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The Campbell County Memorial Hospital (CCMH) Laboratory provides testing to aid physicians in the diagnosis and treatment of disease and serves as a reference lab for many local physician offices and veterinary clinics in Gillette, Wyoming.Lab staff

Offices include the Campbell County Medical Group Walk-in Clinic, CCMH Surgical Services, Animal Medical Center of Wyoming and Red Hills Veterinary Hospital.

The CCMH Laboratory currently performs more than 240 different tests and collects more than 450 other lab tests to be sent to reference labs.

Lab professionals perform and evaluate medical laboratory tests that correctly detect, diagnose, and help prevent diseases, thus saving countless lives every day. Since these pros often work behind the scenes, few people know how they aid physicians in the diagnosis and treatment of disease, every day. The CCMH Lab staff is either certified Phlebotomy Technicians or Medical Technicians/Technologists. The key word here is certified – all have undergone specialized training to provide the services they provide.

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The join commission awardFor questions or concerns about safety or quality of care, please contact Lynn Todd, Laboratory manager, at 307-688-1200 or lynn.todd@cchwyo.org.

To report concerns about safety or quality of care, please contact the Joint Commission. CCMH's organization number is 9344.

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Got Allergies?

Possible symptoms of allergies

  • Abdominal pain
  • Diarrhea
  • Eczema
  • Hives
  • Nasal Congestion
  • Nausea
  • Rashes
  • Runny Nose
  • Sneezing
  • Vomiting

With Allergenex by Spiriplex, your doctor can now test for more than 60 of the most common food and environmental allergens with a simple finger prick.

What is Allergenex?
Campbell County Health’s Laboratory offers an allergy test that requires a much smaller blood sample with more comprehensive results: Allergenex by Spiriplex.

When a provider orders the Allergenex allergy test, only four drops of blood are needed. The sample is tested for 68 of the most common food and environmental allergens, like dust mites, weeds and grasses, eggs and peanuts. Patients as young as six months old can be tested, and each sample is tested separately three times for better accuracy.

The test also detects sensitivity, or things the patient is slightly allergic to, which can be difficult to diagnose if the patient isn’t experiencing significant symptoms. The test results, along with the patient’s history, physical exam, and symptoms, help the provider create a successful diagnosis and treatment plan.

Learn more about Allergenex by Spiriplex: https://spiriplex.com/allergies/

Blog: Allergy Testing that's Easier for the Patient

Anyone who has had allergy testing has probably been through the experience of going to a lab and having blood collected from their arm, with the blood tested separately for each allergen, (the substance that may be causing the allergic reaction). Or the patient has an allergy “scratch test” where different allergens are tested by scratching a small incision on the patient’s skin. These methods of allergy testing take time, may involve a trip to the lab, and the provider must select the specific allergens to be tested. Sometimes it takes many different tests to determine exactly what allergies the patient has.

Campbell County Memorial Hospital's Laboratory implemented a new allergy test nearly two years ago that requires a much smaller blood sample with more comprehensive results. When a provider orders the Spiriplex allergy test, Allergenex, only four drops of blood are needed. The sample is tested for 68 of the most common food and environmental allergens, like dust mites, weeds and grasses, eggs and peanuts. Patients as young as six months old can be tested, and each sample is tested separately three times for better accuracy.

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Health Screenings Available Daily

Community wide blood draws and wellness testing is available Monday-Friday at Wellness in the Energy Building at 1901 Energy Court, Suite 125, Gillette, Wyoming -- located off Boxelder Avenue, behind Common Cents and Wendy's. Learn more.

Lab Test Catalog

Find a list of lab tests available at Campbell County Memorial Hospital using this online application, powered by Mayo Clinic Laboratories. Find testing information by searching or browsing the listings alphabetically.

Access the application here: https://campbellcountyhealth.testcatalog.org/

Pathology

The Pathology department processes specimens from the surgery department and local physician offices. These include body fluids and tissue from biopsies or organs. The specimens are checked for abnormalities to aid your physician in diagnosis and treatment. Learn more

Contact

Find the CCMH Laboratory at:
Location: Campbell County Memorial Hospital, 501 S. Burma Avenue, Gillette, Wyoming 82716. The Lab is located on the first floor in their newly remodeled, more patient friendly area.
Hours: 7 am-5:30 pm, Monday-Friday; Closed, Saturday and Sunday
Phone: 307-688-1200
Fax: 307-688-1224
Manager: Lynn Todd, M.T., ASCP

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