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Outpatient Services

Laboratory Test (Single) CPT Code
Complete Blood Count (CBC) 85027
Basic Metabolic Panel (BMP) 80048
Basic Metabolic Panel (BMP) 80048
Comprehensive Metabolic Panel (CMP) 80053
Comprehensive Metabolic Panel (CMP) 80053
Hepatic Panel (LFT) 80076
Hepatic Panel (LFT) 80076
Urinalysis - Routine (UA) 81001
Urinalysis - Routine (UA) 81001
Urinalysis Culture (UAC) 87088
D-Dimer 85379
Uric Acid Level 84550
Urine Pregnancy Test- Qualatative (UAHCG) 81025
Urine Pregnancy Test- Qualatative (UAHCG) 81025
Serum Pegnancy Test (Qualatative) 84703
Lactate Level (CG4) 82803/83605
Lipase 83690
Lithium Level 80178
Phenytoin Total 80185
Valporic Acid Level 80164
Prothrombin Time with INR (PT-INR) 85730
Prothrombin Time with INR (PT-INR) (Warfarin TherapyOnly) 85730
Point of Care Laboratory Test (Single) CPT Code
Urine Drug Screen (10 Panel) 80300
Discounted Panels
Name of Panel Included
Nutrition Lab Panel CMP, CBC, Iron, Thiamine, Vitamin B12, Folate, Vitamin D, Vitamin C, Zinc.
Pre-Operative Lab Panel CBC, CMP, RH Factor, PT INR, aPTT.
STD Panel 1 (NAAT) GC, Chlamidia, Trich.
STD Panel 2 (NAAT) GC, Chlamidia, Trich, Herpes
Thyroid Panel TSH, FT3, FT4, T3 Uptake.

Outpatient Radiology Test

Study
X-ray Any Single Extremity or Joint, 2 views/3 views
Chest X-ray, 1 View
Chest X-ray PA & LAT, 2 Views
CT Any Body Part Without Contrast
CT Any Body Part With Contrast
CT Angiogram Any Body Part
Ultrasound Any Body Part
Ultrasound Pregnancy with Labs
MRI Any Body Part Without Contrast
MRI Any Body Part With Contrast

Other Outpatient Services

Test Why
Echocardiogram Echocardiogram-or echo-is an ultrasound of the heart. Your doctor uses it to look at heart size, structure and function-see how well it pumps blood. Your doctor may order an echo to see if symptoms you’re having, such as chest pain or shortness of breath might be related to your heart.
Exercise Stress Test (CEMT) A physician may recommend an exercise stress test to: Diagnose coronary artery disease. Diagnose a possible heart-related cause of symptoms such as chest pain, shortness of breath or lightheadedness. Determine a safe level of exercise.
Peripherally Inserted Central Venous Cath (PICC) A peripherally inserted central catheter, or PICC line, is a central venous catheter. This type of catheter is typically tunneled under the skin through the arm, neck or chest. This type of services requires home health or infusion services colaboration for paitent safety. (Requires Physician Order)