Hospital Pathology Services


Incyte Diagnostics Helps Hospitals Effectively Meet Today's Challenges and Prepare for Tomorrow's Opportunities

Incyte Diagnostics has partnered with Pacific Northwest hospitals, clinics and physicians’ offices for over 50 years. Our medical directors come from the nation’s leading medical institutions, and are licensed and board certified in both anatomic and clinical pathology. These certifications allow our pathologists to provide services to hospital laboratories licensed by The Joint Commission (TJC), College of American Pathologists (CAP), and the Washington State Department of Health.

Incyte’s team of medical directors currently serve over 30 hospitals (listed below), creating a network of streamlined services that allow us to develop and share best practices. Proven protocols include staff training, laboratory competency assessments, policy and procedure review, and tracking continuous quality improvement (CQI), all focused on improving the efficiency and performance of your hospital laboratory.

Incyte’s patient and physician satisfaction rating is over 99%. 

Description of Duties of Laboratory Medical Director:  The laboratory medical director is a board-certified pathologist with broad knowledge in both clinical laboratory science and clinical medicine.  The medical director's duties and responsibilities include the following:

  • Provide administrative leadership in laboratory test and equipment selection, result reporting, staffing, budgeting and strategic planning.
  • Define, implement and monitor standards of performance through the laboratory quality control and quality improvement programs.
  • Interpret the medical significance of test results and provide consultations to clinicians and staff. Advise clinicians on the cost-effective use of laboratory data.
  • Ensure that the laboratory is staffed with a sufficient number of qualified personnel, and provide for their ongoing education and safety.
  • Be the "face of the laboratory" in working with regulatory agencies, medical leadership, reference laboratories, other hospital departments and the community at large.