The turn around times (TAT) for most assays are included in the assay entry in Test Guide. If it is not, please contact the department providing the assay. If a quicker TAT than is stated is required, the attending clinician will need to contact a pathologist in the department providing the assay.
LabPlus is the Auckland City Hospital medical diagnostic laboratory. We offer a comprehensive pathology service for Auckland City Hospital, National Women's Hospital, Starship Childrens Hospital, and the Greenlane Clinical Centre.
We are the tertiary referral laboratory for most of the North Island of New Zealand and have strong links with the University of Auckland Medical School.
LabPlus is accredited by IANZ (International Accreditation New Zealand). We are New Zealand's premier medical diagnostic laboratory.
Should you have any issues with the functioning of this Test Guide, please contact John Scott firstname.lastname@example.org
Any queries as to the content should be directed to the individual departments, most easily contacted through Lablink.
Lablink contact details
Chemical Pathology Homepage
Microbiology includes the following services:
We are also the New Zealand reference centre for Anaerobes and Mycology, and one of the New Zealand reference centres for Mycobacterium.
For further information, please visit:
Anaerobic laboratory homepage
Tuberculosis laboratory homepage
Virology and Immunology
International Sendaway tests
National Sendaway tests
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