Confirm your immunity to measles, mumps, and rubella with a simple blood test. Individuals that have received the MMR vaccine can confirm and prove immunity to these diseases with our immunity screening. Best of all, no doctor’s order or insurance is required to order your test. Get your test results in just a few business days and share your results with the school, employer, or entity requesting your proof of immunity.

Order Your Own Measles/Mumps/Rubella Immunity Screen* for $88

Order & Pay for your tests in 3 easy steps.

  • 1 Select Tests
  • 2 Preferences & Authorization
  • 3 Payment & Schedule

*Available under Immunity Testing category on test menu page

Our Measles/Mumps/Rubella Immunity Screen, also commonly referred to as an MMR titer, test is available through our My Lab ReQuest service. My Lab ReQuest allows you to take charge of your health and order you own lab tests without an order from your doctor. Place your order, pay for your test, and access your test results directly from our website. Visit any of our 70 locations across Arizona to complete your test.

Why order your own Measles/Mumps/Rubella Immunity Screen* (MMR Titer) with My Lab ReQuest?

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Since the passage of the law in 2015 that allows for consumers in Arizona to order their own lab tests, thousands of patients have used our My Lab ReQuest service to take charge of their health and make more informed healthcare decisions. Our Measles/Mumps/Rubella Immunity Screen* is just one of three immunity tests that we offer to help you check and assess your health.

Patients choose Sonora Quest Laboratories to meet their lab testing needs for a wide range of reasons, including:

Award-Winning Quality

As the nation's largest integrated laboratory system, Sonora Quest Laboratories delivers award-winning quality services every day to more than 22,000 patients across Arizona. We are the #1 Bioscience Company in Arizona, according to Ranking Arizona, and we are also the only healthcare company to ever win the Arizona Governor's Award for Quality. Most importantly, we are accredited by the College of American Pathologists (CAP), the organization whose accreditation ensures the highest standard of care for laboratory patients.

Convenient Locations

Schedule an appointment or walk in to any of our 70 Patient Service Centers located across Arizona! We have over 45 locations in Metro Phoenix, 14 locations in Tucson and Southern Arizona, and various other locations across Northern and Western Arizona. Moreover, several of our locations are conveniently located inside of Safeway markets so that you can plan your screening around your trip to your neighborhood grocery store.

Learn More about Measles, Mumps, and Rubella

What are measles, mumps, and rubella?

Measles is a disease caused by the rubeola virus. It is most commonly associated with a rash that spreads across the body of those that are infected. Measles can have severe consequences for people, particulary young children, that are infected. Measles was declared eliminated from the United States in 2000, but several measles outbreaks have occurred across the country since that time. To protect against the disease, the CDC recommends that all individuals receive the MMR vaccine.

Mumps is a disease caused by the paramyxovirus virus. It is most commonly associated with pain, tenderness, and swelling in the salivary glands. Most cases of mumps results in mild or no symptoms, but some cases can be more severe. The number of mumps cases have fallen significantly since the introduction of the MMR vaccine.

Rubella is a disease caused by the rubella virus. Many people infected with rubella will not experience any symptoms, but when symptoms are present, the most common symptom is a red rash that spreads across the body. Rubella was previously a common disease in the United States. However, it is has now been considered to be eliminated due to the MMR vaccine.

Who is at risk for measles, mumps, and rubella?

The introduction of the MMR vaccine has helped nearly eliminate measles, mumps, and rubella in the United States. However, these diseases are still present in other countries and travelers to these countries may be exposed to these diseases. Visitors to the United States from other countries may also spread these diseases to others. Of all groups, young children under the age of five and pregnant women whom have not been vaccinated are at greatest risk for contracting these diseases.

What are the symptoms of measles, mumps, and rubella?

According, to the CDC, the most common measles symptoms are:

  • High fever

  • Cough

  • Runny nose

  • Red, watery eyes

  • White spots inside the mouth

  • Measles rash (appears 3-5 days after infection)

Measles symptoms tend to appear 7 to 14 days after a person has become infected.

Symptoms for mumps generally appear 16-18 days after infection, but can fall anywhere from 12-25 after infection. Symptoms for mumps are:

  • Puffy cheeks

  • Swollen jaw

  • Fever

  • Headache

  • Muscle aches

  • Tiredness

  • Loss of appetite

Many people with rubella will not experience any symptoms. However, when symptoms are present, the most common symptoms are:

  • Red rash the covers the body

  • Fever

  • Headache

  • Mild pink eye

  • General discomfort

  • Swollen and enlarged lymph nodes

  • Cough

  • Runny Nose

The MMR vaccine

The MMR vaccine for measles, mumps, and rubella was first licensed and made available for use in the United States in 1971. Previously, separate vaccines for the individual diseases had been licensed and made available to the public.

Currently, the CDC recommends that children receive two doses of the MMR vaccine. The first dose between 12-15 months of age and the second dose between 4-6 years of age. Adults that have not been vaccinated should receive at least one dose of the vaccine.

After receiving the vaccine, a person can still become infected with measles, mumps, or rubella. However, the symptoms and severity of the disease are typically much milder in people that have been vaccinated.

For information on obtaining immunizations in Arizona, please visit the Arizona Department of Health Services website.

What is a measles/mumps/rubella immunity screen?

A measles/mumps/rubella immunity screen is a test that checks for immunity due to prior illness or vaccination. The test does not diagnose measles, mumps, or rubella.

Why get tested for measles/mumps/rubella immunity?

Schools, workplaces, or other entities may require proof of immunity to measles/mumps, and rubella within their requirements. Additionally, if you are unsure if you have previously been vaccinated for, or been infected, by measles, mumps, or rubella, a screening will allow you to confirm your status.

*It is solely your responsibility to promptly discuss all laboratory test results with a physician. Neither Sonora Quest Laboratories nor its Medical Director will provide interpretation, counseling, consulting, or care recommendations on the basis of any laboratory results provided to you. 

Order Your Own Measles/Mumps/Rubella Immunity Screen*

Order a Hepatitis B Immune Status screening for $88 & pay for your test in 3 easy steps. 

  • 1 Select Tests
  • 2 Preferences & Authorization
  • 3 Payment & Schedule

*Available under Immunity Testing category on test menu page

Additional Immunity Screenings

Chicken Pox Immunity Screen

Please note that this test is not intended for the diagnosis of Chicken Pox, but ONLY to check for immunity due to prior illness or vaccination.


Hepatitis B Immune Status

Please note that this test is not intended for the diagnosis of Hepatitis B, but ONLY to check for immunity due to prior illness or vaccination.


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