Convenient and affordable lab tests available today

Better health starts with a better way to get convenient at-home blood tests and easy-to-use swabs, as well as affordable in-lab services that start at just $15. Our affordable and convenient tests provide accurate results with comfort and assurance. Our vast range of tests includes screenings for conditions like celiac disease, cervical cancer, and STIs. Finally, you can find the clarity and confidence you need to navigate your path to better health.

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At-home testing options

Lab tests are a critical part of understanding your health. Now, you can find that peace of mind without leaving your home. Collect samples at home with our easy-to-use test kits and send them back using our prepaid packaging.

  • Women’s sexual health at-home test kits

    Easily screen for common infections with our extensive screening panels. If any unusual results are identified, you can consult with our network of board-certified physicians and receive appropriate guidance and treatment.

    • Complete women’s STI test panel: This panel includes HIV screening, syphilis blood testing, 3-site chlamydia and gonorrhea (vaginal, throat, rectal) testing, swabs for genital herpes, trichomoniasis testing, mycoplasma genitalium (Mgen) testing, bacterial vaginosis (BV) testing, and candida albicans (yeast infections) testing. This panel costs $237 out of pocket.*

    • Vaginitis panel: This includes testing for bacterial vaginosis, yeast infections, and trichomoniasis. This costs $75 out of pocket.*

    • Vaginitis + STI panel: This includes the same components as the vaginitis panel, plus chlamydia and gonorrhea 3-site testing. This costs $95 out of pocket.*

    • Chlamydia and gonorrhea 3-site testing: This involves vaginal, throat, and rectal testing. This 3-site testing is not available for in-person testing at Quest and is exclusively an at-home offering. This costs $22 for self-pay patients.*

    • HPV 3 site testing: This includes cervical cancer screening, which is available for women aged 30-65. Self-testing for HPV has been found to be just as effective as the traditional clinician-collected samples and may even be more efficient in detecting cervical cancer.2 This panel costs $18 out of pocket.*

  • Men’s sexual health at-home test kits

    Conveniently and discreetly test for STIs from home. If any results are atypical, you can consult with our network of board-certified online doctors and, if necessary, receive treatment.

    • Complete men’s STI test panels: This panel includes screening for HIV-1 and HIV-2 antibodies, as well as for HIV-1 p24 antigen, syphilis blood testing, 3-site throat, rectal, and urine tests for chlamydia and gonorrhea, swabs to test for genital herpes, trichomoniasis testing, and a Mgen urine test. This panel costs $193 for self-pay patients.*

    • Chlamydia and gonorrhea 3-site testing: This panel involves a urine test and throat and rectal testing via two swabs. This panel costs $22 out of pocket.*

  • At-home pre-exposure prophylaxis test kit (PrEP)

    We make it easy to screen for all STDs required to start or continue on PrEP by testing the following:

    • HIV-1, HIV-2, and HIV-1 p24 antigen testing 

    • Syphilis test

    • 3-site chlamydia and gonorrhea test

    • Creatinine levels

    An initial screening will also include the following:

    • Hepatitis B and C blood test

    • Lipid panel (cholesterol, triglycerides, HDL, LDL)

    • Pregnancy urine test (if female at birth)

    For self-pay patients, an initial screening costs $254, and follow-up testing costs $160.*

  • General health monitoring

    Get the insights you need with our convenient general health at-home lab tests and virtual care with top-quality licensed primary care physicians, giving you practical insights and a convenient, secure pathway toward better healthcare.

    • Diabetes screening and monitoring: Track your blood sugar levels to gain a deeper insight into your body's management of glycemic control. Our diabetes panel includes testing A1C, a lipid panel, and a creatinine test. The diabetes panel costs $52 for self-pay patients.*

    • Thyroid test kits: Assess crucial thyroid levels that influence many bodily functions by checking your levels for the three primary thyroid hormones (TSH, free T3, and free T4), along with thyroid antibodies (TPO). Our thyroid panel costs $39 for self-pay patients.*

    • Colon cancer screening: Our at-home fecal immunochemical test (FIT) for the detection of colon cancer is designed to be easy to use and non-intrusive, aiding you in maintaining your health and well-being. It screens for blood in your stool, helping identify potential early indicators of colon cancer. This test is recommended for individuals 45 years and older. FIT testing costs $11.50 for self-pay patients.*

