Individual Health Tests at RediClinic Walk-In Clinics


Since 1989, RediClinic has been offering high-quality, convenient and affordable healthcare. Our walk-in clinics – inside select Rite Aid and H-E-B stores – provide a wide range of tests for patients with various needs. We understand that it might take a while to get an appointment with your doctor, so we offer services without appointments at our multiple locations. RediClinic is a convenient choice for your next health test.
With so many diseases and illnesses that can go undetected, it is important that people get the proper tests done on a regular basis, and a RediClinic clinician can help you decide which tests you need. The tests we offer at RediClinic include both venipuncture and non-venipuncture tests.

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Blood Tests (Venipuncture)*

Blood tests are done by inserting a needle into the vein in order to draw blood for testing. Our blood tests include:
This test is to diagnose and monitor pancreatitis or other pancreatic diseases.

This test is to determine your general health status; to screen for, diagnose, or monitor any one of a variety of diseases and conditions that affect blood cells, such as anemia, infection, inflammation, bleeding disorder or cancer.

This test is to give your health care provider important information about the current status of your kidneys and liver as well as electrolyte and acid/base balance and levels of blood glucose and blood proteins; to monitor known conditions, such as hypertension, and to monitor the use of medications to check for any kidney- or liver-related side effects.

This test is to identify the presence of inflammation and to monitor response to treatment for an inflammatory disorder.

This test is to help diagnose one cause of anemia or neuropathy; to evaluate nutritional status in some people; to monitor the effectiveness of treatment for vitamin B12 or folate deficiency.

This test is to determine if your blood glucose level is within a healthy range; to screen for, diagnose, and monitor high blood glucose (hyperglycemia) or low blood glucose (hypoglycemia), diabetes, and pre-diabetes; to check for glucose in your urine.

This test is to evaluate the hemoglobin content of your blood as part of a general health checkup; to screen for and help diagnose conditions that affect red blood cells (RBCs); if you have anemia or polycythemia, to assess the severity of these conditions and to monitor response to treatment.

This test is to determine if you are folate-deficient or B12-deficient; to help diagnose a rare inherited disorder called homocystinurina; to determine if you are at increased risk of heart attack or stroke.

This test is to diagnose and monitor pancreatitis or other pancreatic diseases.

This test is to assess your risk of developing cardiovascular disease (CVD); to monitor treatment.

This test is to screen men for prostate cancer (although there is currently no consensus about using this test to screen asymptomatic men for prostate cancer), to help determine the necessity for a biopsy of the prostate, to monitor the effectiveness of treatment for prostate cancer, and to detect recurrence of prostate cancer.

This test is to determine the presence of one or more types of conditions, including infections, tumors, inflammation, and those leading to the breakdown or decreased function of tissue or organs (degenerative), and/or to monitor the progress of disease or effect of therapy.

This test measures both the free (not bound) level of testosterone in the bloodstream, as well as total testosterone in your system.

This test is to detect an abnormal testosterone level in males and females; in males, to help diagnose the cause of erectile dysfunction, the inability of your partner to get pregnant (infertility), or premature or delayed puberty; in females, to help diagnose the cause of masculine physical features (virilization), infertility, or polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS).

This test is to screen for and help diagnose thyroid disorders; to monitor treatment of hypothyroidism and hyperthyroidism.

This test is to help evaluate thyroid gland function and to help diagnose thyroid disorders.

This test is to help evaluate thyroid gland function; to help diagnose hypothyroidism or hyperthyroidism; to screen for hypothyroidism in newborns.

This test is to detect high levels of uric acid in the blood, which could be a sign of the condition gout or to monitor uric acid levels when undergoing chemotherapy or radiation treatment; to detect high levels of uric acid in the urine in order to diagnose the cause of kidney stones and to monitor those with gout who are at risk of developing such stones.

This test is to help diagnose one cause of anemia or neuropathy; to evaluate nutritional status in some people; to monitor the effectiveness of treatment for vitamin B12 deficiency.

This test is to determine if you have a vitamin D deficiency; if you are receiving vitamin D supplementation, to determine if it is adequate.

 

Screenings (Non-Venipuncture)

All of these tests will be performed at our clinics and will not require drawing blood:
This test is to detect early damage to the kidneys in those with diabetes or high blood pressure (hypertension).

This test is to help determine whether or not you may have a latent or active infection with the Mycobacterium tuberculosis bacteria.

This test is to screen for metabolic and kidney disorders and for urinary tract infections (UTIs).

This test is to diagnose a urinary tract infection (UTI).

This test is to detect a bacterial wound infection, to determine which specific bacteria are present, and to isolate and grow the bacteria for subsequent susceptibility testing.

 

In addition to our venipuncture and non-venipuncture tests, we will also offer STDs and Titers testing at our walk-in clinics.

Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STD) Testing

This test is to screen for or diagnose a gonorrhea and chlamydia infection.

 

Titers (Venipuncture**)

This test is to diagnose an infection with hepatitis A virus (HAV) or to evaluate the need for or response to the hepatitis A vaccine.

This test is to detect, diagnose, and/or follow the course of an infection with hepatitis B virus (HBV) or to determine if the vaccine against hepatitis B has produced the desired level of immunity.

This test is to diagnose a measles or mumps infection; to establish whether a person has immunity to measles or mumps due to a previous infection or to vaccination; to confirm a measles or mumps case and investigate its source.

This test is to determine if you have sufficient rubella antibodies to protect you from the rubella virus; to verify a past infection or detect a recent infection. To diagnose a measles or mumps infection; to establish whether a person has immunity to measles or mumps due to a previous infection or to vaccination; to confirm a measles or mumps case and investigate its source.

This test is to diagnose a measles or mumps infection; to establish whether a person has immunity to measles or mumps due to a previous infection or to vaccination; to confirm a measles or mumps case and investigate its source.

This test is to determine if you have sufficient rubella antibodies to protect you from the rubella virus; to verify a past infection or detect a recent infection.

This test is to diagnose, as necessary, a current, recent, or past case of chickenpox or shingles; to demonstrate immunity to the varicella zoster virus (VZV) or the potential for reactivating a VZV infection prior to receiving immunosuppressive drugs.

All lab services require a clinical assessment.
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* A single $10 venipuncture charge and an $89 lab assessment fee will be added for one or more venipuncture services.
**There is no lab assessment fee for titers, only a single $10 venipuncture charge will be added for one or more titers.

Attention: New Jersey Customers
  • Labs: Venipuncture
    For prompt pay patients receiving at least one VENIPUNCTURE LAB during their visit, the fee is $99 ($89 office visit plus $10 Venipuncture Fee) at the time of service.
  • Labs: Non-Venipuncture
    For prompt pay patients receiving NON-VENIPUNCTURE LAB (S) ONLY, the fee is $89 at the time of service for the medical visit.