Quest Diagnostics is a clinical laboratory offering diagnostic testing services for cancer, cardiovascular disease, infectious disease, and neurological disorders that is headquartered Madison, New Jersey, United States and was founded in 1959 by Paul Brown.
Quest Diagnostics is interested providing wellness and healthcare solutions for patients, healthcare providers, pharmaceutical companies, life insurance companies, and employer. The company has locations around the world to offer convenience internationally, and in the United States.
With the outbreak of COVID-19, Quest Diagnostics has began monitoring the situation to prioritize the health and safety of their employees, patients, and communities they serve. They are testing for COVID-19 to meet CDC clinical and/or epidemiological criteria.
They began testing on March 9, 2020, and claim that providers should not refer any patients suspected or confirmed to be infected to a Quest Diagnostics Patient Service Center or any other phlebotomy site.
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