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Clinical Specialties

Everything You Need for Better Results

Our laboratories are led by highly skilled and dedicated Pathologists from Valley Pathologists, Inc. With a menu of over 2,000 available tests, we can complete all your laboratory testing needs.  From routine blood screens to complex cancer diagnostics and beyond, our team of pathologists, laboratory scientists, and technicians, use the most advanced tools and clinical experience and expertise to produce reliable results time after time. Over 98% of testing is performed locally in our CAP and CLIA certified laboratories which provides quick turn around on results to allow you to better serve your patients. Because our success is dependent on the quality of the results we deliver, we treat every test as an opportunity to earn your trust.

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Anatomic Pathology

Surgical Pathology: Histology with routine and special stains, immunohistochemistry with over 150 antibodies and in-situ hybridization testing including PDL1, MLH, MSH, PMS and Her 2 neu.  Pathologist interpretation of special studies is available by consultation.

Cytopathology: Gyn Cytology by ThinPrep Imaging System®, Expanded PAP testing options: HPV 16/18/45, GC, CT and Trich. Non-Gyn Cytology.

Molecular Oncology

Next Generation Sequencing, EGFR, KRAS, NRAS by PCR, Laser Capture Microdissection


Hematology: CBC, body fluid count and differential, crystal identification, bone marrow evaluation.

Flow Cytometry: Acute and chronic leukemia, lymphoma, and PNH, with extensive pathology interpretation; Helper Suppressor ratio, T&B for immunity, CD3 quantification for transplant rejection, stem cell enumeration (CD34) for bone marrow transplant.


Blood typing, Prenatal and pretransfusion workups, antibody identification, and titration.


Routine coagulation testing plus extensive special coagulation studies including factor assays, heparin-induced platelet antibodies, Lupus anticoagulant, Protein C, Protein S, ATIII, platelet aggregation, von Willebrand’s activity and antigen, ADAMTS-13, phospholipid antibodies, circulating anticoagulant.


Routine chemistry panels, in addition to Vitamin D, thyroid and reproductive hormones, and tumor markers. Advanced chemistry methodologies for hemoglobin and protein (serum/urine) electrophoresis.


Drug testing by screening and confirmatory methodologies for monitoring of both prescribed and illicit drugs. Immunosuppressant testing by LC/MS.

Infectious Disease

Microbiology: Bacteriology, mycology, mycobacteriology, parasitology; routine and specialized susceptibility testing.

Virology: Respiratory virus isolation

Molecular Diagnostics

CMV, HIV and Hepatitis C viral loads, PCR for viral and bacterial infectious disease targets, including viruses of concern for transplantation.

Mutation Testing: Cystic fibrosis, Factor V Leiden, Prothrombin Gene Mutation, JAK2


Allergy testing, autoimmune testing, hepatitis markers, celiac disease panel, Interferon-Gamma Release assays (QuantiFERON®-TB Gold, T-Spot), fungal serology, viral serology, immune cell function, occult blood.

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