What are HOMELAB’s services?
Do you have doctors available for consultation?
HomeLab has roster of adult and pediatric physicians for consultation. We even have emergency physicians who can do home-visits, too.
Who and what are the specialization of HOMELAB doctors?
Our physicians come from a variety of specializations to cater to your different health needs.
What areas do you cater to?
HomeLab medical field team has done home visits across Luzon cities and towns. HomeLab clinic sites are in Greater Manila Area. Expansion is on- going in Luzon and in selected islands.
How can one book or request for a HOMELAB medical service?
Request for your medical test via the HOMELAB PH App and experience tech-based healthcare at its finest.
Download the HOMELAB PH App
What are HOMELAB’s bank details for my online payment?
HomeLab is the medical brand of PROSPEROUS ABUNDANCE. Online payments will be made to the account of Prosperous Abundance.
Account Name: PROSPEROUS ABUNDANCE
When do I need to pay for my HOMELAB services?
How soon can I get my test results?
Rapid Antigen Test | result known to patient in 15-30min | results uploaded in QR Code in 4 hours
RT PCR Tests | results uploaded in QR Code in 12 hours
Standard Lab Test | results uploaded in QR Code in 12 hours
Chest X-Ray | results uploaded in QR Code after 24 hours
Imaging Diagnostic Tests | results uploaded in QR code after 24-48 hours
How can I learn more about HOMELAB Beauty Surgery?
Immediately request of the free online consultation with our surgeon so you can better navigate your next best step. This will be followed by your face to face consultation (with doctor’s professional fee).
Where can I get more information about your MediCAB program?
Please email to email@example.com your biodata, copy of your vehicle registration and driver’s license. Our MediCAB team will get in touch with you.
Where can I get more information about your MEDex program?
Please email to firstname.lastname@example.org your resume and copy of your PRC license. You will be contacted by MEDex officers Joyce Manlangit, RMT and Heidi Venturina.