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About the Clinical Chemistry Laboratory
The Clinical Chemistry Laboratory provides clinical testing services in support of Departmental programs. The primary programs include:
Specimen Collection

 

 Test  Purpose
 Total Hemoglobin  Anemia
 Lead  Lead intoxication/poisoning 
 Cholesterol/HDL or Lipid Profile  Hyperlipidemia 
 Creatinine  Kidney function
 Hemoglobin Type, also known as Hemoglobin Electrophoresis or Sickle Cell Screen   Sickle cell diseases and other hemoglobinopathies and thalassemias 
 RPR 
HIV 
Gonorrhea/Chlamydia
 Sexually transmitted infections
 Glucose  Diabetes

 

 

Clinical Chemistry Result Reports
Clinical Chemistry Submitter Report Cards

The Clinical Chemistry Submitter report Card (Example, PDF 100kb) provides a monthly report on your facility’s Clinical Chemistry submissions, including number of specimens submitted and specific information on specimen quality and demographic issues.

 

Refer to the Guide to the Clinical Chemistry Report Card (PDF 90kb) for more information on each category.

Access to the report allows the facility to:

  • Identify strengths and opportunities for improvement.
  • Compare your facility’s performance with others in the state.

To access your facility’s report card, you must be a registered user of the Clinical Chemistry Web Application (Results Web Portal). If you are not already a registered user, you can sign up here.

Additional Information
Contact Us

(888) 963-7111, ext. 7430 toll free

ClinicalChemistry@dshs.state.tx.us