The service includes:
Biochemistry analyses samples to diagnose disease, identify suitable treatments and monitor treatment efficacy through continuous blood analysis.
Blood Transfusion covers the investigations required to ensure compatibility with donor blood products when required for transfusion.
Blood Grouping and Irregular Antibody identification, and screening and crossmatching of donor blood with the patient’s blood samples.
Haemovigilance Services monitor the entire blood transfusion chain to ensure patient safety in compliance with EU legislation.
Haematology deals with disorders of the blood, blood cells and the bone marrow.
These may include anaemia, sickle cell anaemia, haemophilia and clotting disorders. An oral anticoagulant monitoring service is also provided.
Microbiology investigates infection and infectious diseases caused by pathogens. These pathogens could be bacteria, viruses, fungi or parasites.
Pathology provides advisory and consultancy services to the Hospital, external clinics and inputs to National forums. They also provide laboratory services for the National Bone Bank, which is located on-site at the Hospital.