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About the Business:
Labcorp is a Medical laboratory located at 2233 Post St Ste 105, Western Addition, San Francisco, California 94115, US.
The business is listed under medical laboratory, blood testing service, diagnostic center, drug testing service, paternity testing service category. It has received 25 reviews with an average rating of 2.4 stars.
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- 1 month ago
- Alita Macias
- 2 months ago
- Arash Rakhshan
- 2 months ago
- Lily Villegas
- 3 months ago
- Shirley P
- 4 months ago
Health and Safety:
Staff wear masks
Appointment required for Covid Test
Here are some reviews from our users.
"You want to be careful with Labcorp. This place is like one of those scams where you can’t get out once you signed up for their services, unless you keep making payments as they demand them. Or face threatens with credit ratings. Was directed to provide blood and urine samples for annual health exam at Labcorp. Turned out to be an absolute nightmare where they just can’t stop demanding payments for tests provided which are covered by the insurance. Kept getting invoices after many calls to resolve. Their accounts payable team doesn’t seem to know what they’re doing which makes the patient experience all the more frustrating. Avoid if you can otherwise you’d get into the same predicament."
"My experience wasn’t terrible, it beat my expectations based on reviews from others! I think timing of day for walk-ins matters a lot. Also, make sure you check the site and also call in to confirm what types of tests and walk-ins they could take - when I called, the recording said they are not taking drug tests at this time (fortunately didn’t impact me) and several other sites were temporarily closed due to staffing issues (so I had to travel to a further location that didn’t match the paperwork address my doctor recommended). I showed up around :am on a Tuesday - there was no one there waiting and two staff members were seated at the front desk. I forgot I had switched purses/wallets and so didn’t have my insurance card with me (please don’t be that person, they do explicitly say on their website and when you call the main number recording you bring it!). Fortunately, my doctor had that information on my test request forms as well as my husband was able to find my card in my other wallet and texted me a copy to show them. My lab requests involved different blood tests as well as glucose test - otherwise known as a LOT of tests and quite a long wait to take them. I had to drink a glucose drink and wait for an hour for a time-specific test. So I drank my fruit punch flavored, electrolyte-like drink and then read a book for minutes. In the hour wait, over people showed up at the height of lunch hour break hoping to get a walk-in or who had an pre-booked appointment. There was definitely some confusion about my timed test due to a shift change in personnel for lunch while I was there. I overheard the person who was helping me previously tell one of the two new shift staff members to not forget about my timed-test before going on lunch. But then when my time came around they called another person instead. So I had to go up to the desk and inquire. At first they didn’t have me anywhere in the digital waiting queue on the TV screen and I was not booked as a walk-in or appointment so they couldn’t find me in the system easily. I assumed this is because the previous staff member might have forgotten to plug me into the waiting system, but they said time-specific tests like glucose or fasting they don’t put in you in the normal queue for a reason. Apparently, you’re supposed to be tested at that specific time no matter what - you can’t miss the window to draw bloodwork by more than a few minutes on a glucose test. Eventually, the one staff member who had been notified about my times-test by the other coworker came back to the front desk area and informed the other new shift staff member. It was funny almost, once they figured out it was a time-based test and it was past minutes it was an urgent “yes, yes, go sit down” and they were on it fast. I think the harder challenge was understanding each other and what we were saying wasn’t clear a lot of times because of masks. There was a lot of complex questions and information about the tests they needed to share and took a few tries on both sides to say what was needed or ask a question. The staff also uses a lot of slang and specialized language or banter very casually with one another and tend to talk over each other or at each other. It can be overwhelming at times because they’re clearly confirming info about what tests and what vials or equipment is needed and it doesn’t give you a sense of security that they are very organized or know what they are doing. At one point, the person drawing my blood casually threw in one last vial and asked “can you count the tests again so I know how many” yet had already started prep work for drawing blood. But everyone was nice and eventually they sorted it all out! And I really really appreciated that they also asked me to double check every single vial to make sure my name and info was correct. The facility was clean and not too crowded too."
"Save your time and look elsewhere. I dropped off stool samples at 8: a.m. "Lance" one of the doctors called me at 2: informing me that they can not accept my stool sample because the containers lid is black color. It needs to be green and blue!!! Now I have no idea what that means but the part that was the shocker is that he told me that I need to pick it up in 5 mins as they. are about to close. Mind you this is a sample that needs to be kept refrigerated and needs to be tested in timely manner. The audacity to call the patient 5 mins before closing to ask them not only they have not done anything but they are about to close baffles me how they are in business."
"I originally had an appointment for LabCorp Post St Ste , San Francisco, CA on // at . I arrived minutes before my appointment time to register and was told that I needed to come back tomorrow and was not allowed to register. The older man at the front desk told me that the specimens had been picked up and that I had to return the next day. I told him I had an appointment and I was confused. This man did not have a name tag and at some point got up from his desk and began yelling at me about "Castlerock" ? I asked to at least make an appointment for the next day which he said no. When I asked him for his name he said it was "Orland" and was overall extremely rude. I didn't understand why my appointment was not being honored or rescheduled if there was an issue with specimen pick up. I've worked in hospitals for over ten years and this was the rudest interaction I have had with a front desk employee."
"Came in for an employee drug screen. I have done these all around California and it is always hard to get appointments. I came at 1pm for a pm appointment and was seen right away . It's a small office but all the staff was quick and very friendly! Absolutely the best LabCorp in California! When I'm in SF I will only come to them, they were awesome and made me feel comfortable. My entire process was done in 5 minutrs :)"