The University Health Network's Laboratory Medicine Program impacts nearly every patient that goes through Toronto General, Toronto Western, Toronto Rehab, and Princess Margaret Hospitals. Our clinical laboratory services provide physicians with the necessary information to effectively diagnose and treat patients, ultimately saving lives.
We are the largest hospital diagnostic lab in Canada and one of the largest academic labs in the world. We've approached pathology and clinical testing with an early adopter attitude, taking advantage of technological advancements and progressing with changes in global healthcare.
Complementing our facilities is over 525 committed staff, who provide the highest quality of services, making our program a continued success. We are always looking to expand, improve, and collaborate, and our four internal departments work together in achieving shared goals.
Our Mission is to advance laboratory science through research, education and exemplary service.
Our Vision is to be global leaders in laboratory medicine.
Our laboratory medicine team totals more than 525 members, including our medical and scientific staff, Medical Laboratory Technologists, Technicians, phlebotomists, Pathologist Assistants and more.
We also offer a wide range of services for health care professionals, including ad hoc reference testing, consultation services and service contracts. Our services are supported by the largest diagnostic lab in Canada, a leading-edge laboratory information system and a 24/7 call centre.
Learn more about health care professionals in the Laboratory Medicine Program.
As one of the largest academic laboratories in the world, we contribute many hours of teaching to University of Toronto undergraduate, graduate and fellowships, as well as to medical laboratory students at the Michener Institute for Applied Health Sciences and University of Ontario Institute of Technology.
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All members of our team are involved with research projects, the development of new laboratory medicine tests and services and translating research into clinical practice.
Learn more about research and innovation in the Laboratory Medicine Program.
Our Lab Reference Guide provides health care professionals with information about the more than 450 tests that we conduct.
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