Welcome to the Department of Pathology

Pathology Laboratory

The Department offers a comprehensive range of pathology services, which are fully supported by consultant-grade staff. The key service objective is to provide, interpret and report analytical results with appropriate attention to quality, speed and economy, and where necessary, provide advice on any further investigations that are indicated.

The Department of Pathology, Box 232, Addenbrooke's Hospital, Hills Road, Cambridge CB2 0QQ
Tel: See contacts below
Fax: 01223 216 862

All laboratories in the Department offer a comprehensive service, and are committed to the continued development of a service that is sensitive to the needs of its users.

We offer a direct-access service to general practitioners; many practices request our services electronically, and a courier service calls daily at most practices to collect samples and deliver results. Computer-based data links for reporting results are also used in over half of the general practices.

 

The Department of Pathology consists of seven sub departments:

Key contacts:

Dr Trevor Baglin
Divisional Director of Pathology & Consultant Haematologist
Box Number: 234
trevor.baglin@addenbrookes.nhs.uk

 

Julie Smith
Associate Director of Operations
Box Number: 218
Telephone: 01223 596312
julieanne.smith@addenbrookes.nhs.uk

 

Oorvanshi Joshi
Pathology Business Development Manager
Box Number: 232
Telephone: 01223 596423
oorvanshi.joshi@addenbrookes.nhs.uk

 

Katie Goodman
PA to Divisional Director & Associate Director of Operations
Box Number: 232
Telephone: (0)1223 348738 ext.58738
katie.goodman@addenbrookes.nhs.uk

 

Jason Hall
Pathology IT Systems Manager
Box Number: 232
Telephone: (0)1223 274802
jason.hall@addenbrookes.nhs.uk

 

Angus Gidman
Pathology Quality and Governance Manager
Box Number: 232
Telephone: 01223 256249
angus.gidman@addenbrookes.nhs.uk

 

Pathology helpdesk
Mon–Fri: 0800–2000
Tel: 01223 257 148
Please note, we are unable to provide information to patients and
this number is only to be used by healthcare professionals such as GP’s

 

Also on this website:

Bereavement Services

Consent Forms | Consent for post mortem's

 

On other websites:

Cambridge Genetics Knowledge Park

University of Cambridge - Department of Clinical Biochemistry

NHS Retained Organs Commission: Tissue Blocks and Slides - an information note

Labtestsonline - a non-profit website about Pathology tests - written for a general audience

Health Protection Agency website [replaces the Public Health Laboratory Service (PHLS) website]

 

For NHS Staff

Pathology
Addenbrooke's Pathology pages on Connect (NHS Staff only)