QML Pathology (Onsite)

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Phone: 5491 9522

 

When determining the treatment for your illness, your doctor will often require information regarding changes in your body tissue, blood or other body fluids to diagnose and provide you with the best medical care. The process of examining these specimens is called pathology.

QML Pathology, one of northern New South Wales and Queensland’s largest private pathology providers, has been providing communities with fast and accurate pathology testing for over 90 years.

What type of Pathology testing does QML Pathology perform?

We are one of Australia’s leading specialist medical laboratory and pathology providers providing a full range of diagnostic testing and information services.

Our medical laboratory testing services include:

blood tests such as cholesterol
body fluid testing
tissue pathology such as skin cancer analysis
cytology such as Pap smears
health screening and monitoring tests
drug screening and testing
gene-based testing (genetic testing)

QML Pathology performs medical tests and analysis that aid your doctor in the diagnosis or detection of diseases, and measure the progress or recovery from a disease. We have specialised expertise in diabetic testing, cancer, cardiovascular diseases, infectious diseases, drugs of abuse screening and molecular tests.

What is Pathology

Pathology is the medical specialty concerned with the study of the nature and causes of diseases. It underpins every aspect of medicine, from diagnostic testing and monitoring of chronic diseases to cutting-edge genetic technologies. Pathology testing of patient samples is integral to the diagnosis of every cancer and is central to over 70% of all decisions made in health care.

Pathologists are specialist medical practitioners who study the cause of disease and the ways in which diseases affect our bodies by examining changes in tissue, blood and other body fluids. The doctors you see in a surgery or at a clinic all depend on the knowledge, diagnostic skills and advice of pathologists. Pathologists, scientists, blood collectors and support staff work as part of a medical laboratory team. They work together to collect your specimen, transport your specimen to the medical laboratory, perform testing and interpretation, and report back the medical findings and test results to your doctor to assist with your medical care.

 

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