Founded in 1968, MRL is continuously evolving to meet America’s most current, pressing laboratory service needs. In most recent years, MRL’s volume of easy, affordable, convenient and confidential lab tests, has significantly increased allowing us to provide further discounts to our community of esteemed practitioners. Today, approximately fifty million Americans do not have health insurance. MRL offers a much needed healthcare provider affiliation, giving physicians a safe, confidential, cost effective resource for their clients; including the uninsured clients. MRL’s reputation consistently earns recognition for organizing and administering health screenings for some of the country’s largest retailers, as well as state and local health departments. For over forty years, MRL has provided wellness screenings to natural healthcare practitioners.

MRL offers a diverse menu of screening services. The menu consists of blood chemistry analysis, Loomis 24 Hour Urinalysis, Spirometry, Electrocardiogram (EKG), Food Allergy IgG & IgE blood testing, DNA paternity testing, drug screening, wellness screenings, blood wellness panels, hydration analysis, peripheral bone density testing “AcuDexa”, body mass index testing utilizing the RJL BMI system and breast and full body IACT approved thermography.









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