Pathology is the medical specialty concerned with the study of the nature and causes of disease. It’s a critical part of every aspect of medicine— from diagnostic testing and monitoring of chronic diseases to cutting-edge genetic research and blood transfusion technologies.
Pathologists are physicians who have received advanced training and specialization that enables them to make diagnoses of various illnesses by studying blood, fluid and tissue samples. Pathologists diagnose every detected cancer in the world.
The board certified pathologists at UHS Wilson Medical Center provide clinical and anatomical pathology services for all four UHS hospitals. They interpret thousands of biopsies each year and perform a variety of other procedures to provide surgeons and other medical specialists with crucial information necessary for diagnoses.
Clinical and Anatomical Pathology Services
Our superb pathology team includes pathologists, licensed medical technologists, medical laboratory technicians, histotechnologists and cytotechnologists. They work with your physician or surgeon to help make accurate diagnoses, so you can get the treatment you need.
- Point of care services for outpatients or inpatients
- Surgical pathology
- Flow cytometry
- Autopsy pathology
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