Previously, the services were provided at the community center on Geisinger’s Mobile Health Services bus. The move to provide the services inside the facility’s conference room will make it easier for visitors to get their care while participating in other activities.
Geisinger staff will provide the same laboratory collection services as they did on the bus, including blood draws and urine samples. Anyone using the lab services offered at the community center must have a physician order.
Though no appointment is necessary for lab services offered at the Middlecreek Area Community Center on Tuesdays, Geisinger patients can self-schedule an appointment via MyGeisinger.
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