LAB SERVICES

CONTACT: (608) 742-4131

 

Divine Savior Healthcare maintains a full-service Laboratory performing clinical analysis on blood and body fluids. We provide much of the clinical data used by physicians to diagnose and treat our patients. The lab is under the direction of a board-certified Anatomic and Clinical Pathologist and is staffed by registered lab professionals. The staff is committed to quality service.

The Divine Savior Healthcare's laboratory is fully accredited by JCAHO and holds a CLIA certificate. Our technologists and technicians perform a variety of analyses on state-of-the-art instrumentation in urinalysis, bacteriology, transfusion services, hematology, chemistry, immunology, coagulation, toxicology and blood gases.

Our department offers customer and analytical service 24-hours a day. Direct reporting of clinical lab data is distributed via internet, intranet, printer, courier or fax.

Accepting orders from community and out-of-town providers, specimen collection is available through Divine Savior’s Outpatient Services Center.

Our acute care services include arterial blood gasses, transfusion services, emergency department testing and other STAT testing. In addition to routine in-patient and ambulatory service, we also provide lab results for all of Divine Savior’s community health and cholesterol screens. We also offer venous, arterial, line, port and pediatric collections.

 
 

Woman looking through a telescope

 
LAB HOURS

7 a.m.-7 p.m. Monday through Friday

9-11 a.m. and 1-3 p.m. Saturday

9-11 a.m. Sunday

Computer vision syndrome (CVS) or digital eye strainComputer Vision Syndrome

Computer vision syndrome (CVS) or digital eye strain, can affect anyone who spends three or more hours a day in front of a computer, tablet, e-reader or cell phone.  Many individuals are at risk, including those who “cannot work without a computer.”  And that’s not counting the millions of children, adolescents and adults who spend many hours a day playing screen-based games or using e-readers.  The average American worker spends seven hours a day on the computer, either in the office or working from home.

 

CVS PROBLEMS & SOLUTIONS