For comprehensive pathology with a personal touch, New England turns to University Pathologists. Our practice model is based on multi-specialty pathology, which enables us to bring highly specialized services to community hospitals and private practices. We are the only independent pathology group in the state of Rhode Island that is able to bill directly for our services. Working on-site at 8 hospitals and 2 free-standing practices in Connecticut, Rhode Island and Massachusetts, we’ve established close ties to the healthcare professionals who rely on us. This enables us to provide timely, leading-edge diagnostic services – both routine and highly specialized – along with one-on-one, pre- and post-analytical consultation on complex cases. We’re extremely proud of the close ties we’ve built with the hospitals located in the many communities we serve. University Pathologists strives to provide a personal touch. In fact, each of our pathologists works within their community’s primary healthcare facility, which makes them easier to reach for consultations – either by phone or in person.
Our team of pathologists has been carefully selected for exceptional academic and clinical qualifications. Well-respected in their fields, our professionals are board-certified in anatomic and/or clinical pathology, with subspecialties that cover a broad set of needs: hematopathology, dermatopathology, uropathology, gastrointestinal pathology, cytopathology, breast and gynecologic pathology; oral pathology and surgical pathology.
Joint Commission/ CAP Notice
To report any concerns about patient safety or quality of services provided, contact:
The Joint Commission www.jointcommission.org or 630-792-3007 or
College of American Pathologists www.cap.org 800-323-4040
There will be no disciplinary or punitive action taken because of employee or other individual who provides laboratory services reports regarding safety or quality-of-care concerns to The Joint Commission or CAP.