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Our people

Here at SWLP, we have staff working in a wide variety of roles across our four disciplines of Cellular Pathology, Clinical Blood Sciences, Immunology Protein Reference Unit and Microbiology, and our four sites. This includes our clinical and scientific staff, as well as our corporate and support staff.

Read about a day in life of staff from across SWLP.


Natasha Steele – Specialist Biomedical Scientist

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Madeline Stone – Clinical Scientist

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Elizabeth Olagbaju – HR Advisor

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Haval Ozgun – Point of Care Testing Manager

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Vandhanaa Ganeswaran – Advanced Biomedical Support Worker

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Latest news

February 7, 2024

Pathology Service Update: Results for renin, aldosterone, androstenedione, 17-hydroxyprogesterone, DHEAS and testosterone confirmation now going out at usual

The delay in reporting results for renin, aldosterone, androstenedione, 17-hydroxyprogesterone, DHEAS and testosterone confirmation reported in January has been resolved and results are now going out as usual.

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January 29, 2024

Salmonella detection to be by PCR only from 1 February 2024

From 1 February 2024, Salmonella detection in faeces will be by PCR only and culture will no longer be routinely performed.

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January 19, 2024

Have your say: South West London Pathology (SWLP) User Satisfaction Survey

An important element of the pathology quality improvement process is identifying the needs and requirements of those using our services. One way of assessing this is by asking you to complete a short survey.

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October 11, 2023

Launch of Acute Kidney Injury (AKI) Alerts for primary care

In line with the national think kidneys acute kidney injury programme, led by NHS England, the Acute Kidney Injury (AKI) alert system is being rolled out to cover patients in the community.

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