    • Celiac disease testing: This test assesses the presence of antibodies that could suggest the presence of celiac disease. Our patient care team can discuss how you can manage your diet if your results indicate a potentially elevated risk. Our at-home celiac tests cost $26 for self-pay patients.*

    • COVID, Flu, and RSV tests: We provide a COVID-19, flu, and RSV at-home collection kit suitable for individuals aged 2 and older. Collecting your sample involves using a single nasal swab inserted only into the lower nostril, ensuring a swift, convenient, and painless process. This panel costs $162 for self-pay patients. For COVID testing alone, the self-pay cost is $125.*

    *All tests have a $19-$59 shipping and kitting fee in addition to the cost of the test panel. If you have in-network insurance coverage, much of the testing cost will likely be covered. If you have out-of-network coverage, the cost is capped at $99.

$15 in-lab tests

Our $15 in-person labs ensure you access quality tests without straining your wallet.

Some of our standout offerings include:

Talk to one of our doctors to learn more about all of the testing we offer.

At-home lab FAQs

  • How do I get an at-home lab kit through PlushCare?

    Email us at [email protected] and let us know which kit you’d like to order, or book an appointment with a PlushCare doctor who can order it for you.

  • How was my at-home lab test kit sent to me?

    Lab testing kits are mailed to you within 1-3 days. You’ll receive a confirmation email with the expected shipping and result times. Your kit will include illustrated instructions and a video link on completing your labs.

  • How much do at-home lab tests cost?

    If your insurance is out-of-network, the maximum amount you can owe for at-home lab testing is $99. Self-pay costs for our at-home test panels range from $11.50-$237, depending on the panel. Your lab testing kit and shipping costs are not covered by insurance and can range from $19-$59, depending on the kit ordered. This is a standard shipping and kitting cost for all at-home lab testing kits, regardless of the lab(s) ordered.

  • Which lab centers can I get labs for $15?

    Currently, our $15 lab offering is only available through Quest Diagnostics.

  • How do the $15 labs work with insurance?

    Insured: You can continue to use your insurance to cover the cost of your labs, or you can pay the cash price of $15. If you have insurance but want to pay the cash price, please tell your physician when they order the lab for you.

    Uninsured: You will pay a flat fee of $15 per lab (e.g., if you get a Hemoglobin A1c and Lipid Panel, you will be charged $30).

  • Which labs can I get for $15?

    The following preventative labs can be completed for $15:





    • TSH W/REFL FT4


    • TSH










    • T4, FREE







    • HCG, TOTAL, QL


  • How do I get $15 labs through PlushCare?

    If you’re interested in ordering a specific lab, you can book an appointment with a PlushCare physician and they can order it for you.

    If your physician recommends you get lab work done, they will order it for you.

    There is no way to order the lab yourself at this time, all lab orders must go through a PlushCare physician.

  • How do I get in-person labs done?

    Your lab order is sent to Quest by default. We have a partnership with Quest that allows us to easily submit and receive results. If this doesn’t work for you, we can provide a generic lab order to use at the lab of your choice.

    We highly recommend that you contact your insurance to find out which lab locations are in-network for you. Please note that in-network status can vary by location.

    What to bring:

    We highly recommend booking an appointment so you don't have to wait, but most labs will take walk-ins.

  • Can a PlushCare doctor order a lab test for me?

    Yes, if your doctor believes that a lab test would be beneficial for you, they can order a lab test for you. After receiving the lab order, you'll visit a lab location, have your lab test(s) run, and the results should be sent to you from PlushCare within 3-5 business days.

How to get at-home testing and affordable labs

Step 1

Book a lab request appointment.

Book your same-day appointment from anywhere, or simply email us at [email protected] and let us know which kit you are interested in.

Step 2

Submit your sample.

Our range of testing options includes both at-home and in-person lab tests, each accompanied by straightforward instructions for collecting your sample.

Step 3

Access your results online and schedule a follow-up.

Easily access your results online and schedule a follow-up appointment with your doctor to discuss your results in detail.


PlushCare is dedicated to providing you with accurate and trustworthy health information.

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  2. National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI). "Chlamydia trachomatis Infections in Women: Anticipating the Epidemic, Possible Impact of Vaccination, and New Approaches to Control." Accessed on November 7, 2023 at