Irwin Army Community Hospital Fort Riley, Kansas The "Big Red One" Hospital

laboratory

 

Effective health care is based on medical evidence and the Irwin Army Community Hospital laboratory performs the tests that provide much of that evidence to ensure your good health or find problems that threaten it. From initial sample to final result, the IACH lab provides caregivers medical information that supports your health.

 

Walk-In Pregnancy Test

The IACH Laboratory offers walk-in pregnancy tests for patients 16 and older. Patients younger than 16 must be accompanied by their legal guardian. One test is permitted every 30 days.

 

Lab Results

The Laboratory staff is not authorized to release lab results to patients. There are three ways to get your lab results:

 

  • TRICARE Online Patient Portal - TOL's Patient Portal delivers easy-to-understand lab results to your smartphone, tablet, or desktop for yourself and your family members under the age of 12.
  • Provider's Office - Most test results can be shared by phone or Secure Messaging, while others are best shared during a follow-up provider's visit and discussion. Work with your provider on how best to share your test results.
  • Medical Records - Requests for medical records required a digitally signed DD Form 2870 Authorization for Disclosure of Medical or Dental Information. Requests take 30 days to process. For details visit the Patient Records webpage here.

 

 

Time Dependent Testing

For three and two-hour glucose, and lactose tolerance tests, arrive no later than 12 pm. For a one-hour glucose test, arrive no later than 3:30 pm.

 

For a multi-part test or a 24-hour urine collection that needs to be completed on the weekend or  a holiday, contact the Laboratory during normal business hours for instructions. These test are managed on a case by case basis.

 

Fasting Test

Do not eat 10-12 hours prior to a fasting test. Drink as much water as you want and only black coffee (no cream or sugar, to include sugar substitutes). Take all directed medications as needed. If you have any questions, contact us at (785) 239-7041.

HIV testing is provided to Active Duty Soldiers for Medical Protection System (MEDPROS) status updates.

 

Location: First floor main corridor, adjacent to the hospital pharmacy.

650 Huebner Road, Fort Riley

 

 

Hours: Monday - Friday, 7 am - 5 pm

Closed on federal holidays and selected

training holidays

 

Irwin Army Community Hospital Fort Riley, Kansas The "Big Red One" Hospital
Irwin Army Community Hospital

laboratory

 

Location: First floor main corridor, adjacent to the hospital pharmacy. 650 Huebner Road, Fort Riley

 

 

Hours:

Monday - Friday, 7 am - 5 pm

Closed on federal holidays and selected

training holidays

 

Effective health care is based on medical evidence and the Irwin Army Community Hospital laboratory performs the tests that provide much of that evidence to ensure your good health or find problems that threaten it. From initial sample to final result, the IACH lab provides caregivers medical information that supports your health.

 

Walk-In Pregnancy Test

The Laboratory offers walk-in pregnancy tests for patients 16 and older. Patients younger than 16 must be accompanied by their sponsor. One test is permitted every 30 days. Call (785) 240-7568 for results.

 

Lab Results

The Laboratory staff is not authorized to release lab results to patients. Only your provider or Correspondence, located on the 3rd Floor can give you your results.

 

Time Dependent Testing

For three and two-hour glucose, and lactose tolerance tests, arrive no later than 12 pm. For a one-hour glucose test, arrive no later than 3:30 pm.

 

For a multi-part test or a 24-hour urine collection that needs to be completed on the weekend or  a holiday, contact the Laboratory during normal business hours for instructions. These test are managed on a case by case basis.

 

Fasting Test

Do not eat 10-12 hours prior to a fasting test. Drink as much water as you want and only black coffee (no cream or sugar, to include sugar substitutes). Take all directed medications as needed. If you have any questions, contact us at (785) 239-7041.

HIV testing is provided to Active Duty Soldiers for Medical Protection System (MEDPROS) status updates.