The RAHC laboratory is a fully functioning, CAP Accredited testing facility located on the first floor by the Central Foyer.
Clinical lab services include hematology, coagulation, blood gas analysis, urine analysis, chemistry, microbiology, serology and transfusion services. Anatomic pathology and target specific testing are sent out to reference laboratories to help Healthcare Providers better understand Patient Care needs.
The Main Lab (by Foyer and Radiology, 1st floor) is open from 7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. For Questions Please call 580-558-2000.
Legal Blood Alcohol Testing is also available as a Commanders tool to assess unit readiness.
- Clinical Pathology
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- Legal Blood Alcohol Testing
Who Can Be Seen Here
- HIV Testing
- Chlamydia Testing
- Pregnancy Testing
- Active Duty Military
- TRICARE Prime
- TRICARE Plus: Ages 3 and over
Located on the first floor, Medical Mall. In-house providers submit lab orders electronically.
If your lab orders are ordered under a (Military or DoD) Healthcare Provider, these orders must be in the system for lab specimens to be collected. If not, patients will be delayed as the Healthcare Provider is contacted.
If your lab orders are ordered under Network providers (to include handwritten orders), patients bring that request to the lab. Note: If your Healthcare Provider is outside the network, it may take time to verify and enter the Provider into the system. Please allow time for this as well as making time for your appointment.
Regardless of Healthcare Provider, patients must contact the ordering provider for test results.
The Specimen Collection Lab (Medical Mall, 1st floor) is open from 7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. For Questions Please call 580-558-2000.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q. Is this were I get shots?
A. No, we do not administer Immunizations. Go to Immunizations on the First Floor, Medical Mall.
Q. If I am only dropping off a specimen, do I need to take a ticket?
Q. How early can I get my blood drawn?
A. We open at 7:00 a.m. for all outpatient clinical laboratory procedures.
Q. Why can't the lab release my lab results?
A. It is against the law, (HIPAA Act) for laboratory staff to release lab results to patients or over the phone.
Q. Well, how do I get my lab results?
A. 1. Your Healthcare Provider
2. Patient Administration Division (PAD)
Q. I need to do a blood glucose test, I heard it will take a few hours, when is the latest I can arrive at the laboratory?
A. For 3-hour glucose, 2-hour glucose, and lactose tolerance tests you must book an appointment and be prepared to arrive no later than 11:00 a.m.; for a 1-hour glucose, no later than 3:00 p.m.
Q. I have a multi-part test or a 24-hour urine collection that needs to be completed on the weekend, how do I go about doing this if the outpatient laboratory is closed on the weekends and holidays?
A. Please contact the laboratory during normal duty hours, these are not uncommon and are dealt with on a case by case basis.
Q. I have a fasting test, what am I authorized to eat or drink?
A. Please do not eat 10-12 hours prior to the test. Drink as much water as you want and only black coffee (no cream or sugar, to include fake sugar). You can take all directed medications as needed.