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Door County Medical Center to offer laboratory drive-thru clinic

Beginning on Saturday, October 1st, it will be as easy getting some lab work done as getting a cheeseburger and fries. Door County Medical Center announced Thursday that it would open a comprehensive laboratory drive-thru service. Patients will be able to have their blood drawn, drop off urine samples, get tested for COVID-19, and receive vaccinations from the site. The drive-thru laboratory has been used for COVID-19 testing since the beginning of the pandemic. As COVID-19 testing has slowed, DCMC Director of Laboratory Services Jane Metko says they decided to ramp up what other services the building, which used to house ambulances before the pandemic, could provide.

You still have to schedule your appointment at the Laboratory Drive-Thru with the DCMC Patient Portal. Metko recommends making sure your “best” arm is available, and you plan your wardrobe to make it easy for the hospital’s staff. Once it opens, Metko believes it will be the second such facility in the state.

 

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