Mobile Lab Services

Moose Jaw

Friday, 7:00am – 4:00pm

Please read before booking your appointment:

Yes, you need a lab requisition.

We cannot collect a specimen unless you give us a requisition completed by your healthcare provider.

We can collect samples from anyone ages 13+. Discounts available for seniors age 65+ and palliative care patients.

  • 13-64 years
  • 65+ years
  • Palliative Care 13-65+ years
  • Children under 13 – Coming Soon

To book 2 people at the same location, book your appointment and add one person after selecting your appointment. An additional person is only $30 + gst.

To book for more than 2 people at one time, please call to book, (306) 352-9114 ext.4

Tests we cannot perform due to collection location restrictions.
 
Blood samples can only be taken at these specific collection locations for the following tests.
 
Saskatoon:
  • Special Coagulation
  • Lactose Tolerance
  • D-Xylose Tolerance
 
Please see Important Information Regarding Patient Testing for a list of special coagulation tests as well as testing location information for above.
 
  • TB QuantiFERON, IGRA, QFT or QFT4
    • Saskatoon: Royal University Hospital (RUH), Saskatoon City Hospital (SCH), St. Paul’s Hospital (SPH), 2nd Ave Community Clinic, Westside Community Clinic
    • Prince Albert: Prince Albert Community Clinic
    • Regina: Regina General Hospital (RGH)
  • Blood Cultures
    • Saskatoon: RUH, SCH, SPH, or LifeLabs
    • Regina: RGH, or LifeLabs
    • Moose Jaw: Dr. F. H. Wigmore Regional Hospital
 
If none of the above apply to your required lab work, continue with online booking.

Glucose Tolerance

To book a glucose tolerance test, please call the Moose Jaw Health Centre at (306) 352-9114, ext.4

Glucose Tolerance Test – Screen

CA$94.50

Glucose Tolerance Screening
Gestational, 50g
1 hour wait time

$90.00 + GST

Glucose Tolerance Test – Non-Gestational

CA$115.50

Fasting, Non-gestational, 75g
2 hour wait time

$110.00 + GST

Glucose Tolerance Test – Gestational

CA$136.50

Fasting, Gestational, 75g
2 hour wait time

$130.00 + GST

Frequently Asked Questions

Our Mobile Lab Service is available in:

Regina – 7 days/week, 6:30am – 6:30pm
Saskatoon – 7 days/week, 6:30am – 6:30pm
Moose Jaw – Friday, 7:00am – 4:00pm

We offer home visits within a 30km radius of the city for no extra charge. 

Locations outside of this 30km radius will be charged $1.25/km. Mileage charges are applied at your appointment.

Mobile Lab Service Pricing
(includes locations within a 30km radius of the city)

Blood Work and/or Urine Collection

  • (1) person $50 + GST
  • (2) people $80 + GST 
  • (3) people $120 + GST  (Call to book 3 or more people at a location)

Glucose Tolerance

  • Screening $90 + GST
  • Non-gestational $110 + GST
  • Gestational $130 + GST

Sample Transport
(24-hour urine collections, stool, or other)

  • Add to Lab Collection Appointment $20 + GST
  • Courier Service Only $30 + GST

Mileage Outside City Limits

  • Locations further than 30km from the outskirts of the city will be subject to mileage charges.
  • $1.25/km + GST will be applied at time of payment.

Cancellation & Refunds

Late Cancellation/Reschedule Fee
You may cancel or reschedule an appointment at any time after the appointment is made, up to 24 hours before your scheduled appointment time.

Appointments canceled or rescheduled less than 24 hours from the appointment time will be charged a $25 late fee.

No-Show and Non-Compliance Fee
You may also be charged the full-service fee if you fail to show up on time for your appointment or fail to comply with our appointment requirements.

A routine blood collection is usually collected for various diagnostic tests, such as measuring blood cell counts, assessing organ function, or monitoring health conditions.

Fasting is when you consume no food or drinks, with the exception of water, for a set period of time. Eating or drinking before the collection may raise the levels of a particular substance in the blood, leading to inaccurate results. Incorrect results could in turn lead to an incorrect diagnosis.

Fasting Collection Guidelines

The glucose tolerance test measures your body’s response to sugar (glucose). The glucose tolerance test can be used to screen for Type 2 Diabetes. More commonly, a modified version of the glucose tolerance test is used to diagnose gestational diabetes, a type of diabetes that develops during pregnancy.

