Frequently Asked Questions

Why has my doctor sent me to Precision Clinical Labs?

Precision Clinical Laboratory is a “test specialist”. We perform tests that are usually not done in doctor’s offices.

How do I pay for my tests?

Our independent facility handles test billing separately from other medical bills. In most cases, the laboratory report containing your test results is sent to your health care provider who ordered the test.

For information about your results, please contact you ordering physician.

How long will the specimen collection take?

At Precision Clinical Laboratories we understand your time is valuable. We keep our wait times as short as possible.

Will the blood draw be painful?

While some patients do experience a slight “pinch” when obtaining a blood draw, we assure you that our skilled and experienced phlebotomists will do their best to make sure you have a comfortable experience.

How do I obtain a copy of my lab results?

Precision Clinical Laboratories believes your health care provider is best equipped to interpret your laboratory test results. Your healthcare provider has your complete clinical picture.

If you do wish to have a copy of your lab results, please contact us directly at Precision Clinical Laboratories.

What information will be required, and how will billing be handled?

Precision Clinical Laboratories works with your health care provider to deliver professional and quality laboratory testing results.  We are a separate organization to your health care provider and we need to also collect certain information from you that you have already given to your health care provider.

When you arrive at a Precision Laboratories Patient Service Center, you will be asked for the following information:

  1. The laboratory test order (also called a requisition) that your provider gave you. This document tells the phlebotomist what to collect for the specific test(s) ordered.
  2. Your name, gender and date of birth. You may also be asked for your Social Security Number for trending of certain tests such as tumor markers.
  3. The name of your health care provider who ordered the test.
  4. Your insurance card and billing information.

As a service to patients, PCL bills most primary and secondary insurance companies or health plans. If you do not have insurance coverage, we will bill you directly. Uninsured patients are welcome to call and ask about our Community Saving Discount Program.

What methods of payments does Precision Clinical Laboratories accept?

Precision Clinical Laboratory accepts payments for laboratory services bills using the following methods:

  • Online Payments at precisionclinicallab.com
  • Credit/debit cards (Visa, Mastercard, Discover, American Express)
  • Personal Check
  • Money Order
    • You may mail any payment to:
      Precision Clinical Laboratories (PCL)
      11275 E Mississippi Ave, Swe. 2W1
      Aurora, CO 80012 

 

What is the Community Savings Program?

Our Community Savings program provides reduced pricing for laboratory testing to uninsured patients.

Most tests are eligible for discount in the Community program with the exception of some highly specialized tests and those performed by a reference laboratory. For test-specific questions or more information on our Community Savings Program please contact us at contact via email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., or phone at 300-856-7177 or toll free 800-635-3216.

 

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11275 E Mississippi Ave, Ste 2W1
Aurora, CO 80012