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Watch our new pathology videos!
South West London Pathology have teamed up with the Royal College of Pathologists to create a series of videos for patients, students and the general public.More
New Molecular technology speeds up diagnoses
The microbiology laboratory, has recently introduced molecular technology to diagnose pathogens in stool specimens.More
Watch our video – find out more about our services
Our new corporate video is now available to view!More
Award winning Point of Care Testing for Flu
Point of Care Test (POCT) for flu was introduced over the Christmas period at Kingston Hospital and St George’s Hospital and has proved to be incredibly successful.More
SWLP member of staff wins RJ Lavington prize from IBMS
Congratulations to Alena Charnetski for gaining the highest mark in the Higher Specialist Diploma in Cytopathology and for winning the RJ Lavington prize!More
Christmas Jumper Day 2017!
On Friday 15 December SWLP staff got into the festive spirit and took part in Christmas Jumper Day in aid of the charity Save The Children. This year we smashed our target and raised £200!More
Guided laboratory tours
In addition to the information stands at St George’s for National Pathology Week 2017 there were also guided laboratory tours.More
National Pathology Week 2017
During National Pathology Week in November there were information stands at St George’s Hospital, showcasing the work of our lab. Staff, students and visitors had the opportunity to talk to our scientists and lab staff about their work and to dispel some of the common myths about working in pathology.More
New interim Managing Director for SWLP
Simon Brewer has been appointed as interim Managing Director for South West London Pathology.More
New Clinical Director appointed for SWLP
Dr Tim Planche has been appointed SWLP’s new Medical Director. Tim was previously SWLP’s Clinical Lead for Microbiology.More