This test can’t be booked online. To book a Glucose Tolerance test you will need to call (306) 352-9114.

Due to a 1 or 2-hour timed collection required for a Glucose Tolerance test, an appointment must be made by calling (306) 352-9114 to ensure there are no interruptions during these time periods.

Tests we cannot perform due to collection location restrictions.
 
Blood samples can only be taken at these specific collection locations for the following tests.
 
Saskatoon:
  • Special Coagulation
  • Lactose Tolerance
  • D-Xylose Tolerance
 
Please see Important Information Regarding Patient Testing for a list of special coagulation tests as well as testing location information for above.
 
  • TB QuantiFERON, IGRA, QFT or QFT4
    • Saskatoon: Royal University Hospital (RUH), Saskatoon City Hospital (SCH), St. Paul’s Hospital (SPH), 2nd Ave Community Clinic, Westside Community Clinic
    • Prince Albert: Prince Albert Community Clinic
    • Regina: Regina General Hospital (RGH)
  • Blood Cultures
    • Saskatoon: RUH, SCH, SPH, or LifeLabs
    • Regina: RGH, or LifeLabs
    • Moose Jaw: Dr. F. H. Wigmore Regional Hospital
 

Our mobile lab team will:

  • Pick-up your specimen
  • Deliver to the laboratory for testing

Please have your sample correctly labeled and your completed requisition prior to pickup.

This service is available if your healthcare provider has ordered any of the following tests

24-hour Urine Collection

Stool

Other

No, we cannot collect a specimen unless you have a lab requisition completed by your healthcare provider.

Test results are typically available within 24-48 hours and will be sent directly to your physician and available to you online through MySaskHealthRecord.

Yes. You can add (1) additional person to your appointment time by adding on during booking.
An additional person is a discounted fee of $30 per collection.

No, we cannot collect a specimen unless you give us a requisition completed by your healthcare provider.

Upload File or Photo: You can submit your lab requisition form by uploading it when you make your appointment online. The upload button is part of the intake form you will complete when booking your appointment.

Upload a clear photo, scanned copy, or electronic file (PDF, JPG, PNG) of your requisition form.

Make sure your full name is visible on the form.

Secure Fax: 1 (639) 973-0305

If you need help submitting the document, call your local Health Centre (306) 352-9114 for assistance.

Mobile Lab Service Pricing
(includes locations within a 30km radius of the city)

Blood Work and/or Urine Collection

  • (1) person $50 + GST
  • (2) people $80 + GST 
  • (3) people $120 + GST  (Call to book 3 or more people at a location)

Glucose Tolerance

  • Screening $90 + GST
  • Non-gestational $110 + GST
  • Gestational $130 + GST

Sample Transport
(24-hour urine collections, stool, or other)

  • Add to Lab Collection Appointment $20 + GST
  • Courier Service Only $30 + GST

Mileage Outside City Limits

  • Locations further than 30km from the outskirts of the city will be subject to mileage charges.
  • $1.25/km + GST will be applied at time of payment.

Cancellation & Refunds

Late Cancellation/Reschedule Fee
You may cancel or reschedule an appointment at any time after the appointment is made, up to 24 hours before your scheduled appointment time.

Appointments canceled or rescheduled less than 24 hours from the appointment time will be charged a $25 late fee.

No-Show and Non-Compliance Fee
You may also be charged the full-service fee if you fail to show up on time for your appointment or fail to comply with our appointment requirements.

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You can either reserve your appointment online without payment or pay online at the time of booking. 

If you do not pay online, payment will be collected at your mobile visit. 

We accept debit, Visa, Mastercard, and American Express.

Mileage of $1.25/km will be charged in addition to your service if your location is outside a 30km radius of the city.

Appointments can be booked online without payment. Payment will be taken by the Haztech employee at your home.

We accept debit, Visa, Mastercard, and American Express.

You will receive a printed or email receipt that you can provide to your insurance provider.

Please note that insurance coverage varies by provider, and you should check your insurance eligibility prior to booking.

Due to the one (1) or two (2) hour timed collection required for a Glucose Tolerance test, an appointment must be made by calling (306) 352-9114 to ensure there are no interruptions during these time periods.

If you’re unsure if Haztech can perform the tests you require, you can always call us at (306) 352-9114 with questions or to book over the phone.

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24-Hour Cancellation
You may cancel or reschedule an appointment at any time after the appointment is made, up to 24 hours before your scheduled appointment time.

