Vision | Mission | Values

Mission

 

We provide the benchmark for diagnostic services differentiated to meet the needs of doctors, patients and funders through products which are accessible, user-friendly, reliable and innovative.

 

Vision

 

To be the first choice for diagnostic services in South Africa and extending globally.

 

Values

 

Our professionalism is founded upon our values

  • Our passion is Pathology
  • We are committed to our patients and our people
  • Integrity guides us
  • Excellence is our goal

Alerts

WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION: UPDATES ON THE NOVEL CORONAVIRUS

On this website you can find information and guidance from WHO regarding the current outbreak of novel coronavirus

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INCREASING CASES OF NOVEL CORONAVIRUS (2019-NCOV): UPDATE ON SOUTH AFRICA’S PREPAREDNESS

The National Institute for Communicable Diseases (NICD), a division of the National Health Laboratory Service,

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UPDATE ON NOVEL CORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK IN WUHAN CITY, HUBEI PROVINCE OF CHINA

On 31 December 2019, the World Health Organization (WHO) China country office reported a cluster

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Latest News

AmpathChat #65 - Molecular Pathology of Lung Cancer

Worldwide, primary lung cancer remains the most common malignancy after non-melanocytic skin cancer. The World Health Organization (WHO) estimates lung cancer to be responsible for 1.59 million deaths globally per year, with smoking playing a major contributory role in 70% of cases.

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AmpathChat #64 - The Diagnosis of Vitamin B12 Deficiency Revisited

Vitamin B12 deficiency can lead to devastating disabilities, morbidity and even death if not diagnosed timeously. Prompt diagnosis and treatment of Vitamin B12 deficiency can easily reverse the wide range of debilitating neurological and hematological symptoms associated with Vitamin B12 deficiency.

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AmpathChat #63 - Pharmacogenomics

It is well established that unique patient characteristics exist to guide therapeutic drug decision making. These assist in optimising drug response and minimising adverse drug reactions (ADRs), and include age, weight, diet, co-morbidities, liver and renal function, as well as drug-drug interactions.

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