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We provide services in communities, hospitals and critical care settings. The information we hold enables greater continuity of care and strong partnerships with clinicians so patients get the care they need when and where they need it.
Our pathologists (many of whom are dual trained as physicians) work in hospital laboratories and are part of a patient’s treatment team. Their timely interpretation and advice are critical to quality care.
Our forensic pathologists and grief counsellors provide the answers and care families need when faced with the unexpected or unexplained death of a loved one.
We are providing services in communities hospitals and critical care settings. The diagnostic information we obtain is shared with clinicians, informing and enhancing patient treatment care. That information enables deeper partnerships with clinicians so patients get the best care possible no matter where they live. The majority of our pathologists work in hospital laboratories and are dual trained as physicians, which means they’re part of a patient’s treatment team and can provide timely interpretation and advice when needed.
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