A UnitedHealthcare Preferred Lab Network provider
Mayo Clinic Laboratories is a UnitedHealthcare Preferred Lab Network (PLN) care provider, giving UnitedHealthcare members in-network access to our comprehensive subspecialty testing menu.
UnitedHealthcare has consistently renewed this status thanks to our standards for access, cost, data, quality, and service. These standards are a testament to our ability to deliver lab medicine that places a greater emphasis on patient outcomes and the total cost of patient care. Because of this, UnitedHealthcare members may notice a cost savings for services.
For more information, please visit UnitedHealthcare’s Preferred Lab Network website.
Patients everywhere deserve access to world-class diagnostic care. Our test catalog covers the full range of clinical specialties, with more than 3,800 tests available to support care for your patients.
Working together, Mayo Clinic laboratory medicine specialists and clinicians helped Elyn Simmons get her life back — and welcome two new lives to the world.
In a world of ever-faster technical change, Mayo Clinic Laboratories is uniquely positioned to innovate. Collaboration with clinicians pinpoints unmet patient needs and facilitates the development of diagnostic testing that provides answers.
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