Clinical Pathology Laboratories
Clinical Pathology Laboratories, Inc. (CPL) has served the medical community for over sixty years. Over 1850 employees work at our 100,000 square foot main laboratory facility and at our remote laboratory operations located across the Southwest. CPL has adopted a pathology-involved philosophical approach for each market served. That is, CPL has affiliated with over 150 pathologists throughout the Southwest. The Clinical Pathology Laboratories-affiliate pathologist strategy allows CPL to provide a seamless operation, offering clients “Local” cytology/histology services combined with pathology directed clinical testing. CPL believes that it is better positioned to offer clients the cost efficiencies available through a large independent laboratory while sustaining the continuum of care of local pathology. CPL selected the current pathology affiliates based on proven leadership within their respective medical communities.
Commit to Service Excellence
Willingly to serve all those with whom we deal; with
Treat each other with Respect & Honesty
To grow a workplace where trust, team spirit, and
equity are an integral part of everything we do.
Demonstrate Responsibility & Accountability
To set an example, to take ownership of each situation
to the best of our ability, and to seek help when needed.
Be Enthusiastic about Continuous Improvement
To never be complacent, to recognize limitations and
opportunities for ourselves and processes; and to learn
To keep all information pertaining to patients, as well
as professional and commercial issues, in strict
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