DRIVE-UP LABS FOR ROUTINE LAB WORK

Drive-up sites to do lab tests for routine lab work will be available at a number of Springfield Clinic locations.

These are not COVID-19 testing sites. These outdoor lab sites are intended to provide a way for patients to get routine labs that are due because patient health and safety is Springfield Clinic’s number one priority. Services provided at these drive-up lab sites meet the requirements of the government's stay-at-home order.

Drive-up labs are available at the following Springfield Clinic locations:

HOW DOES IT WORK?

When you arrive at the designated Springfield Clinic location, you will be greeted at your car and directed to a designated parking spot to wait. You will then call the phone number on the sign at the parking spot to get registered and receive further instructions. After your lab has been completed, drive home. Your results will be available by phone or through your patient portal.

You will not receive any results at the drive-up location; results will be available through normal processes (by phone call or available through your patient portal). 

WHO IS ELIGIBLE?

Any patient with routine lab orders may use this service, including lab orders that require fasting. Patients who do not see doctors at Springfield Clinic, Memorial Physician Services and SIU Medicine will need physical orders in hand but can still be seen at these drive-ups.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Who is eligible?

Any patient with routine lab orders, including those that require fasting, may use this service.

I’m not a Springfield Clinic patient. Can I still use these drive-ups?

Patients who do not see doctors at Springfield Clinic, Memorial Physician Services and SIU Medicine can still be seen at these drive-ups but will need physical orders in hand.

How do drive-up labs handle routine urine samples?

If a patient has a urine test ordered, they can still come to the drive-up lab site, but the specimen will not be physically collected on-site. Instead, patients will receive a urine cup or 24-hour urine jug to take home and collect. Patients can then return the cup with the urine specimen to the drive-up lab at their convenience, and our team will process the sample.

How can I use these drive-up labs instead of going into a Springfield Clinic facility?

Find a drive-up site near you and show up during the operating business hours! No appointment necessary.

Will I receive lab results on the spot?

You will not receive any results at the drive-up location; results will be available through normal processes (by phone call or available through your patient portal).