Need lab work? Get your lab test requisitions from our online doctors in minutes.
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Lab requisitions currently available in all provinces.
Getting lab work orders on Maple is easy.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Can I request my own blood work?
All blood test requests in Canada must be made through a licensed doctor. Our online doctors can request blood work on your behalf at their discretion, based on what they decide is medically appropriate. Please note that we’re not able to guarantee that the doctor will order any specific tests.
What lab tests can be ordered online?
Our doctors can order diagnostic imaging, such as ultrasounds and x-rays, and tests for everything from iron levels to sexual health labs to confirm diagnosis.
How do online lab test requisitions work?
During your visit, your doctor will determine if you need further testing and will give you a requisition form for the tests. You can then print the form and take it to any lab that’s convenient for you.
The results will be sent to your Maple account and you can either download them and take them to your own doctor, or request another online visit for a Maple doctor to review the results with you.
How long does it take to get blood test results?
The time to receive test results can vary from a couple of days to a couple of weeks. You can ask the lab for specific timing of your specific lab tests.
Can Maple doctors help me analyze my lab results?
Absolutely! Once your results are in, simply request a visit and you’ll be matched with a doctor who can review the results with you and help with any next steps.
Do I have to pay extra for lab tests?
Lab test requisitions are included in the price of your online doctor visit. Visits start at $49. When you take your test requisition to a lab, most lab tests are covered by your provincial health coverage.
Meet some of our doctors.
Our physicians are Canadian licensed and practice family or emergency medicine right here in Canada.
Dr. Michael Verbora
Dr. Verbora practices family medicine in Toronto, and specializes in student health. He received his Bachelor of Science with Honours from the University of Windsor, his Masters of Business Administration from Odette School of Business, and his Doctor of Medicine from the University of Western Ontario. Dr. Verbora completed specialty training at the Toronto Western Hospital, while acting as the OCFP (Ontario College of Family Physicians) Chair of the Residents Committee.
Dr. Gita Kruger
Dr. Gita Kruger is a practicing family medicine and urgent care physician in Calgary, Alberta. Her pre-medical education includes Masters of Science (MSc) degrees in both Audiology and Speech Pathology from Syracuse University. She then completed her Doctor of Medicine at McMaster University and completed her residency training at the University of Calgary. Dr. Kruger has a strong interest in the Canadian health care system with respect to the Canada Health Act, access to care and wait times. She looks forward to providing quality and timely care to patients in Alberta and all over Canada.
Dr. Garth Slysz
Dr. Slysz has practiced as a family physician in Charlottetown in PEI for 26 years. Throughout that time he has cared for his patients in the Queen Elizabeth Hospital. He has taught family medicine residents and medical students and he has worked in the ER and as a hospitalist. He is a graduate of Mt. Allison University and Dalhousie Medical School. In 2016 he received the College of Family Physicians of Canada Reg L. Perkin Award for Canada’s 2016 Family Physicians of the Year.
Dr. Aleksandra Ferenc
Dr. Ferenc is a practicing family physician in Mississauga, who speaks both English and Polish. She received her Bachelor of Science from Queen’s University and her Doctor of Medicine from Jagiellonian University Medical College in Cracow, Poland. She completed her residency at East Carolina University in North Carolina in the United States. Dr. Ferenc also trained in the UK and believes that Canadians should have access to the best quality patient care seen in other countries around the world. Having two young children of her own helps Dr. Ferenc relate to her paediatric patients and their parents, and she is passionate about how nutrition affects health in patients of all ages.
Dr. Eric Fonberg
Dr. Fonberg is a family and emergency physician with more than 30 years of experience practicing primary care and hospital based medicine. He received his Doctor of Medicine from Western University, and his Master of Public Health from Harvard University. Throughout his career, Dr. Fonberg has practiced medicine in a variety of settings in urban and rural communities in Ontario and Canada’s Arctic, and has been Chief of Emergency Medicine and Chief of Staff at numerous hospitals in Toronto. He is a lecturer at the University of Toronto Faculty of Medicine.
Dr. Mark D’Souza
Dr. D’Souza is a practicing emergency room physician in Toronto, with extensive experience in both adult and paediatric medicine. He received his Bachelor of Arts & Science from McMaster University, and his Doctor of Medicine from Queen’s University. He completed his specialty training at the University of Western Ontario and his fellowship at the University of Manitoba. Dr. D’Souza has experience as well in palliative care and chronic pain.
Dr. Shafik Dharamshi
Dr. Dharamshi has been a staff physician in the emergency departments of the Scarborough Hospital and Rouge Valley Health System for the past 27 years. He obtained his Bachelor of Science degree from McMaster University, and his Doctor of Medicine from the University of Toronto. He obtained specialty training in Emergency Medicine and Sports and Rehabilitation Medicine, and is a clinical instructor and lecturer at the University of Toronto Faculty of Medicine. Dr. Dharamshi enjoys the challenges of taking care of patients with a wide variety of clinical problems, and is a strong advocate for excellent and timely healthcare.
Dr. Marni Brooks
Dr. Brooks is a practicing family physician in Ontario. She received her Bachelor of Science degree at McGill University where she wrote her thesis in the area of paediatric pain. Dr. Brooks completed both a Master of Social Work degree and a Doctor of Medicine degree at the University of Toronto. She completed specialty training at the University of Toronto. She is also an active member at the Ontario Medical Association, serving on the Executive for the Section on Addiction Medicine.
Dr. Bharat Bahl
Dr. Bahl is a practicing emergency physician in the city of Toronto. He completed his Doctor of Medicine and Family Medicine training from the University of Toronto. He then obtained his speciality training in Emergency Medicine from the University of Ottawa. During his training Dr. Bahl won awards for both teaching and research. His current passions include providing high quality patient care, teaching the next generation of physicians and improving the quality of care provided in Emergency Departments.