The Assurance Difference

At Assurance Scientific Laboratories (ASL) we are a passionate team of medical doctors and scientists who believe in using the best objective data available to help health care providers make accurate and timely diagnosis. Our mission is to provide you with Assurance to treat your patients to the best of your availability. We specialize in molecular and toxicology assays and technology.

Why Align with Assurance?

Assurance Scientific Laboratories is a proud CDC ARLab Partner, meaning we work with the CDC by developing diagnostic tools to better identify emerging antibiotic resistance. The CDC sends us antibiotic resistant pathogens which represent current and emerging antibiotic resistance trends. We then develop tests to specifically identify these pathogens and antibiotic resistance genes. We are not a CDC Jurisdiction or Regional Lab.


PCR testing: Upper Respiratory Infection (URI), Pediatric Upper Respiratory Infection (URI), Urinary Tract Infection (UTI), Ear, Nose, and Throat (ENT), Wound/Infection

  • Turn around time (TAT) is in-line with industry standards: Before noon, you receive results in the same day. After noon, you receive results the next day.

Toxicology testing TAT is 24-48 hours of receipt.

We are constantly adding beneficial offerings to help our clients diversify into different verticals.

Tests coming soon: STI, Vaginosis, Gastro, Oral HPV, and Tuberculosis.

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Pain Management Platform

Medication monitoring is an objective clinical tool for health care professionals who need clear, reliable information about their patients’ use or misuse of prescribed mediations, non-prescribed medications, or illicit substances to make informed clinical decisions regarding treatment.

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Antibiotic Stewardship

Antibiotic stewardship is a coordinated program that promotes the appropriate use of antibiotics, improves patient outcomes, and decreases the spread of infections caused by multidrug-resistant organisms.

Misuse and overuse of antibiotics is one of the world’s most pressing public health problems. Infectious organisms adapt to the antimicrobials designed to kill them, making the drugs ineffective. People infected with antimicrobial-resistant organisms are more likely to have longer, more expensive hospital stays, and may be more likely to die as a result of an infection.


Ty Thomas

Lab Director

Mary Beth Minyard

Director of Lab Operations