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Quest Diagnostics

Make an appointment using Quest Diagnostics

Use Quest Diagnostic's online service to make an appointment at one of their local WNY Patient Service Centers.
Making an appointment will help to eliminate your wait time for your routine laboratory services.

Make Appointment

If you are a member of Community Blue, Traditional Blue POS or Traditional Blue PPO, in order to be covered your tests must be performed at a Quest Lab. This includes the following member products:

  • Community Blue CHP 201
  • Community Blue FHP 201
  • Community Blue HMO 100
  • Community Blue HMO 100 Plus Series
  • Community Blue HMO 200 Series
  • Community Blue HMO 200 Plus Series
  • Community Blue HNY 201
  • Community Blue MCO 501
  • Community Blue Senior Blue 400 Series
  • Traditional Blue Medicare PPO 200 Plus Series
  • Series Traditional Blue POS 200 Series
  • Traditional Blue POS 200 Plus Series
  • Traditional Blue EPO 5000 Series
  • Traditional Blue PPO 800 Series
  • Traditional Blue PPO 900 Series
  • Traditional Blue PPO 900 Series

If you do not have your test performed at a Quest Lab, the claim will be paid only if the terms of your contract allow for coverage of services rendered by non-participating providers, such as POS and PPO plans. If you are a member of Traditional Blue Indemnity, your laboratory services will be covered in full if performed at a Quest Lab, or at any other participating provider of laboratory services, per the terms of your contract.

You do not have to use a Quest Lab for:

  • Testing performed during your inpatient admission
  • Pre-admission or pre-surgical testing performed prior to an inpatient stay or outpatient surgery
  • Tests associated with Emergency Room visits
  • Pap Smears and Thin Preps
  • Certain testing that your physician may perform in his/her office. Your physician will be able to tell you what testing is applicable.

Use the lab search to find a lab that participates in your health plan network. You can search based on location (county, city, or zip code).

Search results for Quest labs will include information about:

  • services such as pediatric draws and urine drug collection
  • hours of service at a laboratory site
  • wheelchair accessibility
  • availability of appointments at the site of your choice

    Please note that not all sites offer the services listed above.

    To minimize your wait time, we encourage you to make an appointment. Scheduled appointments are taken first; walking in to a laboratory that takes appointments may cause you to have a longer wait for service. Quest Diagnostics has the following available at all Appointment Preferred Patient Service Centers:
  • Appointments may be scheduled in advance for all hours of operations
  • Patients may schedule "Same Day" appointments
  • Patients can make appointments at their convenience - 24 hours/day, 7 days/week by using Quest's website or voice activated phone service

Visit the website at: http://www.questdiagnostics.com/appointment . To speak with a call center operator to schedule an appointment, call 1-716-568-5160 or 1-866-890-5346 Monday through Friday from 8:30a.m to 5:00p.m. Call 1-888-277-8772 to access the voice activated appointment scheduler.

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Member Medication Guide
View the Member Formulary (list of covered drugs) to determine the tier for your medication.  

This applies to products offered through large employer groups with more than 50 employees (and small employer groups until their renewal in 2014).

It also applies to Child Health Plus, under which only Tier 1 and Tier 2 drugs are applicable.

Updates to Member Formulary

Check here to see if there are any changes to the Member Medication Guide.  

This applies to products offered through large employer groups with more than 50 employees (and small employer groups until their renewal in 2014).

Exclusive Formulary
View the formulary (list of covered drugs) to determine the tier for your medication. 
This applies to products offered through small employer groups with less than 50 employees and directly to individuals, beginning upon renewal in 2014.

Updates to Exclusive Formulary
Check here to see if there are any changes to the Exclusive Formulary.

Exclusive Formulary, Most Common Medications Affected
View the most common tiering differences between the Member Medication Guide/Formulary and the Exclusive Formulary

Prior Approval Non Formulary Request Form
Check here to view the Prior Approval form.

Express Scripts Basic Formulary
View the 2014 Express Scripts formulary that contains a list of the most commonly prescribed drugs.

Express Scripts National Preferred Formulary with Exclusions
View the 2014 Express Scripts National Preferred Formulary with Exclusions.


To view our Medicare Prescription Drug Part D information, please visit our Medicare Resource Center.  

High Risk Medication List
The Pharmacy Quality Alliance has determined that these high risk medications have the highest risk of side effects for elderly patients