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About Australian Clinical Labs

Australian Clinical Labs (Clinical Labs) is a leading provider of pathology services in Australia. Our 90 NATA accredited laboratories perform more than 6 million episodes each year for a range of clients including doctors, specialists, patients, hospitals and corporate clients. Clinical Labs services more than 92 private and 8 public hospitals. In fact, we are the largest provider of pathology services to public hospitals in Australia and a trusted provider of choice to some of Australia’s leading private hospital groups.

Clinical Labs is a leader in traditional molecular testing and new technologies. Our investment in science and technology has enabled us to reshape traditional pathology with innovations in precision and personalised medicines.

We support doctors, specialists and hospitals through innovative apps and technology built especially to help manage patients' health, quickly and efficiently while maintaining confidentiality.

Harmony Prenatal Testing

Harmony is a non-invasive pre-natal test which is analysed from a simple blood sample during pregnancy from week 10 onwards.

The basic principle of prenatal screening is to offer a safe, accessible and accurate test to ALL pregnant women in order to identify those women with an increased likelihood of having a baby with a chromosomal aneuploidy that can cause birth defects and mental retardation such as Down Syndrome (Trisomy 21), Edwards Syndrome (Trisomy 18) or Patau Syndrome (Trisomy 13).

Australian Clinical Labs is NATA accredited for the Harmony Non-Invasive Prenatal Testing/Screening (NIPT/NIPS), performed at our Clayton Laboratory in Melbourne which allows for high accuracy and quick result turn-around times.

National Cervical Screening Program

A Healthier Future for Australian Women is on the way.

From December 2017, a new National Cervical Screening Program is to be implemented, which will change the way Australian women are screened for cervical cancer.

Under the new guidelines, a sample of cells is collected from the cervix and placed into a liquid based specimen vial, which will be analysed to identify the presence of HPV viral DNA at the molecular level.

To find out more or watch our webinar click below.

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