Residents of the Greece area have a new place to go for fast, convenient medical laboratory services.
Effective July 28, 2014, ACM Medical Laboratory will open a new Patient Service Center for collection of samples for medical laboratory testing at 2655 Ridgeway Avenue, located in suite 120. All aspects of the new center are designed to enhance patients’ comfort and convenience. The state-of-the-art facility is easily accessible, has ample parking and will offer extended service hours. The facility will be open weekdays from 6 AM to 5 PM, and Saturdays from 6 AM until noon. The friendly, courteous staff is highly experienced in the collection of blood and other patient samples, and is specially trained for pediatric care. ACM accepts laboratory requisitions from any physicians’ office.
ACM has many other service centers across Monroe, Genesee, Wayne, and Cattaraugus counties. Patients can get more information about ACM Medical Laboratory by calling (800) 525-5227 or by visiting www.acmlab.com.
ACM Medical Laboratory, Inc., a division of Unity Health System is a full-service testing laboratory with operations in the United States, United Kingdom and India. ACM Medical Laboratory has 39 years of experience conducting laboratory testing offering a powerful combination of robust global capabilities, operational and scientific expertise and unsurpassed service. The organization performs 15 million tests each year, featuring more than 1,600 individual tests spanning all medical disciplines including pathology, microbiology and flow cytometry. For more about ACM, go to www.acmlab.com.
Natalie Ciao, Public Relations Manager
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