Laboratory Services

Rider University utilizes the services of Quest Diagnostics and LabCorp Laboratories for diagnostic services. Students, who choose to use their own insurance policy and not purchase the insurance through Rider University, should check with their own insurance carrier to determine with which laboratory their insurance participates. The Rider University Student Health Services staff will not be responsible for determining which laboratory participates with the individual’s insurance.

Once this has been determined, the appropriate laboratory should be indicated on the insurance waiver card. For more information about waiving the Rider insurance go to student health insurance.

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609-896-5060 / / First floor of Poyda C Residence Hall, Lawrenceville Campus
609-921-7100 ext. 8222/ Taylor Hall, Princeton Campus

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