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How to View Your LabCorp Appointments

LabCorp is a healthcare diagnostics company that handles everything from routine labwork to drug testing. This diagnostics service offers ways to schedule, view and manage your appointments online for convenience.

About LabCorp

Headquartered in North Carolina, LabCorp is a clinical laboratory with various locations around the world. Its customer base ranges from government agencies and nutritional companies to private sector employers and physicians. In both 2018 and 2019, LabCorp was one of the most admired companies in the world, according to Fortune Magazine.

Services Offered

LabCorp patient centers offer a variety of services. However, not every location offers every possible service, so you might need to do a little research before heading to the one nearest you. Here’s a list of possible services:

  • Routine labwork: This encompasses tasks like general blood and urine collection.
  • Pediatric collections: LapCorp has specialists who have the tricky task of taking blood samples from children who are 12 and under.
  • Employee wellness with body measurement: This involves taking the height, weight, body mass and blood pressure measurements of employees for job purposes.
  • Employment drug testing: Employers often want to know if employees have a recent history of substance abuse. LabCorp can determine this via urine testing.
  • Hair collection: LabCorp can detect drugs by testing hair samples. Evidence of substance abuse finds its way into hair follicles via the bloodstream.
  • H Pylori breath test: LabCorp’s breath testing can detect Helicobacter pylori, bacteria that causes ulcers in the stomach and, in severe cases, stomach cancer, according to WebMD.
  • Saliva alcohol testing: This process allows a tester to check for alcohol in the system via saliva collection.
  • Radar: This is an on-site process that allows for quick collection and screening.

Scheduling an Appointment

It’s easy to make LabCorp appointments through its website. Go to the company’s Labs and Appointments page. Type in your ZIP code or address. Next, select the service you want from the drop-down menu. Click “Go” for a listing of LabCorp locations near you. Click “Schedule an Appointment” to proceed with the scheduling. Keep track of the confirmation number the site gives you.

Viewing Appointments Online

Did you forget the details of your scheduled appointment? Click “Modify or Cancel Appointment” on the LabCorp website. You’ll need to enter your confirmation number as well as your first name and last name. Afterward, you can view, modify or cancel previously booked appointments.

Preparing for an Appointment

Sometimes you’ll be asked to fast, avoid specific medications or drink more or less water before on-site testing. This helps LabCorp reach more accurate results. Similarly if you’re simply taking a specimen in for lab testing, pay attention to any instructions the lab gives you regarding delivery. This information may be outlined in your online appointment details.


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1535, in the meaning defined at sense 2

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to name or assign to a position, an office, or the like; designate: to appoint a new treasurer; to appoint a judge to the bench.

to determine by authority or agreement; fix; set: to appoint a time for the meeting.

Law . to designate (a person) to take the benefit of an estate created by a deed or will.

to provide with what is necessary; equip; furnish: They appointed the house with all the latest devices.

Archaic . to order or establish by decree or command; ordain; constitute: laws appointed by God.

Obsolete . to point at by way of censure.

Obsolete . to ordain; resolve; determine.

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  • ap·point·a·ble, adjective
  • ap·point·er, noun
  • mis·ap·point, verb (used with object)
  • re·ap·point, verb (used with object)
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I intend to sail for that place in about a month or six weeks, but shall appoint agents in England to erect these engines.

So I was obliged to appoint somebody whose rank and lofty position under the government would protect him.

British Dictionary definitions for appoint

/ ( əˈpɔɪnt ) /

(also intr) to assign officially, as for a position, responsibility, etc : he was appointed manager

to establish by agreement or decree; fix : a time was appointed for the duel

to prescribe or ordain : laws appointed by tribunal

property law to nominate (a person), under a power granted in a deed or will, to take an interest in property

to equip with necessary or usual features; furnish : a well-appointed hotel

Derived forms of appoint

  • appointer , noun

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  • American English : appointed / əˈpɔɪntɪd /
  • Brazilian Portuguese : marcado
  • Chinese : 指定的
  • European Spanish : fijado
  • French : convenu
  • German : verabredet
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  • Japanese : 指定された
  • Korean : 예정된
  • European Portuguese : marcado
  • Latin American Spanish : fijado

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Definition of appoint verb from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary

  • appoint somebody They have appointed a new head teacher at my son's school.
  • appoint somebody to something She has recently been appointed to the committee.
  • appoint somebody (as) something They appointed him (as) captain of the English team.
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  • appoint somebody to do something A lawyer was appointed to represent the child.
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  • be appointed A date for the meeting is still to be appointed.
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