Based on your familiarity with those two labs, I assume you're aware of this site, but there's a phone number to call if you want a test not on their list.
(I used their service for my 12 week EOT)
diagnosed in 2006
Treatment started 8/12/16, Ledipasvir/ Sofosbuvir (Harvoni) supplied by Monkmed
8/1/16 ALT 36 AST 40
1/4/17 ALT 17 AST 21
7/13/17 ALT 17 AST 25
12/28/17 ALT 22 AST26
2/22/18 ALT 19 AST 25
7/10/18 ALT 26 AST 32
1/8/19 ALT 16 AST 28
7/2/19 ALT 16 AST 26
Hcv Rna, Quantitative Real Time Pcr <15 NOT DETECTED (IU/mL) NOT DETECTED
Cinch in Idaho does it but I can also order through Link2labs. It asks you your location and you can see if they support your locations that you can go to. I travel 2 hrs. to go to Washington to get my tests. Link2labs is online and is the cheapest so far for many other tests but Cinch was the cheapest I found on line to order your genotype. Look at online labs but make sure they are reputable.
I found if I checked with the labs themselves, they were not knowledgeable. All they know is that if they receive a requisition from a site that they draw the blood. That is why you have to go online to order the tests yourself, pay for it onsite and take the requisition with you. I did not have a requisition but ordered mine online and they printed it for me. I am not sure how nice other labs would be. Some are not people oriented.. I would not go to Quest Diagnostics or labCorp or other. Go to websites that use these labs and order your tests. I know it sounds confusing but I learned this after a lot of searching and feeling confident that these online labs that you pay for really do work. I have used Link2labs, RequestATest and Cinch. You can check these websites and see which ones are cheapest.
Don't forget that Dr. James Freeman or Dr. Devsam can order these tests for you, and also prescribe the HCV medication. Their website is www.GP2U.com. Listen to the advice from Dr. James Freeman. He is the leading expert in the world on generic Hepatitis C treatment. This is the man who will lead you to a cure.
I believe they have link2labs locations in your area. They do here in Idaho. Go to link2labs and you will put in your location. It will show all places that you can go in Oregon. The one nearest me was not that far away to drive. You order and pay online and just show up at the office. Link2labs is really easy. If you have questions just call them. You do not need a doctor to order them unless you need advice and help. Dr. Freeman is very easy to talk to and very knowledgeable. Either way you can get it.