The Student Health and Wellness Center operates a full-service clinical laboratory and provides hematological, chemical, and bacteriological testing. The Lab also accepts orders from outside physicians.
The Lab is a US-government-inspected facility that meets the Clinical Laboratory Improvements Amendment (CLIA) requirements. CLIA compliance ensures that the testing performed by the SHWC lab meets the accuracy, reliability, and timeliness requirements for quality healthcare.
Any student who is being seen by their own physician has the option of using the SHWC Lab for the lab tests necessary to monitor drug levels, pre-operative lab work, etc. The lab will fax or mail results to the student's physician. This allows the student to benefit from the low cost, high-quality service available at the SHWC lab.COVID Testing Information
Lab specials are available for students, faculty, and staff to have screening tests at reduced rates. No appointment is necessary for lab specials, but students must have UNT ID number to check-in for lab special testing. Lab special results will typically be available the next business on the patient portal. Patient is responsible for taking test results to the physician of their choice if follow up is indicated on results.
The lipid profile is a group of tests used to determine the risk of coronary heart disease. The profile includes total cholesterol, HDL-C (good cholesterol), LDL-C (bad cholesterol), and triglycerides. Patients need to fast for 8-12 hours before testing.
TSH screening determines whether your thyroid gland is functioning properly and if there is a need for further testing.
The Hemoglobin A1-C test result reflects your average blood sugar level for the past three months.
The CMP and CBC evaluate many blood values such as blood sugar, total cholesterol, and liver and kidney function. Patients need to fast for 8-12 hours before testing.
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