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Find a Genview Diagnosis Lab

What States Does Genview Diagnosis Labs Serve?

You can find one of one local lab test center in most states, and we are expanding rapidly. If you live in one of the following states, you can take advantage of our Genview Diagnosis blood work:

Alabama, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, North Carolina, New Mexico, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Virginia, Washington, and West Virginia.

How to Find a Lab Near You and Make an Appointment for a Blood Draw:

If you need to get a blood test done, you can follow these steps to find a lab near you and make an appointment:

  1. Your healthcare provider may recommend a specific lab for your blood draw. So, check with them first to see if they have any recommendations.

  2. Many laboratories have online tools that can help you find a lab near you. Enter your zip code, and the tool will show you a list of labs in your area.

  3. Once you have found a lab that is convenient for you, check their hours of operation. Some labs may have limited hours or be closed on certain days.

  4. Many labs require you to make an appointment for your blood draw. You can usually make an appointment online or by phone. Follow the instructions on the lab's website or call them directly to schedule your appointment.

  5. Before your appointment, be sure to follow any preparation instructions provided by the lab or your healthcare provider. This may include fasting for a certain amount of time before your appointment or avoiding certain medications.

  6. On the day of your appointment, be sure to arrive at the lab on time. Bring a valid photo ID, your insurance card (if you have one), and any paperwork or lab orders from your healthcare provider.

  7. Once you arrive at the lab, a phlebotomist will draw your blood. This process usually takes just a few minutes, and you should feel only a small pinch or prick.

  8. Depending on the lab, it may take a few days to a week to receive your blood test results. Your healthcare provider will follow up with you to discuss your results.


  1. You can firstly decide a genetic test through the Genview Diagnostics website or through a healthcare provider.

  2. Collect a sample: Once you have decided the test, you will need to collect a sample of your DNA. This can be done through a simple cheek swab or by providing a blood sample.

  3. Send the sample to the lab: After you have collected the sample, you will need to send it to the lab for analysis. The lab will extract DNA from the sample and analyze it for specific genetic markers.

  4. Receive your results: Once the lab has analyzed your sample, you will receive a report with your genetic test results. The report may include information about your risk for certain conditions or diseases, your ancestry, or other genetic information.

  5. Follow up with a healthcare provider: It is important to follow up with a healthcare provider to discuss your genetic test results and any implications they may have for your health. Your healthcare provider can help you understand the results and make informed decisions about any necessary next steps.

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GenView Diagnostics is a laboratory that offers genetic testing services for a range of conditions, including cancer, cardiovascular disease, and inherited conditions.
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