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Simple Steps to Testing


When it comes to your health, Quest Diagnostics is here for you. Follow these simple steps to complete the testing process and take control of your health. Good health, Es Tu Poder.

Schedule your appointment

With more than 170 Patient Service Centers (PSCs) across Texas, it's easy to find a Quest location.
Visit the PSC locator to find your PSC and to schedule your appointment or call 1.888.277.8772.


Prepare for your test

Some tests require you to fast beforehand. Ask your physician or visit the Frequently Asked Questions page to find out how to prepare.


Visit your Quest PSC

At your PSC, you will be greeted by our professional medical staff. They will take your sample and send it to a state-of-the-art Quest lab to be tested by our highly trained technologists.


Get your results

After being tested, your results are sent to your doctor and can be easily accessed by downloading the MyQuest AppTM. Schedule a follow-up appointment with your doctor to discuss what's best for your health. Make the most of your doctor visit by reading the list of Top 10 Things You Should Discuss With Your Doctor and discussing them during your next appointment.


Track your health trends

Through MyQuest AppTM, you can keep track of all of your test results in one place, making it easier to discover meaningful trends that can impact your health decisions.


Monitor your family's health

Use My Circle, a feature in MyQuest AppTM, to gain access to updates on your loved one's health so you can support them in making the right health decisions.


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