BURLINGTON, NC–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Labcorp (NYSE: LH), a leading global life sciences company, today announced the launch of Getlabs for Labcorp, an innovative healthcare service that combines diagnostic testing from Labcorp with Getlabs phlebotomy service to easily test consumers in the comfort of their own homes.

With this service, people can now schedule a home blood test or sample collection at a time that suits them. Appointments are available through Labcorp.com. Getlabs offers in-home lab appointments performed by its full-time phlebotomists and charges a convenience fee starting at $25. Getlabs for Labcorp is available in 50 US markets, reaching more than 50% of the US population, and complements Labcorp’s approximately 2,000 Patient Service Centers (PSCs).

Labcorp’s goal for the service is to increase test accessibility and provide consumers with convenient options for test collection. The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the need to provide people with more options and convenience, including busy professionals and parents, people without easy access to transportation, and people with disabilities, suffering from chronic or immunocompromised diseases.

“We want to make it easy for people to manage their health and this collaboration with Getlabs greatly expands Labcorp’s home testing options to include our full suite of tests,” said Amy Summy, executive vice president and chief marketing officer, Labcorp. . “The mix of easy online scheduling, our comprehensive testing package and in-person testing makes it simple for people who want the convenience of home collection but are uncomfortable collecting their own blood. or who need diagnostic tests other than those offered by Labcorp at-home kits.

Getlabs offers in-home lab appointments performed by its full-time phlebotomists and charges a convenience fee starting at $25. Each Getlabs phlebotomist is certified and vetted to collect blood, saliva, stool, urine and breath samples, and can also measure vital signs and biometrics. Samples can be used for Labcorp’s full range of tests, from standard wellness tests to advanced tests, including liquid biopsies for cancer. Lab results are sent to the ordering physician and are available on the Labcorp Patient Portal.

Getlabs currently reaches over 50% of the US population and is rapidly expanding across the country. To schedule an appointment or explore care options, visit www.labcorp.com/labs-and-appointments.

“With over 5,000 unique diagnostic tests that can be performed at the location of your choice, Getlabs for Labcorp makes lab testing more accessible, which is critical to improving healthcare in today’s landscape,” said Kyle Michelson, CEO of Getlabs. “Labcorp is a pioneer in patient healthcare accessibility and our collaboration demonstrates their continued dedication and leadership in improving patient convenience.

Labcorp works with innovative partners to provide new ways for consumers to access healthcare. Earlier in the year, Getlabs announced its Series A funding, with Labcorp participating in the round. Labcorp’s portfolio of innovative digital health solutions includes Labcorp OnDemand, Labcorp’s Patient Portal app and Ovia Health, a digital health platform used by millions of women seeking family planning information and support. , pregnancy and parenthood.

To learn more, visit: Labcorp.com/Getlabs.

About Labcorp

Labcorp is a leading global life sciences company that provides vital information to help physicians, hospitals, pharmaceutical companies, researchers and patients make informed decisions with confidence. Through our unparalleled diagnostic and drug development capabilities, we deliver insights and accelerate innovations to improve health and improve lives. With over 75,000 employees, we serve customers in over 100 countries. Labcorp (NYSE: LH) reported revenue of $16 billion in fiscal 2021. Learn more about us at www.Labcorp.com or follow us on LinkedIn and Twitter @Labcorp.

About Getlabs

Getlabs provides the nationwide infrastructure to deliver healthcare anywhere. Patients can book a certified phlebotomist to perform their lab tests at their home or office. Healthcare organizations can send Getlabs medical professionals to their patients to collect the diagnostic tests they need. By creating the infrastructure for providers to make informed medical decisions remotely, Getlabs bridges the gap between virtual and in-person care and unlocks the full potential of telehealth.

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