Laverty Pathology

Site

Adamstown Laboratory – Healius Pathology Pty Ltd

Accreditation No.

2203

Site No.

2230

Date of Accreditation

07 Oct 1987

Address

Suite 3, 282 Brunker Road
Adamstown, NSW 2289
Australia

laverty.com.au

Contact

Mr P Limbert P: +61 (02) 49234244

Availability

Services available to external clients

Supervision

B (Branch)

Scope of Accreditation

ISO 15189 (2012)

Human Pathology

Medicare expiry date

03 Oct 2024

Last Activity Date

16 Apr 2019

Service Product Determinant
Anatomical pathology - Tissue pathology - Examination of biopsy materialReporting only Formalin fixed tissue; Fresh tissue Review and reporting of biopsy material to identify or exclude morphological abnormalities; Structured reporting
Anatomical pathology - Tissue pathology - Immunohistochemical investigationReporting only Formalin fixed paraffin embedded tissue sections; Fresh tissue; Frozen sections of fresh tissue Detection of antigenic targets - Various
Chemical pathology - Determination of hormones and hormone binding proteins (other than thyroid function tests) Blood; Plasma Follicle stimulating hormone (FSH); Luteinising hormone (LH); Oestradiol; Progesterone
Chemical pathology - Further investigation of cardiac function Blood; Plasma Troponin
Chemical pathology - Further investigation of lipid profiles for diagnosis of types III and IV hyperlipidaemia Blood; Plasma HDL - Quantitation
Chemical pathology - Further investigation of renal and/or hepatic function Blood; Plasma Uric acid
Chemical pathology - Investigation and determination of hepatic, cardiac, bone, skeletal muscle and other profiles and metabolic studies Blood; Plasma Alanine aminotransferase; Albumin; Alkaline phosphatase; Amylase; Aspartate aminotransferase; Bicarbonate; Bilirubin - Total; C-reactive protein (CRP); Calcium - Total; Chloride; Cholesterol - Total; Creatine kinase; Creatinine; Glucose; Lactate dehydrogenase (LDH); Lipase; Magnesium; Phosphate; Potassium; Protein - Total; Sodium; Triglycerides; Urea; γ-Glutamyltransferase
Blood; Plasma; Urine Osmolality
Chemical pathology - Iron studies Blood; Plasma Ferritin; Iron; Transferrin
Haematology - Full blood examination Blood Differential number; Erythrocyte count (red blood cell count, RBCC); Haematocrit (packed cell volume, PCV); Haemoglobin (Hb); Leucocyte count (white blood cell count, WBCC); Platelet count; Red blood cell index or indices; Reticulocytes
Differential number; Morphology
Haematology - Haemostasis related analysis (including special coagulation testing and platelet function tests) Plasma Activated partial thromboplastin time (APTT); D-dimer; Fibrinogen; Fibrinogen degradation products; International normalised ratio (INR); Thrombin time (TT)
Haematology - Limited blood examination Blood Erythrocyte (RBC) sedimentation rate (ESR)
Infertility and pregnancy tests including assisted reproductive technology - Diagnosis of pregnancy Plasma; Urine Detection of human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG)
Infertility and pregnancy tests including assisted reproductive technology - Diagnosis or follow up of threatened abortion and/or diagnosis of ectopic pregnancy Plasma Human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG) - Quantitative total
Infertility and pregnancy tests including assisted reproductive technology - Semen analysis (other than post vasectomy) Semen Motility
Infertility and pregnancy tests including assisted reproductive technology - Semen analysis for post vasectomy and/or examination of cervical mucus Semen Presence of spermatozoa
Microbiology - Bacteriology - Detection of pathogenic bacteria Urine Bacteria; Casts; Crystals; Epithelial cells; Erythrocytes (red blood cells, RBC); Leucocytes (white blood cells, WBC)
pH
Microbiology - Parasitology - Detection of ova, cysts and parasites Blood Malaria
Microbiology - Serology of infection - Microbial antibody and/or antigen detection and/or quantitation Blood; Plasma Infectious mononucleosis

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