Clifton-Fine Hospital offers a full-service laboratory dedicated to providing patients and healthcare providers with fast, accurate results. Our team is comprised of a Medical Laboratory Director and a Clinical Laboratory Scientist, both licensed by the state of New York. The laboratory performs blood draws and specimen collection for both inpatients and outpatients. Our facility is accredited by the New York State Department of Health and the American Association of Blood Banks.
The laboratory is staffed 24 hours a day including weekends and holidays. Testing includes blood tests (such as glucose, cholesterol and blood gas analysis), pathology specimens (such as PAP smears), and other specialized testing, including therapeutic drug monitoring. Specimens collected but not tested onsite are sent to LabCorp and Samaritan Medical Center’s Pathology Department.
Clifton-Fine Hospital’s laboratory recently upgraded its Sysmex Hematology Analyzer. This vital piece of equipment screens for anemia and infection by measuring white and red blood cell counts, HGB and HCT.
For more information call 315-848-3351, ext. 230.
There’s no need to miss work or take a long drive when you require a laboratory test. We offer extended hours, walk-in lab draws and minimal wait times.
Monday-Friday 7:00am – 5:00pm
Clifton-Fine Hospital provides the following laboratory services:
- Diagnostic Immunology
- Drug Testing
Screenings available include:
- Basic and Comprehensive Metabolic profiles
- Cholesterol and Glucose levels
- Coumadin therapy monitoring
- DOT driver screenings
- Hemoglobin and Hematocrit levels
- Lead levels
- Lipid profiles
- Pre-employment urine testing
- Prostate tests
- Strep throat cultures
- Urinary Tract Infection (UTI) screenings
- White Blood Cell counts
Sharps Collection Program
Dispose of sharps safely! Exchange your full sharps container for an empty one. When you safely dispose of sharps, including needles, syringes and lancets, you prevent others from becoming ill or injured, while also helping to decrease environmental pollution. Sharps containers may be turned in to the hospital at the following locations:
- Laboratory Department during working hours
- Nurses’ Station during visiting hours
- Infection Prevention when available