Fee for copy of blood/urine exam results
Some clinics charge $5, others $1.
When the doorbell rings, it's just a request. You are not a dog, it is not a command, only a request. You are not in church, you are at home. No guilt.
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Not entirely. I had to pay for a recent PSA blood test, not covered by OHIP. Since I have no outward symptoms, I get to pay for it. Even though I'm in the target age group (50+) for prostate cancer and have a family history of it.
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MrKap wrote: ↑May 30th, 2012 8:39 amYou called around to all clinics to see how much they charge?
Well at least you didn't drive to each one, that would have cost like $40.00 in gasoline, or two days on a transit system and $20.00
If it helps, and I am no expert on how hospitals, and things like that work. However, urine and blood samples might have to go to a laboratory where they have the proper facilities to do that sort of thing. I think I remember a lab existing in a medical building which housed several family doctors and clinics at one of the places I used to go to.
Perhaps the analysis service, is run independently of government?
Again, I am not 100% sure on it.
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