Peace Corps Lab Test Panel
The Peace Corps lab test panel checks Peace Corps medical clearance blood tests.
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Peace Corps Medical Clearance Testing - More Information
The Peace Corps lab test panel helps with the Peace Corps Volunteer medical clearance blood testing requirements. This Peace Corps blood test panel includes the BMP test, CBC test, hepatitis B surface antibody test, hepatitis B surface antigen test, hepatitis C test and HIV test.
Peace Corps Volunteers, through their commitment to the Peace Corps, will sometimes find themselves in places and situations in which healthcare services are not readily available. As a result, the Peace Corps has put in place certain medical screening requirements to help reduce the likelihood that a significant medical event will occur during service.
To get a Peace Corps lab test panel near you, just order online and get your blood drawn at the Quest Diagnostics lab near you. Once your Peace Corps medical clearance lab results are ready, they will be available for download and you can submit them to the Peace Corps.
This Peace Corps blood test panel is sometimes ordered with the G6PD test.
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- A PDF copy of your test results
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