Your pathology collection
Douglass Hanly Moir Pathology provides quality, accurate and reliable pathology collection services.
We strive to ensure that your doctor receives your results in the shortest possible time, in order to facilitate the best possible patient care. Your wellbeing is our priority.
The role of pathology
Pathology is the branch of medicine that involves studying and diagnosing diseases. By looking at changes in tissue, blood and other body fluids, it is possible to find the causes of disease, show a condition’s severity and monitor the progress of treatments. More than 70 per cent of all medical diagnoses are made in a pathology laboratory. Every single case of cancer in Australia is diagnosed by a pathologist. Chronic diseases such as diabetes, high cholesterol and kidney or liver disease, are firstly diagnosed, then managed, using pathology investigations and virtually all preventive health programs rely on pathology tests.
Results are interpreted by our specialist pathologists. For more details about our fields of expertise, please click here.
Patient services staff
With a team of more than1,000 professional collectors who hold a minimum Certificate III in Pathology Collection, our experienced and caring staff are committed to providing a personal pathology service to ensure your specimen collection is efficient and accurate.
Every test belongs to a person who is waiting for their results and is hoping for a certain outcome. We understand that some patients come to us with concerns and expectations and that is why quality and excellence in service matters. When it comes to taking blood and other pathology specimens, everyone is an individual. Your wellbeing is important to us and we know that getting the right sample the first time will give you peace of mind.
If you have queries on any aspect of testing, please feel free to contact our laboratory, or discuss your concerns with your collector at the time of collection.
Collection centre locations
Douglass Hanly Moir Pathology has more than 500 collection centres throughout metropolitan Sydney, regional New South Wales and North West Victoria.
To find your nearest location, please click here. Occasionally, locations may change and new branches may open. For the most up-to-date information and details of all collection centres, please click here.
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