What will happen to my specimen?

Pathology is a medical specialty that focuses on determining the cause and nature of diseases.

Throughout childhood, adulthood and old age, pathology continues to help prevent, diagnose and treat infections, allergies, chronic diseases, cancer and countless other medical conditions. Pathology laboratories examine and test body tissues (e.g. biopsies, pap smears) and fluids (e.g. blood, urine) which help doctors diagnose and treat patients correctly.



of cancer is diagnosed by Pathologists and Scientists looking down microscopes


of medical treatments, diagnosis and discharge decisions are based on pathology test results


Over 50 million tests
performed annually at Innoquest


From birth to old age, everyone uses pathology

1 small sample can reveal millions of insights about you

Pathology testing process

Doctor sees patient and require additional information to conclusively diagnose illness.
Process 2
Patient’s specimen (blood, urine, stool, etc.) is taken for analysis at the laboratory.
The patient’s specimen is accompanied by the test request form to be sent to the lab.
The patient’s specimen is picked up by the lab courier to be brought back to the lab.
The patient’s requested test/s is entered into the laboratory information system (LIS). The specimen is bar-coded for identification at the lab.
Depending on the test requested, the specimen is sent to the different departments for analysis.
A laboratory report is issued after test completion. Report will be sent to the doctor via our e-portal, electronically transmitted to the clinic CRM or through a physical hardcopy report delivered by our courier.
Doctor discusses the test results with patient and proposes the right treatment and patient care.