The Biochemical Sciences department consists of five specialist laboratories led by scientific experts in their field each with a clear vision for the provision of a quality laboratory service.
Overseen by our highly skilled experts, our extensive Blood Sciences Department operates a vast test repertoire across all our sites.
A specialist diagnostics service is a key component of cancer management; it is essential for diagnosis, risk stratification and minimal residual disease monitoring.
The Cellular Pathology Department comprises of Histology, Cytology, Oral Pathology and Andrology laboratories across our four hospital sites.
We have Central Specimen Receptions across our four sites. These CSRs are at the forefront of our pathology service, processing hundreds of thousands of patient samples each month.
The department provides a comprehensive service in support of renal and pancreas transplantation across the South East.
Our Diagnostic Immunology and Allergy service at Kings’ College Hospital, is one of the most experienced diagnostic immunology services in London.
With our laboratories forming part of the regional Genetics Centre, we are deeply rooted in a collaborative, expert network of regional, national and international genetics services.
Our Haematological Malignancy Diagnostic Centre provides Immunophenotyping, Cytogenetic and, in conjunction with a non-Viapath partner laboratory, Molecular Diagnostic services to haematologists across Southeast England.
The Haemostasis and Thrombosis Department provides a comprehensive range of laboratory tests covering routine and specialist haemostasis and thrombosis, molecular haemostasis and nutristasis.
Our fully integrated consultant-led service offers testing for prevention, diagnosis and treatment of infections.
The Molecular Pathology Department at Kings’ College Hospital is an established service run by leaders in their field.
Our blood test department operates across our London hospital sites, via community based services and a specialist paediatric service at the Evelina Children's hospital.
Our established and expert Department of Reference Biochemistry provides a full range of routine and specialist testing.
Our Specialist Haematology Department encompasses the Red Cell, Molecular Haemoglobinopathy and Flow Cytometry/ Immunophenotyping Laboratories across our London sites.
St John's Institute began life in 1863 as a hospital and a postgraduate teaching institute and is now a world leading centre for patients with skin disease.
Our Toxicology Department encompasses drugs of abuse, trace elements and therapeutic drug monitoring testing services.