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MGM Partners offers a premiere Medical Laboratory Network.  Our Network is designed to complement Physicians and Medical Laboratories alike.  Our  growing community   provides medical professionals with mechanisms designed to  reduce costs where possible,  make accurate diagnosis, expedite turn around times, all without compromising the quality of patient care. Approaches include volume-based discounts , improved supply chain management, higher reimbursement rates, and complete transparency amongst our partners. 

Additionally we offer our Physicians the opportunity to work with our highly accredited medical laboratories. Each of our labs are specialized in their respective fields. This means that they are able to focus primarily on a specific type of test which has allowed them to reach a level of incomparable results. The test we offer include Allergy, Blood Wellness, Toxicology, Molecular Pathology, Infectious Disease, Pharmacogenomics (PGx), and Cancer Hereditary Screening (CGx).  Amongst the variety of test we offer we are able to suit every Physicians laboratory testing needs.

Blood Testing 

Blood Testing Panel – Our labs offer the most robust blood testing panels in the country. Our Physician partners rely on our Blood test to help them provide exceptional care to their patient base. Our panels give our Physicians the ability to properly diagnose and check for certain diseases and conditions, check the functions of their patient’s organs and determine how well treatments are working. Our panel is capable 


Toxicology Panel- As the current environment in health care with the abuse of prescription medications combined with the CDC’s classification of pain medication abuse as an “epidemic,” there is a movement towards requiring the use of toxicology testing for every patient prescribed any mood or mind altering pharmaceutical. Data also suggest that primary care clinicians’ lack of education and training to interpret and implement urine toxicology tests may impact their management of patient opioid misuse and/or substance use. Clinicians may benefit from additional education and training about the clinical implementation and use of urine toxicology tests. We offer a specialized laboratory delivering custom medication monitoring, personalized service, and education. Our Lab utilizes both UA and saliva swabs in a proven process  that helps Pain Management and Addiction Medicine practices, along with Family Practice, Internal Medicine, OB-GYN and other specialties make it easy to ensure patient safety while protecting the liability of your practice.


Pharmacogenomic Panel - Most commonly prescribed medications today are metabolized through the liver's P450 System. Our tests support physician's determination of the most appropriate drug at the right dose for each patient. There are over 24 different genes that we test for. PGx testing provides insight into a patient’s metabolic pathways. Knowing which pathways are functioning normally or abnormally allows a physician to prescribe medications as intended by the drug manufacturer, select the most appropriate dose, and even the best drug for the patient.

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Your genetic makeup is different from everyone else's. Variations in your genes are responsible for differences in everything from hair and eye color to how your body breaks down medications. Gene variations are normal. Genetic testing is the only way to find your unique gene variations


Molecular testing looks for specific inherited changes (mutations) in a person’s genetic make-up. Genetic mutations may have multiple different effects on a patient’s health. Mutations that are harmful may increase a person’s chance, or risk, of developing a disease such as cancer. Inherited mutations are thought to play a role in 5-10% of all cancers. These particular conditions are considered hereditary and appropriate genetic testing may be used to determine an individual’s risk.

Some people inherit mutation(s) in the germline, allowing for the mutations to be passed on from their parents and to their children. There are two classes of cellular genes: oncogenes and tumor suppressor genes. Often, multiple genetic mutations in a single individual are responsible for the development of hereditary cancers.

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