Nuffield Health has a national, integrated laboratory testing service with a network of fully accredited laboratories around the country. We are integral in supporting and delivering the Nuffield Health vision of healthcare. We are experienced in delivering pathology services to our 31 hospitals through a network of hospital-based hub and spoke laboratories.
With our enhanced specialist investigation laboratory facility in Warwickshire, we provide what we believe is a unique leading-edge service provision model.
Our experience of providing pathology services in support of both routine and increasingly complex surgery delivered via 31 hospitals with c.1400 beds, multiple theatres and HDUs means that continuous improvement is high on the pathology agenda.
We use a Laboratory Information System (Winpath), that provides a full management solution of all requests and reports. The layout of pathology reports can be customised to meet individual requirements. In addition, we now offer Cyberlab; a web-based paperless system of reporting pathology results.
If your GP is referring you for pathology test, ask to be referred to Nuffield Health to get the fast and efficient results you need.
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