Laboratory testing is an essential part of the disease diagnosis, treatment and management. At Clinical Pathology Laboratories Southeast, Inc (CPLSE), the region's leader in outpatient laboratory testing, we provide accurate information that your physicians need and we do it with the utmost efficiency. We perform thousands of lab tests everyday for patients of all ages.

We know that your life is full of activities and that's why we have convenient hours at our Patient Service Centers (PSC). These centers open early in the morning, so you can easily fit a lab test into your day.  We even have Saturday morning hours at select service centers and you never need an appointment.  Walk-in service is our way of doing business, with a record of getting 95% of our patients serviced within 15 minutes. Plus, we will handle all paperwork so there's not a long pre-registration process.

Getting results is what we are all about. We work closely with physicians and their office personnel to get reliable results quickly. In most cases, results are available within 24 hours. STAT and Same-Day testing are available upon the request of your physician. Your doctor is the best one to interpret your lab results and share them with you.  Your lab results are a private matter and you can be confident that the procedures we follow will protect your privacy.

At CPLSE, we file all insurance claims. We are a provider for Medicare, Medicaid and most insurance plans. If you have questions about coverage, please contact your insurance plan provider, benefits specialist or one of our trained staff members. You may also view our list of insurance plan providers on the Insurance Information page.

We are continually working with insurers and adding new contractors. If we are not included in your insurance plan, please contact us or your employer.

Lab Visit
To make your lab visit trouble-free, remember to bring the following items with you:

  • Doctor's order indicating the type of test(s) to perform.
    Please note any special instructions on your form, like fasting (not eating or drinking before blood is drawn). If you have questions, please contact your doctor, your doctor's office or our staff for more information.
  • Insurance Card
  • Drivers License / Photo ID