Our Services

As a prominent health clinic, we must make sure we regularly expand our range of health care services.

  • Deliver reliable, timely, accurate and cost effective laboratory services and results reporting
  • Develop state-of-the-art infrastructure and operational capabilities to provide superior testing and support services
  • Maintain a culture of continuous improvement in quality, safety, patient and family experience, team development and team well-being
  • Support research discovery through use of novel testing methods and technologies
  • Offer new business opportunities to enhance the value of laboratory services and to better serve community partners

 

The Clinical Chemistry Section performs a wide variety of quantitative analysis of body fluids. It performs blood chemistries including kidney function tests, liver function tests, lipid profile, CK Isoenzymes, and electrolytes.

 

Scientific analysis of non-blood body fluids such as urine, semen and stool.

 

Hematopathology is the subspecialty of pathology involved in the diagnosis of hematologic disorders. Tools available to the hematopathologist include conventional microscopy, flow cytometry immunophenotyping and

 

The Microbiology service provides specialist information and testing of microbial pathogens involved in a patient’s infectious disease process and assists with managing outbreaks of communicable diseases.

 

Ultrasound is safe and painless, and produces pictures of the inside of the body using sound waves. Ultrasound imaging, also called ultrasound scanning or sonography, involves the use of a small transducer (probe) and ultrasound gel placed directly on the skin.

 

Immunology is the study of the body's immune system and its functions and disorders. Serology is the study of blood serum (the clear fluid that separates when blood clots).

 

Surgical pathology is the most significant and time-consuming area of practice for most anatomical pathologists. Surgical pathology involves gross and microscopic examination of surgical specimens, as well as biopsies submitted by surgeons and non-surgeons

 

The Public Service Laboratory chemists analyze each sample differently, depending on where the water came from, how it will be used, and the symptoms of the problem.