Fountain Point Laboratory is an independent laboratory located on campus
Fountain Point Laboratory is equipped with state-of-the-art instrumentation allowing us to provide quality care to the surrounding area. We accept most major insurances.
To schedule a lab appointment, please call 402-844-8011 and either bring in your physician’s lab order or have your physician fax it to us at 402-844-4462.
Hours for drawing blood are Monday-Friday 7:00 am – 4:30 pm and Saturday 8:00 am-10:00 am. Appointments are highly recommended to reduce patient wait times.
Dedicated to Convenient, Cost-Effective, Comprehensive Medical specimen Collection and Processing, The Fountain Point Laboratory offers on-site, rapid, basic lab tests and in conjunction with the reference laboratory Quest Diagnostics and the Faith Regional Health Services (FRHS) Laboratory, comprehensive testing for the Diagnosis, Management, Monitoring and Prevention of diseases, exposures, and health-related issues.
Fountain Point Laboratory is CLIA certified by the CMS Division of Clinical Laboratory Improvement & Quality.
- Specimen Collection
- Specimen Processing
- Specimen Analysis
- Specimen Interpretation
- Results Reports using Lab Information System
We do basic chemistries, lipids, cholesterols, and iron studies on site. In conjunction with our Sysmex machine, which performs blood cell counts and differentials, and many of the rapid specimen testing such as pregnancy, strep, and Influenza A&B. This enables us to provide reasonable turn- around times for most of the basic lab tests.
We accept the following insurance:
- RR Medicare
- Midlands Choice
- Health Partners
- BCBS NE
- Tricare West
- NE Total Care
- Bright Health Plan
- VA Community Care Optum
- Triwest VA CCN Optum
- Prime Health Services
- Medica HMO
Fountain Point Laboratory will file all claims with the above listed payors. Other insurance plans not listed may generate a patient bill that the insured individual may be able to use to submit for reimbursement.
Please be aware this is not a guarantee of insurance coverage.Â You may be responsible for a copay, co-insurance or out-of-network coverage deductible.Â All patients are encouraged to check with your insurance company for information regarding your laboratory benefits.