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Book an in-clinic lab test appointment.

See a Canadian doctor at one of our many WELL Health clinic locations.  

Access easier, more convenient lab tests in-clinic today.

pregnant woman getting an ultrasound

Book an in-clinic lab test appointment.

See a Canadian doctor at one of twenty WELL Health clinic locations

Access easier, more convenient lab tests in-clinic today.

Need a lab test? Don’t pay with your time.

At WELL Clinics, getting a lab test is easy. We provide quick and convenient access to the healthcare you need, when you need it, so you can get back to feeling 100% you.

We save you time and strive to positively impact your health outcomes.

Need a lab test? Don’t pay with your time.

At WELL Clinics, getting a lab test is easy. We provide quick and convenient access to the healthcare you need, when you need it, so you can get back to feeling 100% you.

We save you time and strive to positively impact your health outcomes.

vials from blood test

Same-Day Reservations

No more being turned away because the clinic is full, you can book a same-day walk-in appointment and see the doctor when you need to.  

Efficient

We offer online booking so you can easily book an appointment with a guaranteed spot for that day.

Technology-Driven

We use Fast-Track at our clinics! Not limited by the clinic’s capacity, we’ll book you with another doctor in our network for a faster connection via phone or video call.

Same-Day Reservations

No more being turned away because the clinic is full, you can book a same-day walk-in appointment and see the doctor when you need to.  

Efficient

We offer online booking so you can easily book an appointment with a guaranteed spot for that day.

Technology-Driven

We use Fast-Track at our clinics! Not limited by the clinic’s capacity, we’ll book you with another doctor in our network for a faster connection via phone or video call.   

What are lab tests for? 

Lab tests give insight into anything that is happening in the body and are used to gather health informationThey help in the diagnosis, treatment, and monitoring of a wide number of conditions, and a doctor may choose to run a lab test in response to any concerns you have raised during the consultation or for a status check on ongoing health issues. 

What lab tests are available? 

Doctors will request lab tests if necessary depending on your situation. Some of the tests doctors can request are: 

  1. Blood tests to assess for a variety of conditions like cell counts, presence of electrolytes, protein, organ function, and more.  
  2. Ultrasounds to view internal organs without the use of radiation.  
  3. X-rays are also used to view the inside of the body, but this method does use radiation so the doctor will choose to use at their discretion.  
  4. A variety of sexual health tests, which include taking swabs, giving blood, providing a urine sample, or having an internal exam.   
  5. A urine sample to test for a wide variety of conditions, including diabetes or kidney diseases.  
  6. Basic Metabolic Panel test to assess kidney function and electrolyte levels.  
  7. A Thyroid Profile to measure hormone levels in the blood that are related to the thyroid.  
  8. Pap Smear tests to screen for cervical cancer in women.  

The doctor can also requisition more specialized tests if needed. 

What will my in-clinic lab test appointment be like? 

Appointments usually include a discussion of your medical history. The physician will talk with you about your symptoms and reason for the appointment as part of their assessment of whether a lab test is required. If the doctor agrees that you need the test, they will share a requisition form with you.  

Complete this form and take it to a lab of your choice to complete the test at a time that suits you.  

Once the results are available, we will notify you and share them with you. We may also request a follow-up in-clinic appointment if necessary.  

How long do the lab test results usually take? 

This varies depending on the lab you choose, and the type of test being done. It can range from days up to a couple of weeks. The medical staff at the lab should share the specific timings with you. 

What are lab tests for? 

Lab tests give insight into anything that is happening in the body and are used to gather health informationThey help in the diagnosis, treatment, and monitoring of a wide number of conditions, and a doctor may choose to run a lab test in response to any concerns you have raised during the consultation or for a status check on ongoing health issues.   

What lab tests are available? 

Doctors will request lab tests if necessary depending on your situation. Some of the tests doctors can request are: 

  1. Blood tests to assess for a variety of conditions like cell counts, presence of electrolytes, protein, organ function, and more.  
  2. Ultrasounds to view internal organs without the use of radiation.  
  3. X-rays are also used to view the inside of the body, but this method does use radiation so the doctor will choose to use at their discretion.  
  4. A variety of sexual health tests, which include taking swabs, giving blood, providing a urine sample, or having an internal exam.   
  5. A urine sample to test for a wide variety of conditions, including diabetes or kidney diseases.  
  6. Basic Metabolic Panel test to assess kidney function and electrolyte levels.  
  7. A Thyroid Profile to measure hormone levels in the blood that are related to the thyroid.  
  8. Pap Smear tests to screen for cervical cancer in women.  

The doctor can also requisition more specialized tests if needed. 

What will my in-clinic lab test appointment be like? 

Appointments usually include a discussion of your medical history. The physician will talk with you about your symptoms and reason for the appointment as part of their assessment of whether a lab test is required. If the doctor agrees that you need the test, they will share a requisition form with you.  

Complete this form and take it to a lab of your choice to complete the test at a time that suits you.  

Once the results are available, we will notify you and share them with you. We may also request a follow-up in-clinic appointment if necessary.  

How long do the lab test results usually take? 

This varies depending on the lab you choose, and the type of test being done. It can range from days up to a couple of weeks. The medical staff at the lab should share the specific timings with you. 

How booking works.

“How do I book an in-clinic lab test appointment?”

Our clinic network is designed to quickly provide you with access to advice and experience you can rely on to help you get back to feeling 100%.

Here is how to book an appointment:

Here is how to book an appointment:

Step 1

Choose which WELL Health clinic location you would like to visit.

Step 2

Book your appointment at a time that suits you. You can book an online appointment or go to a clinic nearby as a walk-in patient.

Step 3

Attend the appointment and receive guidance and treatment plan recommendations.

Frequently asked questions.

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With the largest single network of primary care clinics in British Columbia, WELL Health clinics are passionate about ensuring you receive proactive, high-quality, and focused care that suits your needs.

Healthcare with a difference.

With the largest single network of primary care clinics in British Columbia, WELL Health clinics are passionate about ensuring you receive proactive, high-quality, and focused care that suits your needs.

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