RxHomeTest is an at-home health test provider based in Portland, Oregon, on the banks of Willamette river overlooking Mt. Hood.
We are part of the Oregon Translational Research and Development Institute (OTRADI), which is at the forefront of healthcare innovation in Pacific Northwest.
By working with some of the world’s best diagnostic labs, we provide reliable, convenient, and fully confidential lab tests to anyone seeking to monitor their health.
Majority of our tests are available across US (except in NY, NJ), Canada and Mexico.
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We do NOT sell your data except to meet the state and federal regulatory requirements.
Get tested without leaving home. Simply order a kit online, receive it by USPS First Class mail, collect the sample from the comfort of your home, and mail it back to one of our world-class labs with a return envelope. Each order includes prescription by a board-certified physician and review of your results. No need to visit a doctor’s office or any lab for our health tests.
It is easy, simple, and convenient.
We will mail you a test kit.
Collect the sample at home (saliva or urine or blood sample–using a finger prick) and drop the pre-paid envelope in mail (for all the orders within US).
Our healthcare professionals review your results and we give you an easy-to-understand test report within a week.
Your payment includes:
A doctor’s prescription.
FREE shipping to you and back to the lab**.
Testing by our world-class labs.
A review of test results by a healthcare professional.
A final report that clearly shows your results on a healthy range (for your age, gender, and demographic data, whenever applicable).
**For orders placed outside US, we provide FREE shipping to your address but do not have the expertise to support return shipping; we provide paperwork that you can take to local post office for cross-border shipping.
The Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments (CLIA) regulates laboratory testing. It requires clinical laboratories to be certificated by their state as well as by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS). Besides CMS, the FDA and CDC are the two federal agencies responsible for CLIA certification.
CAP is a unique peer-inspection accreditation for high-complexity disciplines, meanwhile, COLA is an independent accreditor.
All our labs follow rigorous state and federal regulatory protocols before accepting any human samples.