Outpatient Hours:

Monday - Friday: 7:30 am - 4:30 pm
Saturday: 7:30 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Sunday: Closed
Holiday: Closed 

Inpatient & Emergency:

24-hours a day, 7 days a week



It's amazing how the tiny cells and organisms inside of us can tell so much about the health of our bodies. One look under the microscope reveals another world living inside of each and every one of us. The laboratory team at Hammond-Henry Hospital is dedicated to providing high-quality results in a timely manner and performs hundreds of tests per day, and over 500,000 tests per year.

nurse taking patients bloodOur team consists of:

  • Board Certified Pathologist
  • Medical Laboratory Scientists and Technicians
  • Phlebotomists


The Laboratory at Hammond-Henry Hospital is accredited with the following agencies:

  • The Commission of Medicare and Medicaid for CLIA 14D0044126
  • Cola Accreditation ID #17251
  • The Joint Commission #4289

Do I need to fast before my lab work?

Fasting depends on the type of test(s) you are having. You should fast before tests like cholesterol and glucose, but always ask your healthcare provider for instructions.

Do I need an appointment?

You are not required to make an appointment for lab work. We operate on a first-come, first-serve basis. We do request that you stop by admitting in the North Lobby to register before you come to see us.

Do I need an order for my lab work?

Yes, an order from a healthcare provider is required for all lab work.

What can I expect at a blood draw?

If you have never had your blood drawn before, it can be uncomfortable to think about. If you are uneasy about the procedure, please visit: to learn more about your test. If you are still unsure about the procedure, let your phlebotomist or lab technician know and they will be happy to answer any questions you may have to put you at ease.

What do I need to know about urine and stool sample collection?

These samples are best to collect correctly the first time. Click 24-Hour Urine Collection and Stool Sample Collection instructions.