One of the many benefits offered to patients at DOCCS in Melbourne, Florida is quick in-house lab service. This means that if Dr. Sangita Sahay and Dr. Marilyn Moss need additional information for a diagnosis or if you need discreet pregnancy or STD testing, the facilities are available for you. You won’t need to make an additional appointment and take time out of your day for blood work or urinalysis. If you need to schedule a physical or feel like you need to talk to a doctor, call or make an appointment online today.
Here at DOCCS, we offer on-site lab tests for your convenience. If you need any lab work either prior to or as a follow-up to your appointment, you won’t need to make a separate appointment to have your blood work or urinalysis completed. Over the years, Dr. Moss and Dr. Sahay have found that patients are more likely to follow through with necessary lab work when it is as convenient as possible for you to have the screenings. It not only makes it easier for you, but it’s also good medical practice to support patients to complete follow up appointments and lab work.
You can have tests including:
PT & INR tests measure your blood’s ability to clot effectively. It is a common test for patients who take blood thinners, like coumadin and heparin, to make sure the medications are working properly. Since many patients may need this test once a week, DOCCS makes sure that those tests are as convenient as possible for you.
Urinalysis tests are used to both check your overall health and to detect a variety of medical issues including, kidney function, pregnancy, diabetes, or liver disease. Your doctor may ask you for regular urinalyses to monitor a health condition, so at DOCCS we do our best to make it as easy as possible for you to stay up-to-date with your screenings by offering in-house lab services.
If you need pre-employment drug screening, you can make an appointment at DOCCS for a urinalysis. A standard urinalysis doesn’t screen for drug use, so you’ll need to ask for drug screening specifically. Our physicians and staff can also complete any paperwork that accompanies your drug test if you need evidence of compliance.
If you think you’re pregnant, you should make an appointment with one of our physicians for a checkup and pregnancy test. A pregnancy test is another specific form of urinalysis that tests for human chorionic gonadotropin (HCG), a specific kind of protein produced during pregnancy. If you are pregnant, you’ll begin to have prenatal checkups to monitor your health and the health of your baby.
We know convenience is really important to you when it comes to your healthcare. We know you don’t have time to waste going to appointment after appointment, so we offer comprehensive healthcare--under one roof.