Vibra Health Lab (VHL) was built on the foundation of a partnership between two reputable companies known for their internal infrastructure and industry experience; OSP Health and Vibra Healthcare. VHL is based in Troy, Michigan. Our flagship, state of the art, full medical reference laboratory services the communities of Michigan and Ohio.
VHL seeks to deliver medically necessary and actionable results that allow our staff to work side-by-side with our clients. Our clinical specialists serve as a resource for our clients and are able to answer questions regarding testing options and test utilization, as well as assist with result interpretation and patient reports.
VHL offers a wide range of testing options to accommodate the needs of our clients:
Clinical Laboratory Testing - Chemistry, Hematology, Coagulation, Immunoassay and Urinalysis
Molecular Laboratory– Molecular Microbiology and PGx Genetic Testing
Toxicology Laboratory – Presumptive and Definitive Testing
We make it easy on Healthcare professionals and patients by accepting all insurances. We are also able to integrate with your EMR system for quick and easy test ordering and result retrieval.
In The News
Jul 20, 2023
Long COVID or Post-COVID Conditions
Some people who have been infected with the virus that causes COVID-19 can experience long-term effects from their infection, known as Long COVID or Post-COVID Conditions (PCC). Long COVID is broadly defined as signs, symptoms, and conditions that continue or develop after acute COVID-19 infection. This definition of Long COVID was developed by the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) in collaboration with CDC and other partners.
People call Long COVID by many names, including Post-COVID Conditions, long-haul COVID, post-acute COVID-19, long-term effects of COVID, and chronic COVID. The term post-acute sequelae of SARS CoV-2 infection (PASC) is also used to refer to a subset of Long COVID.
Apr 13, 2023
Study shows vitamin D may have key role in fighting off COVID-19 pneumonia
Clinical data increasingly has shown that patients with low vitamin D levels have a greater chance of COVID-19 infection—and severe disease and death. Now, research led by scientists from Lankenau Institute for Medical Research (LIMR), part of Main Line Health, points to an explanation for the link and provides evidence that higher vitamin D intake can help fight off the disease.