Ordering the Prostate Health Index
Why the Prostate Health Index?
The Ordering Process
This test needs to be ordered by a physician and requires a blood draw. Therefore, after you complete your patient information below and provide us with your credit card information, you will be contacted by a client relations specialist to connect you with a physician and help you find a blood draw location or mobile phlebotomist near you.
NOTE: We are unable to run this test for patients living in New York State.
Questions? Call 855.420.7140 x 0
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