You will need an access code to create a new account. Don’t have an access code? Request one here.
To confirm hours of operations, availability of walk-in appointments, or to make an appointment visit locations.lifelabs.com. GetCheckedOnline is only available at participating Lab Locations.
Contact us at email@example.com with any questions.
GetCheckedOnline is not available at all LifeLabs locations.
Once you have created a lab form, take it to a participating LifeLabs location. Use the map below to find a participating LifeLabs. At the lab, the staff will explain how to give a urine sample, will take a blood sample and may give you a swab kit to take home.
The LifeLabs website has the most current information about hours of operation and wait times (if walk-ins are accepted) visit locations.lifelabs.com. To make an appointment visit booking.lifelabs.com.
We do not collect personal health number (PHN) through GetCheckedOnline, but you might be asked to provide this to make an appointment on the LifeLabs website. If you do not have a PHN, or do not wish to test under your real name, you can still make an appointment by contacting LifeLabs at 1-800-431-7206.
GetCheckedOnline is currently available in Vancouver, Victoria, Langford, Duncan, Kamloops, Nelson, Kimberley and Maple Ridge. To use GetCheckedOnline, you will need an invitation from one of the BC Centre for Disease Control STI clinics or a promotional code. Learn more about how you can sign up for GetCheckedOnline.
You can contact us if you have any questions. For more information about sexual health and STIs, visit
It is a good idea to be tested regularly for STIs, especially if you have new or casual sexual partners. Being informed, communicating with partners, and using safer sex practices are ways to help improve your sexual health.
Need more information or someone to talk to? There are lots of online resources and local services that can help.
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