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SA Pathology, formerly known as the Institute of Medical and Veterinary Science, has a rich history spanning over 80 years in diagnostic pathology and research. Established in the late 1930s near the Royal Adelaide Hospital in South Australia, the organization was founded by Sir Trent Champion de Crespigny to combine laboratory services with pathology training and medical research. Over the years, SA Pathology has evolved to become a leading provider of pathology services in the public health sector, maintaining a strong focus on integrating pathology with clinical training and medical research.

SA Pathology plays a crucial role in delivering public health care in South Australia, with a strong emphasis on providing high-quality patient services and attracting research grants to stay competitive and relevant. The organization collaborates closely with researchers, research facilities, and clinical services to drive early implementation of cutting-edge diagnostics for identifying, treating, and preventing illnesses and diseases. With a comprehensive network of community collection centers and hospital-integrated laboratories, SA Pathology ensures timely results and specialist expertise to diagnose and manage diseases effectively.

As a statewide pathology provider, SA Pathology is recognized for its highest standards of medical testing and research, offering a complete diagnostic and clinical service to the South Australian population 24/7. With a focus on continuous improvement and investment in advanced technology, SA Pathology remains a quality benchmark for comprehensive pathology practice, supporting medical research and training to uphold public confidence in its services. Patients across South Australia trust SA Pathology for accessible, timely, and accurate pathology services, making it a preferred choice for their diagnostic needs.