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Barton Health’s Wellness Lab Draw Program

Thank you for your interest in Barton Health's Wellness Lab Draw Program; an affordable lab tests program for people over 18. You're able to schedule your Wellness Lab Draw appointment online below; once your appointment is finalized you will receive an email confirmation.

Please note, the Wellness Lab Draw is a greatly discounted community program, and therefore is not billable through insurance plans. Cash, check and credit cards are accepted. 

A physician referral is required for this Wellness Lab Draw Program. You MUST either bring your referral with you to your appointment or ask your physician to send the referral directly to the lab prior to your appointment; otherwise you will not be seen. NO EXCEPTIONS. Please contact your physician office directly for your referral.

Should you have any questions, please contact the Barton Laboratory directly at (530) 543-5913, or you may also call Barton Public Relations at (530) 543-5615.

Wellness Lab Panel: $50
22 Laboratory Tests, include lipid, chemistry panel and hemogram. 
Blood tests included in your wellness panel.

Additional tests include:

PSA: $40

TSH: $40

Hemoglobin A1c: $40

Uric Acid: $40

Cash, check and credit cards are accepted. Please note, insurance companies cannot be billed for the Wellness Lab Draws.

Appointments are now available through the end of the year.
Wellness Lab Draws are currently offered once a month on select Saturdays, and only at our 4th Street Laboratory location only.

Barton Outpatient Laboratory location:
1067 4th Street
South Lake Tahoe, CA


Lab Test Requirements

12-hour fasting is required.

Nothing to eat or drink other than water (water is permissible and encouraged to stay hydrated). Life sustaining medications such as heart or BP medications can be taken as prescribed, but please avoid non-life sustaining medications, such as vitamins, until after the test, unless otherwise directed by your physician.

Patients are required to wear a face mask (one will be provided if you do not have your own), maintain social distancing and to use the hand sanitizer provided upon entrance to the facility.