Physician specialty practices and surgery centers depend on the Clinical Pathology Associates lab and physician practice for fast, accurate results and diagnostic skill and expertise.
Our clients don’t worry about pathology because we take care of it.
- Accuracy and speed.
CPA delivers cost-effective, accurate, and timely diagnostic information for patients and is a trusted, responsive, and collaborative member of the clinical care team.
- Single-source expertise. CPA reduces reliance on outside clinicians for second opinions and consultation on complex cases. Having access to multiple subspecialties within our practice means our clients save time and money.
- Integration with EMR. Expect efficiency and streamlined operations through easily integrated EMR systems.
The CPA Value
Our private, physician-owned practice prioritizes having a deep network of subspecialty pathologists within our single practice. Our pathology practice has a breadth and depth of specialties/subspecialties represented that are rarely seen outside of a large academic medical center. We have more than 50 board-certified specialty and subspecialty pathologists, representing the fields of pediatric pathology, oncologic pathology, breast and gynecologic pathology, urologic pathology, transfusion medicine, hematopathology, neuropathology, and dermatopathology.
- Single-source expertise. Reduces the need for our clients to rely on outside vendors for second opinions and consultation on complex cases. Having access to multiple subspecialties within our practice means our clients save time and money.
99 percent of CPA’s pathology cases are handled internally by our practice.
- Collaboration and consultation. Our pathologists have immediate access to their CPA colleagues for consultation. Using digital pathology, our pathologists can immediately share slides with their colleagues in a wide range of specialties and subspecialties for consultation. We also share cases with each other for professional education and advancement so our physicians are continually updating their knowledge of new testing, technology, and disease categorization and staging.