Know Who We Are

There are eight community hospitals and regional medical centers in the Piedmont Pathology network. We also serve practices along the South Eastern US.

We offer a full range of Diagnostic Anatomic Pathology services including Diagnostic Immunohistochemistry, Molecular and Cytology services. We also serve as a regional reference laboratory for Diagnostic Immunohistochemistry and Molecular services.

Our medical staff has a combined experience of over 323 years of clinical practice and represents subspecialty expertise, training or certification in Cytopathology, Gastrointestinal Pathology, Gynecologic and Cervical Pathology, Dermatopathology, Hematopathology and Surgical Pathology.

Piedmont Pathology Laboratory has achieved the highest accreditation standards set by the College of American Pathologists. In addition, our medical staff serves as inspectors for the College of American Pathologists (CAP) to evaluate the competence of other hospitals and private laboratories to determine their qualifications for CLIA and CAP certification.

Our interest in the continuum of quality care for our patients and physician clients, has led us to establish a regional electronic medical record for pathology which allows us, as a matter of routine, to correlate previous and current Cytologic and Surgical Pathology samples. The regions served by Piedmont Pathology have been identified as having one of the lowest rates of invasive cervical cancer in the nation.

Our commitment to quality patient care and rapid reporting is exemplified by our 95 percent 48 hour reporting schedule.

Let us show you the difference Piedmont Pathology can make for your patients.

Our Privacy Policy

This Statement sets out the Piedmont Pathology Associates Inc. (PPA) policies relating to the collection and use of personal information. Personal information is information about you which identifies you.

Your personal information is important to us:

PPA recognizes that your privacy is very important to you and that you have a right to control your personal information as determined by the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA). We know that providing personal information is an act of trust and we take that seriously. Unless you give us explicit consent to act otherwise, the following policy will govern how PPA handles your personal information and safeguards your privacy. PPA is committed to protecting your personal information and giving you choice in who can use your personal information and how it can be used. PPA believes that its privacy policy not only complies with relevant laws but also represents best practice.

Collecting personal information about you:

If you are a patient, we collect personal information about you from your healthcare provider(s) in order to provide you with the full benefit of healthcare. Once you are a patient, we maintain a health care record for you and that record is kept inaccessible to the public.

Using and disclosing your personal information:

  • Required by law.
  • Requests from Physicians, nurses, and other health care professionals who provide you with healthcare services for treatment.
  • We believe it necessary to provide you with a service that you have requested. An Example would be your results sent to a Worker's Compensation Agent.
  • To implement our terms of use.
  • To lessen a serious threat to a person's health or safety
  • In order to provide some services to patients, PPA may be required to provide patient's contact to certain Business associates. For example, we may use another billing company to conduct our billing, collections, etc.

If any patient does not want their contact details passed on to third parties for the purposes of health care, please contact our office.