Mitchell County Regional Health Center offers a wide range of laboratory services to our hospital patients, as well as MCRHC Clinics in Osage, St. Ansgar and Riceville.
In addition to patient walk-in and provider referral laboratory services, the MCRHC laboratory offers pre-employment services for businesses.
Lab hours are 7:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Monday-Friday and 8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. (noon) Saturday.
- COVID-19 testing
- Blood gasses
- Therapeutic Drugs
- Immunology/blood banking
- Drug Screens collections (DOT/non-DOT)
- Breath Alcohols
- Wellness Laboratory Testing
Today, healthy individuals, as well as patients, want a more active role in managing their health. MCRHC now offers Wellness Laboratory Testing. Laboratory tests can be performed without a physician’s order or insurance involvement. Wellness Laboratory Testing is not meant as a substitute for regular medical care. It is a quick, easy, and inexpensive way for people to receive laboratory test results. If you are interested in wellness testing during a visit with your provider, please let he or she know during the visit.
Wellness Testing Detail
Testing is available 8:00-4:00 Monday through Friday at MCRHC Laboratory, Riceville Clinic, and St. Ansgar Clinic.
A physician’s order is not required for these tests.
A parent or guardian must accompany anyone under 18 years of age.
The customer (if 18 or older, or parent/legal guardian if the person under 18) consents to take responsibility for the follow up of abnormal results.
Payment must be received at time of service in cash or check; insurance will not be billed. Test results are confidential. A physician will review any critical test results.
The results will be sent directly to you within one week of collecting the specimen. A brief explanation of the test will be sent with your results. You are encouraged to share these results with your health care provider.
For Glucose, Cholesterol, Lipid, and Chemistry Wellness, individuals should be fasting. This means no solid or liquid food for 12 hours and no alcohol 24 hours prior to specimen collection. Water should be taken in normal amounts. Continue your medications as directed by your provider.
Please contact the MCRHC Laboratory with any questions at 641-732-6050.