Health Network Laboratories
Headquartered in Allentown, Pa., Health Network Laboratories (HNL) is a leading multiregional, full-service medical laboratory providing testing and related services to physician offices, hospitals, long-term care facilities, employers and industrial accounts.
HNL has been providing laboratory services for 35 years, 20 of which have been as an independent laboratory. The lab operates 24/7, 365 days a year and offers a full complement of clinical laboratory and anatomic pathology services, including highly-specialized esoteric testing such as molecular diagnostics, flow cytometry, toxicology and immunohistochemistry (IHC) testing and currently performs in-house testing on more than 99 percent of all specimens received in the laboratory. HNL performs tests on 70 million samples on an annual basis, fields over 60,000 combined incoming and outgoing calls per month. Its staff of over 1,000 includes 35 board-certified pathologists and scientific directors and more than 400 certified lab scientists and phlebotomists working together to provide high-quality, advanced diagnostic testing.
Patients access our services through our Patient Service Centers. We have more than 60 convenient locations throughout central and eastern Pennsylvania and New Jersey. Our Patient Service Centers are:
Our mission is what guides us every day.
Health Network Laboratories will be the regional leader in laboratory medicine providing high quality, courteous, and responsive service to our customers. Our staff of dedicated professionals works to ensure accurate, expert, cost-effective, and timely clinical information for the treatment and medical management of patients.
Our commitment is quality in everything we do. This can only be achieved if all employees and clinicians strive to provide services that conform to clearly stated requirements.
Employees and clinicians are dedicated to continuous improvement in the way work is performed. Our attitude shall embrace the concepts of "Conformance to requirements", "Prevention", "No error is acceptable", and "Do it right the first time".