Due to delay in processing times of specimens, please allow 24-36 hours from testing day for your account below to be validated to obtain an "access code" as specified below. Specimen results should return 48-72 hours due to high-testing volumes.
Patient Portal Instructions
1. Navigate to www.accureference.com
2. Click Patient Portal (in the top righthand corner)
3. Click View Results
4. Select I do not have an access code
5. Enter your First Name, Last Name and Date of Birth and Phone Number and click Request Access Code
6. Your unique access code will be texted to you
7. Select the Home button
8. Enter your First Name, Last Name, and Date of Birth, access code and select Authenticate
10. Click on result to download a copy of your lab results
If you receive the error “The Information Provided Does Not Match Our Records” please reach out to the lab at 908-474-1004 (option 9) to obtain your access code.
Many of the links below can be found in multiple languages. Muchos de los enlaces siguientes se pueden encontrar en varios idiomas.
Vaccinations & Boosters:
When to Seek Emergency Medical Care: Call 911 to seek emergency medical care immediately if any of the following occur:
Quarantine vs. Isolation:
Unvaccinated Quarantine Guidelines per the CDC if you have been within 6 feet of someone for a cumulative total of 15 minutes or more over a 24-hour period) with someone who has COVID-19:
Long-Term COVID-19 Effects:
If you are interested in receiving your vaccination, please click the link below to find the next available appointment through the NC DHHS link.
If you have tested POSITIVE for COVID-19, the CDC has come out with new guidelines regarding isolation requirements. Please click the link below to access these guidelines.
If you have any additional questions for personal isolation requirements, we recommend you discuss this with your primary care provider or schedule a tele-health visit to discuss.
If you’ve been diagnosed with COVID-19 recently and are at high risk for severe disease because you are unvaccinated or immunocompromised, talk to your doctor about treatment or call:
Below is a link to the CDC's information regarding what makes you at high-risk for severe disease with COVID-19
Nearly all new, severe COVID-19 cases requiring hospitalization with death risk are in people who are not fully vaccinated.
Get a tested, safe and effective vaccine to protect yourself and others against hospitalization and death.
After your isolation period has ended, the CDC recommends the Moderna and Pfizer COVID-19 vaccines as the best choice for most people for preventing infection from COVID-19.
The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services has complied many resources to cover various topics to support you and your families during these challenging times. Please check out the link below to access information that discusses:
Anyone who tests positive for or who has been exposed to COVID-19 needs to isolate to protect others.
If you need help with food to safely isolate or quarantine or if you are at high-risk for severe illness due to COVID-19 as defined by the CDC and are sheltering-in-place. Please check out the link below to find a community health worker in your area.
If you are currently registered as a patient with us or received a clinician visit at our testing site, you can also schedule a tele-health visit with our clinicians to discuss a personalized treatment plan for COVID-19.
If you are a current patient, please give us a call at 919-646-4858 or click the link below to request a visit via email. We will respond within 1 business day to schedule this visit. If this is a medical emergency, please call 911.