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 East Suffolk North Essex Foundation Trust (ESNEFT)

Pathology Service

Those working in pathology (the study of disease) investigate the causes of illness and how it progresses, carry out tests on tissue, blood and other samples from patients. They play a crucial role in the diagnosis of illness by helping doctors choose the best type of treatment for patients, and monitoring its effectiveness.

ESNEFT consists of nine departments:

We process over one million tests per year serving 1.5 million people across East Suffolk and North Essex via two hospitals, multiple GP practices and healthcare centres.

All our laboratories use state-of-the-art, cutting edge technology and are supported by an integrated IT network.

 

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01 Oct 2021

ESNEFT Microbiology Service Improvement

NEE – Boric Acid Sarstedt Urine Monovette™ Roll-out ESNEFT are continually reviewing and improving the quality of their service by increasing the speed and accuracy with which they can process samples and return results to GPs and patients.  A number of changes have recently been undertaken with the urinalysis workflow in Microbiology.  For the final […]

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01 Oct 2021

Pathology Service Desk Girls set to run the virtual London Marathon.

Tammy and Emma are taking on the gruelling 26.2 Miles of Virgin virtual London Marathon taking place 3rd October, as you can imagine this is a mighty task and takes many weeks of training and preparing both physically and mentally for the event. Emma is brand new to running but has already adapted to the […]

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24 Feb 2021

ESNEFT Pathology has launched a new Customer Service Desk

New Service opened on 1st March!

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06 Jul 2020

Self-service antibody testing system hailed a success

More than 20,000 patients and frontline workers have been checked for COVID-19 antibodies in less than six weeks.

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