Am I able to request tests on myself?
Yes, for a defined range of tests you are able to self-request if you are aged 16 years or over. For any medical advice regarding these tests, please consult your health provider. You can self-request tests electronically or via a request form at Labtests Collection Centres.
How will I get my results?
We will email your results to you if an email address is provided on the Self Requested Test request form. Results sent by email are password protected – we will provide a copy of the completed request form with a request barcode number. Use the barcode number to the open the file emailed to you.
You will receive your emailed results 3 working days after the completion of all testing.
We can mail your results to your nominated address if no email address is provided (allow 7 working days after the completion of testing) or you can collect your results from our head office at 37-41 Carbine Road, Mt Wellington. Photo ID is required.
Will my Healthcare Provider receive a copy of the results?
No, but we may seek your authorisation to do so if your results are abnormal.
How do I pay?
Payment must be made at the time of specimen collection. Payment can be made by EFTPOS or Credit Card (Visa and Mastercard).
Please note cash payments will not be accepted.
What tests are available?
The tests available can be found here. The following tests are not available:
- Genetic and paternity tests
How do I make a request?
Self Requested Test request forms are available at Labtests Collection Centres. You need to complete your details on the form and sign and date the declaration. Payment must be made and then the specimens are collected and sent to the laboratory for testing.
You can self-request tests electronically or via a request form at Labtests Collection Centres.
How will I know what the results mean?
You need to consult your healthcare provider if you require interpretive advice.
Medical test results should not be interpreted in isolation but in conjunction with any clinical signs and symptoms a person may also have – your registered healthcare provider has specific training and experience in this. Labtests do not provide any interpretation services for results on self requested tests. We strongly advise you to consult your healthcare provider about interpretation of the results. Labtests has no responsibility for the ongoing security of your results once they are sent.