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Our Lab

Kiowa District Hospital Laboratory is a CLIA certified Hospital Laboratory with state of the art equipment and a wide testing menu.  We are very proud of the KDH lab and its crew as they have run a deficiency free lab for the past 20 years. The Laboratory aids the Physician in the diagnosis and treatment of disease by providing accurate and precise clinical information.  It is our job to ensure the quality of the test results, explain the significance of laboratory tests and evaluate new methods and study the effectiveness of these tests.


Meet Our Team

Laboratory Supervisor-Abby Humphrey MLT(ASCP)-15 years at KDH

Komari Graves-Lead Tech PBT(ASCP)-17 years at KDH

Rylie Girty-PBT(ASCP)-1 year at KDH

Laboratory Director-Dr. Mouna Todorov MD

In-House Test Menu

Electrocardioghraphy (EKG)
Blood Gas
Blood Banking
-Type & Rh
-Antibody Screen


-Complete Blood Count (CBC)


-Comprehensive and Basic Metabolic Panels (CMP & BMP)
-Lipid Panel
-Renal Function Panel
-Liver Function Panel
-Cardiac Enzymes
-Glucose Tolerance Testing
-Hemoglobin A1C
-Prostate Specific Antigen (PSA)
-Thyroid Testing



-DOT random drug urine testing



Serological Testing
-Streptococcus A Antigen      
-Pregnancy Testing
-Infectious Mononucleosis    
-Occult Blood

Specialty testing is collected in-house and sent to AMS reference lab in Wichita, KS.  Pathology samples are collected in-house and sent to Heartland Pathology in Wichita, KS.


  • Our blood is on a 60,000-mile journey per day

  • We give birth to over 200 billion red cells every day

  • Your body contains enough iron to make a spike strong enough to hold your weight.

  • The human gut contains about 1kg (2.2 lbs) of bacteria. In fact, there are more bacteria growing in and on the body than there are human cells.

  • Human kidneys have about 1 million nephrons that filter out liquids and wastes.

  • Nails and corneas are the only two tissues in the body that do not receive oxygen from blood.

  • Platelets, which are one of the constituents of the blood are produced at the rate of one hundred billion per day.

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