Accredited Lab Services
Feel confident you’ll receive safe, accurate lab testing services. AnMed is accredited by:
- Advancing Transfusion and Cellular Therapies Worldwide (AABB)
- College of American Pathologists (CAP)
- Food and Drug Administration (FDA)
- South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (SC DHEC)
- Det Norske Veritas, Inc (DNV)
Find a Lab
Most lab tests are available without an appointment. Walk into any of our lab locations during open hours for a test your doctor ordered.
Or call 864-512-1816 to reach AnMed Laboratory Services.
Why Do I need a Lab test?
Your doctor may order a lab test to:
- Detect or diagnose a medical condition
- Monitor your health
- Perform a routine wellness check
Lab Tests We Offer
AnMed’s lab sites offer more than 2,000 lab tests, including:
- Basic and comprehensive metabolic panels
- Complete blood count (CBC)
- Drug screening
- Glucose tolerance test
- Thyroid stimulating hormone (TSH) test
Walk-in Lab Tests
After your doctor orders a lab test, visit any of our locations during normal business hours. Most of our tests are offered on a walk-in basis. We’ll perform your test and get you on your way as quickly as possible.
When to Make an Appointment
- You’ll need an appointment only if your doctor orders one of the following tests:
- Cosyntropin (Cortrosyn)/ACTH stimulation
- Low dose ACTH
- Standard glucose tolerance
- Lactose tolerance
What to Bring
Lab tests are only available with a doctor’s order. If the physician who ordered your test is an AnMed provider, we’ll have access to the order through our electronic medical records system. If the doctor who ordered your result is not an AnMed provider, bring a copy of the test order to the lab.
You’ll also need to bring your insurance card.
If you’re visiting us for a glucose tolerance test, you’ll need to stay in the building for several hours. You may want to bring a book, magazine or laptop computer.
How to Prepare for Your Lab Test
Your doctor will tell you how to prepare for your test. For some blood tests, you’ll need to stop eating and drinking several hours before your test. For accurate, reliable results, follow the instructions you’re given.
How to Get Your Test Results
When your test results are ready, we’ll share them with your doctor. He or she can help you understand the test results and explain any next steps.
If you’re an AnMed patient, you also can view your test results on MyChart.