Late Cancellation/Reschedule Fee
Appointments cancelled or rescheduled less than 24 hours from scheduled appointment time will be charged a $25 late fee.

No Show and Non-Compliance Fee. You may also be charged the full service fee if you fail to show up on time for your appointment or fail to comply with our appointment requirements.

GST is applicable on all services.

Booked appointments are confirmed by email and SMS to include the location, date/time, and a link to cancel or modify the booking.

If you did not receive any confirmation:

  • Check your spam/junk folder.
  • You may have entered an incorrect phone number or email. Call us at (306) 352-9114.

Please have the following ready to present at your appointment:

  • Laboratory requisition (completed by your health care provider)
  • A valid personal health card (name must match the name specified on the requisition).
  • (1) piece of government issued identification such as a driver’s licence, passport, or birth certificate (must match health card)

Fasting means you should not have anything to eat or drink for a minimum of 10 hours to a maximum of 14 hours.

All blood work that requires fasting should be indicated on your requisition.

Fasting Blood Collection Guidelines

Please be familiar with the collection procedure and the required volume prior to your appointment by reviewing the links below. Our staff will review the procedure with you prior to collection.

Patient Collection Instructions for Male Midstream Urine

Patient Collection Instructions for Female Midstream Urine

For your safety, all blood collections shall occur in a seated position, in a comfortable chair with arm supports. If a chair with arm support is not available, the specimen shall be collected in a recumbent position to prevent falls or loss of consciousness.

Please advise our staff if you have a history of fainting or if you are feeling faint or dizzy at any time during the appointment.

Our mobile lab team will pick-up your specimen and deliver to the laboratory for testing.

Convenience: It saves time and effort, eliminating the need to personally deliver samples, especially if the lab is a considerable distance from your location.

Sample Integrity: We ensure proper handling so your specimen arrives at the testing facility in a timely manner.

Speed: Rapid delivery ensures faster test results and quicker access to medical care if needed.

Specialization: Our staff is fully trained in the Transportation of Dangerous Goods (TDG). This specialized training ensures the safe transport of specimens to the lab, mitigating risks and promoting safety.

 

Tests for Sample Transport Service:

This service is designed if your healthcare provider has ordered one of the following tests: 

24-hour Urine Collection

Stool

Other

We value the safety of our patients and our lab professionals and may decide to refuse an appointment if unsafe conditions are believed to exist upon arrival to a service location.

Refusal or cancellation of appointments under these circumstances will result in a full 100% service charge to you. Unsafe conditions include, but are but not limited to, the following:

  • Physical or verbal abuse or threatening behaviour is encountered
  • Pets are not secured, kenneled, or removed from collection area
  • Small children are unsupervised to the extent that they may interfere with the collection process
  • Pest infestation is present (e.g., mice, bed bugs, scabies, lice, or cockroaches)
  • Unsafe areas (e.g., isolated area, poor lighting, no cell phone coverage)
  • Unsecured weapons present
  • Patient injury as the result of a violent crime
  • Internal and external home environment is deemed unsafe or physical hazards are observed (e.g., sidewalks not shoveled, poor maintenance or sanitation, presence of mold, poor lighting)
  • Chemical or biological hazards are present (e.g., patients or others are not abstaining from smoking, animal feces or illegal drugs present).

Test results are typically available within 24-48 hours and will be sent directly to your physician and available to you online through MySaskHealthRecord.

Missed Collection

If the specimen cannot be obtained after two unsuccessful attempts, the client will have the opportunity to reschedule the collection with another qualified professional or ask for a refund of the total cost of the service booked.

 

Repeat Collection

To maintain sample integrity, Haztech follows strict guidelines for the collection and transportation of samples to the testing laboratory for analysis. In some cases, a sample may be compromised and deemed unsuitable for testing. If your sample is rejected due to an error by Haztech, you will be notified of such and given the opportunity to schedule a repeat collection at no cost to you.

To reduce potential risks like minor bruising, tingling and painful swelling after blood collection, the patient must adhere to the following instructions.

  • Apply firm pressure to the puncture site as long as necessary to stop the bleeding.
  • Leave the bandage for 10-15 minutes after collection.
  • Do not subject the site to pressure (from purse straps, tote and/or shopping bags, etc.) and to protect the arm from exertion for several hours so as not to reopen the wound.
  • If bruising occurs, place an ice pack or cold compress to the affected area for about 20 minutes, a few times during the first 24 hours.

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