Fit Your Care Into Your Day With Lab Appointments

Fit your care into your day with lab appointments

Lab tests play an important role in your health—they help your doctor make treatment decisions and monitor your care. For your convenience, Kaiser Permanente laboratory locations are available throughout the region, with many open early and some open on weekends and holidays. And some of our medical centers, including Largo, Gaithersburg and South Baltimore County medical centers, also offer drive-through lab appointments. Further, to reduce wait times and support social distancing, we now offer lab services by appointment.

3 ways to schedule a lab appointment

Appointments offer you convenience and a smoother, faster lab experience, and you can schedule yours with any of three easy options:

  • Easiest—open the KP app.
  • Easier—go online at kp.org.
  • Easy—call Member Services at 800-777-7902 (TTY 711).

Not registered on kp.org?

Registering is easy. Simply visit kp.org/newmember from a computer or mobile device and follow the sign-in instructions. Or use the KP app—you can download it from your mobile device.1 You’ll need your medical record number, which you can find on your member ID card.

Start fitting your care into your day

Minutes matter. Convenience counts. So save time and skip the line—Schedule your next Kaiser Permanente lab appointment today.

1Download the KP app from the App StoreSM or Google PlayTM.

Recent PostsRecent Posts

How to transfer your medical records

To make your transition to Kaiser Permanente as seamless as possible, please bring the following to your first appointment: A list of your allergies, medications, medical conditions, surgeries, cancer screening tests, and immunizations Please also provide a list of your…

Read More

Cold, flu, or COVID-19: Know the symptoms

COVID-19, the common cold, and the flu (influenza) cause many similar symptoms. So how can you tell which illness you have? Understand the differences in symptoms that these illnesses cause with this chart: Learn more about COVID-19 at kp.org/coronavirus. Visit…

Read More