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At The Urology Group, an important part of patient care happens in a place that patients rarely see: the pathology lab.
Physicians order biopsies, urinalyses or blood tests to confirm their observations or to learn more about a patient’s condition. The results allow physicians to more accurately assess the patient and determine the appropriate steps for treatment.
At The Urology Group, we have the only in-house lab in the Greater Cincinnati area dedicated to urologic and prosate tissue analysis and biopsies. The lab plays an important role in patient care – even though it’s typically behind the scenes.
As a patient, you can trust the performance of our lab, because we:
Most importantly, we provide fast, accurate results, which means patients and their families spend less time waiting anxiously for news. For physicians and staff, quicker test results mean they get a faster start on evaluating treatment options and determining the best course of action with patients.
The lab serves as a partner in the multi-disciplinary team approach to patient care, working with physicians, specialists, nurses and staff to create an optimal treatment plan.
We’re proud of our achievements to date, which position us as a healthcare leader with a growing national reputation. We remain committed to the highest standards in the industry, to provide the highest quality patient care.
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