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At AFC Urgent Care Sarasota, we have a moderately complex on-site laboratory meaning we are able to collect your samples and complete the testing on them in our clinic. What this means for you is that your results will come quicker, the cost will be less and there won’t be any surprise bills.
Benefits Of Our Moderately Complex On-Site Lab
When you need accurate results, quickly, our on-site lab serves to expedite diagnoses and helps our physicians to prescribe an accurate course of treatment. When you come to AFC Sarasota we can perform the following lab tests:
A urinalysis is a test of your urine. It's used to detect and manage a wide range of disorders, such as urinary tract infections, kidney disease and diabetes. A urinalysis involves checking the appearance, concentration and content of urine. A urine test can also be used to determine if a patient is pregnant.
Strep, flu and COVID-19 can all be tested with a swab. COVID-19 and Flu tests are done with a nasal swab, and the Strep test is done with a throat swab. The procedures are not painful but they may be uncomfortable. The results of the strep and flu tests are quick and you may be sent home with a prescription for an antibiotic. We offer both Rapid COVID tests and PCR tests depending on the test you and your provider determine is required.
Blood tests are a standard part of routine and preventive healthcare, and they are often ordered in urgent care or emergency situation to determine what may be causing your illness. AFC Sarasota offers routine blood tests ordered by your provider or needed to diagnose your condition.
Many people don’t get tested for sexually transmitted disease (STD) because of inconvenience, cost or embarrassment. Whether you’re experiencing any symptoms or simply want to protect yourself by doing Routine STD testing, AFC Sarasota can help. Our providers can also provide prescriptions if an infection is detected.
Blood Alcohol Content (BAC) may go up as soon as 15 minutes after drinking and is usually highest about an hour after drinking. In Sarasota, it is illegal to operate a motor vehicle with a BAC above 0.08%. A Breath Alcohol Test is used to measure how much alcohol is currently in the blood. Many employers use this method as a pre-employment protocol or post-accident precautionary.
A comprehensive metabolic panel (CMP) is a set of blood tests that can provide you and your healthcare provider with important information about your health. The results of this blood test can provide unique insight into your health and help point out possible diseases or illnesses. CMP is also used to monitor chronic diseases such as kidney disease and high blood pressure.
The A1C test, also known as the hemoglobin A1C or HbA1c test, is a simple blood test that measures your average blood sugar levels over the past three months. This test is used tests to diagnose prediabetes and diabetes and to monitor and manage diabetes. AFC Sarasota can help you monitor and manage your diabetes by testing your A1C levels.
Did you know we have a complex in-house lab for our testing services? This means faster more accurate results! This also reduces costs and fees for you. At AFC Urgent Care Sarasota our mission is to provide the best healthcare possible in a kind and caring environment, in an economical manner, while respecting the rights of all of our patients, at times and locations convenient to the patient.
Of course! The main difference between AFC and the typical doctor’s office is that our lab is right in our location, and its streamlined to provide faster service. We provide select, in-demand screening services, so your results don’t get stuck in a queue.
Anyone who’s worried about any of the issues listed above, those whose employers require these screenings, and those who have been referred by a doctor.
Absolutely! Contact your local clinic to learn more about physicals, vaccinations, and other services we offer.