Pathology and Microbiology

Pathology and Microbiology

The Laboratory Department is situated within the Hospital at 2nd basement. Equipped by professionally trained personnel and modern instrumentation, our laboratory offers a comprehensive range of laboratory tests for diagnosis, management and prevention of a wide variety of diseases.

The services provided by our laboratory include routine and specialist tests in:

  • Anatomic pathology, including both the cytology and histology

  • Biochemistry

  • Blood transfusion

  • Clinical microbiology

  • Haematology

Once a test has been performed in the laboratory and the completed result validated, a hard-copy result will be sent to the requesting site.

Anatomic Pathology

We provide a comprehensive service in histopathology and general cytology to hospital patients as well as those externally referred in specimens from other private hospitals and private practices. The special tests we offer include frozen sections, Fine Needle Aspiration, Immunofluorescence, special stains and Immunohistochemistry.


Chemical pathology is the branch of pathology that deals with the analysis and interpretation of biochemical tests for diagnosis and management. It is also known as clinical chemistry, clinical biochemistry or medical biochemistry.

Common biochemistry testing includes lipids, enzymes, metabolites which includes serum glucose, urea, endocrine hormones, therapeutic drugs, etc.

Blood Transfusion

The blood transfusion service we offer includes blood grouping, antibody screening as well as cross-matching.


Along with Biochemistry, this laboratory provides a major input to our vital 24-hour service with blood counts, coagulation results, peripheral blood smears and bone marrow morphology. We work closely in cognizance of clinical history and diagnosis provided.

Clinical Microbiology

The scope of microbiology testing includes bacterial and fungal culture and identification as well as antibiotic susceptibility testing.


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