.  No appointment is necessary.

For the month of October, co-owner Chuck Lehman is offering readers of Natural Awakenings reduced rates on Comprehensive Female Panel tests (normally $249) and Comprehensive Male  Panel tests (normally $229).  Each is available for $199 throughout the month. The female tests include complete blood count, chemistry panel (16 tests), cholesterol panel with lipids ratio, estradiol test, urinalysis, follicle-stimulating hormone and luteinizing hormone test, DHEA-S test, progesterone test and thyroid-stimulating hormone test. The male tests include complete blood count, chemistry panel (16 tests), cholesterol panel with lipids ratio, prostate-specific antigen test, urinalysis, testosterone test and DHEA-S test.  

Customers concerned about the confidentiality of their test results also should know that no results are sent to insurance companies or medical information bureaus. In addition to comprehensive male and female panel tests, Any Lab Test Now also offers tests for wellness, paternity/DNA, drugs, sexually transmitted diseases and more.

Location: 13636 N. Meridian St. Hours: 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., Monday through Friday; 9 a.m. to1 p.m., Saturday. For more information, call 317-399-5834 or visit AnyLabTestCarmel.com.
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