DNA Paternity Testing

ExamOne Wichta/ Intex has been providing DNA Paternity testing services for over 10 years in the Wichita area as well as other parts of Kansas. All specimen testing is done by an approved laboratory that is accredited by the American Association of Blood Banks (AABB), The United States Department of Health and Human Services (CLIA), and the New York State Department of Health.

All specimens are shipped by overnight courier to the laboratory and test results are available in as little as 48 hours from the time they are received at the lab. All test results are kept confidential.

Frequently Asked Questions


How are samples collected?

Cheek swab samples are most often collected from the test participants by gently rubbing a cotton swab on the inside of the mouth. Samples can also be obtained with as little as 5 to 10 drops of blood from a finger prick.


Where are samples collected?

Sample collections are usually done in our office in Wichita. If needed we can usually arrange for a mobile collection but there is an additional charge for mobile collections.


Who needs to be tested?

In most paternity cases, a sample is collected from the mother, child, and alleged father. Single parent-child identifications are also performed. In cases where the mother is not tested, the child's custodian must authorize testing if the alleged father does not have custody of the tested child. A father's name on a Birth Certificate or a child's last name does not automatically give custody to the father.

For other types of DNA testing such as grandparentage testing, Sibling testing, genetic family reconstructions please call our office at 316-832-0985 or email us at info@ExamOneWichita.com.


Age requirements?

DNA Parentage Testing may be performed at any age. The accuracy of the test is not affected by the age of the child or the fetus tested.


What do clients need to bring with them?

Strict Chain-of-custody procedures will be followed and polaroid photographs will be taken of all persons at the time of sample collection.

Adults present for sample collection need to bring:
1. Picture ID (i.e. driver's license).
2. Payment for the collection of samples.

Children present for sample collection need:
1. Birth certificate, Social Security Card (if available) or crib card.


Do all samples need to be collected at the same time?

No. Samples may be collected at different times and at different locations. However, we recommend that whenever possible, it is best that samples are collected at the same time.


How do I arrange for testing?

Call our office at 316-832-0985 or 800-705-7853 and we will schedule an appointment.

Same day appointments are usually available.

Please feel free to call or email our office with any questions that are not answered here.





Testing for 1 child, 1 mother, and 1 alleged father (including in office sample collection) $275.00
Additional Child $200.00
Additional Alleged Father $200.00
Mobile Sample Collection or Saturday appointments are available for an additional charge

Credit cards are accepted.

Mention coupon code "WEB15" when scheduling your appointment for a $15.00 discount