Ranges of treatments or activities performed laboratory department:
A laboratory department can provide a wide range of treatments or activities to its patients. In many cases, the department will be able to work with the patient’s doctor to come up with a treatment plan that meets the patient’s needs. The department may also offer a variety of activities that can help the patient improve their health.
Department of laboratory medicine services include: chemistry, hematology, hemeostasis (coagulation), transfusion (blood bank), special chemistry, serology, clinical microscopy (urine and stool analyses) and microbiology.
The anatomic pathology division provides services that include: anatomic pathology, cytology and immunohistochemistry. In addition, the main lab serving MICU, SICU and outpatient dialysis patients.
Department of laboratory medicine provides a wide range of clinical and anatomic pathology services, which are necessary to carry out tests and procedures for diagnostic use in patient care. Routine and emergency services are also provided for in-patients and out patients.
In addition, specimens for more complex tests are collected, processed and forwarded to referral laboratories for performance of the tests. All laboratory testing with department of laboratory medicine is used in the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of disease inpatients and outpatients. They must be provided in compliance with the procedures outlined in this policy.