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St John of God Pathology is
Australia's leading not-for-profit pathology provider.
Pathology is a complex discipline and invaluable to almost every
area of medicine. St John of God Pathology works hand-in-hand
with general practitioners and specialists who rely on pathology
tests to help diagnose their patient.
Across Australia, we operate 19 NATA accredited laboratories and
employ more than 1,200 pathologists, scientists, technicians and
staff who worke to deliver fast, accurate results.
Each year we perform more than 2.1 million episodes. We service
more than 50 public and private hospitals and 24,000 doctors and
specialists across Victoria and Western Australia. Our laboratories
are supported by more than 170 collection
centres and an extensive courier network.
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From regular education sessions to 24 hour access to our team of
pathologists, St John of God Pathology provides a range of
resources for health professionals.
Results:1300 367 674 (Western
1800 676 823 (Victoria)
As Australia’s largest not-for-profit pathology provider we
exist for communities not shareholders. Our surpluses are
reinvested into research and into improving the health and
wellbeing of people in need.
The fees for pathology servicesvary depending on a number of
Pay your invoice A range of convenient
payment options are available.
About pathology billing and account enquiries.
St John of God Pathology provides exciting career opportunities
across a range of roles.
Are you skilled, highly motivated and want to succeed?
Why not start a healthy career with us?
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As a part of International Nurses Day celebrations, St John of God Health Care has opened up its nursing history to reveal the changes particularly at two of its key training institutes in Ballarat and Subiaco.
Each year on 12 May we celebrate International Nurses Day to commemorate the anniversary of the birth of Florence Nightingale and to recognise the contribution that nurses make to people’s health and wellbeing.
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