Better Health Outcomes
When you’re having health problems, you want to discover the root causes as quickly as possible. We can help. At AdventHealth Murray, formerly Murray Medical Center, in Chatsworth, Georgia, our expert lab services team provides trusted, convenient tests and screenings with fast turnarounds and accurate results — including glucose screenings, cholesterol testing, blood tests, and more. With 24/7 outpatient registration, our team is always working to process both emergency and routine lab tests. Because the sooner you get your lab results, the faster our team can develop a comprehensive care plan that leads the way to a future of wellness.
Leading-Edge Diagnostic Lab Services
- Developing Your Personal Care Plan
You don't want to be left waiting on the results of lab tests and screenings, especially when your long-term health and well-being are at stake. With an onsite, Joint Commission-accredited laboratory, staffed by highly trained specialists, our teams offer quicker services with the same precision, accuracy, and safety you’ve come to expect from the compassionate team at AdventHealth Murray, formerly Murray Medical Center. Whether you’re ruling out a diagnosis or having your cholesterol checked, we’re here to help diagnose your condition and help our Chatsworth community achieve whole-person health and wellness.
If you have questions or are waiting on lab test results, feel free to contact our lab directly at Call 706-517-2038 .
- Comprehensive Diagnostic Services
You want to get to the bottom of what’s going on with your body. So do we. And because we know that accuracy is the best way to kickstart your treatment, we pay attention to every detail. We offer lab tests and screenings onsite at our Chatsworth hospital across five specialty areas:
- Clinical Chemistry
- Immunohematology (Blood Bank)
Our number one focus is on your health, so once we have your lab test or screening results, we can move forward to the parts of your journey that truly matter — forging a clearer path to wellness.
- Where to Go, What to Bring, What to Expect
Where to Go
When coming to the laboratory to have blood collected or to drop off a specimen, you should first go to outpatient registration. Outpatient registration is open 24 hours a day /7 days a week.
What to Bring
When you report to registration please bring your test order, insurance card and a picture I.D.
What to Expect
After registration, you will be escorted to a specimen collection room. Here, an experienced phlebotomist will collect the appropriate samples. After all testing is completed; your results will be electronically delivered to your physicians’ office.
Better Care. Better Support.
Breaking down barriers to better health. That’s what multidisciplinary care means to us. From reducing your wait times to offering faster lab results, our approach to Lab Services is simple: We want to find the problem, develop a solution, and help you reclaim your health as quickly as possible.